Partner Linda Miller Savitt received a defense arbitration award in September 2008 in the case Lowell Sanders v. Sempra Energy Corporation. Mr. Sanders had been terminated in 2005 and claimed he had been a “whistleblower” on safety issues. The court found that he was not terminated in retaliation for whistleblowing and that there had been no safety violations committed by Sempra.

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