Special Report: Employment Law
When asked to predict the next big thing in employment law, Orrick's Lynne Hermle says "gender discrimination is going to stay hot" and expects to see more employment lawyers in the lateral market. David Lowe of Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe predicts "global mobility" will be a big deal. Interviews with each are featured in these pages, along with insights from other top practitioners focused on the most pressing issues in labor and employment law.
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