California Employment Law Updates: All You Need to Know for 2020
A New Decade Ushers In Major Changes To California’s Already Convoluted Employment Law Landscape Employers face an ever-changing landscape in complying with California Law. 2020 brings a multitude of changes for California employers from extending the statute of limitations on FEHA claims, to prohibiting certain terms in settlement agreements. Below is a summary of some […]
O’Hagan Meyer Grows A&E Practice with the Addition of Four New Attorneys
O’Hagan Meyer is pleased to announce the addition of four new trial attorneys to its Chicago office. The group is led by Eric Stubenvoll and Katherine Jones, and also includes Christina McClernon, and Meghan Daley. Accompanying the group are paralegal and support staff members Mimi Muench and Jennifer Dale. All join us from Kanaris, Stubenvoll & Heiss, P.C.
Defense Victory in Case with a $50 Million Demand
O’Hagan Meyer successfully concluded a two-week trial in Fulton County (Atlanta) state court. The case involved claims of wrongful death, personal injury and punitive damages involving the claimed failure of a medical oxygen regulator. The case revolved around the delayed death of an 18 month old child who was flown to Atlanta on a med-flight in July, 2012 for an emergency procedure at Children’s Hospital.
Charlie Meyer chairs the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Conference on Veterans & Military Affairs
Watch our very own Charlie Meyer as he proudly hosts the Virginia Chamber of Commerce Conference on Veterans & Military Affairs. This conference was crucial to bringing leaders together from across the Commonwealth who are committed to filling Virginia’s growing workforce demands with highly skilled veterans and military spouses. Increasing military spouse employment opportunities is […]
Albert Wins Precedent-Setting Delaware Decision Upholding Employer’s Placement of Departing Professional Employee on “Garden Leave”
O’Hagan Meyer’s Alan Albert has won a precedent-setting victory in Delaware’s Superior Court, upholding the decision of a medical practice employer to place a physician employee on “garden leave” during the final portion of a contractually-mandated six-month notice period for voluntary termination of employment.
Virginia Chamber of Commerce hosts the Chamber’s First Inaugural Military and Veterans Affairs Conference
Charlie Meyer, Chair of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, hosted the Chamber’s First Inaugural Military and Veterans Affairs Conference with Virginia’s Department of Veterans Services and more than 620 participants. As Virginia celebrates it’s recent ranking as the #1 state to do business in the country, the Virginia Chamber is equally proud to be working with DVS to make Virginia the best state in the country for our Veterans, Active Duty Military, and their spouses.
O’Hagan Meyer’s San Francisco Office Anchors in Sausalito
Sausalito sits at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, linking San Francisco to Marin County and the renowned Sonoma/Napa Valley wine country. Once known as a hub for rail and car ferry traffic before the Bridge was constructed, Sausalito’s yacht harbor became home to shipbuilders, houseboat communities and the Record Plant studio, where numerous platinum albums, including Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors and Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life were recorded during the height of San Francisco’s music scene.
Congratulations to O’Hagan Meyer’s 2020 Best Lawyers!
We are proud to announce our outstanding attorneys who have been recognized as 2020 Best Lawyers!
O’Hagan Meyer Announces Five New Attorneys
O’Hagan Meyer is pleased to announce the addition of five new attorneys to its Richmond, Virginia office. The group is led by partners Stephan (Hobie) Andrews and James Cosby, and includes James Walker, Sean Golden and Brandon Sieg. Accompanying the group are paralegal and support staff members Tracey Robinson and Katie Condyles. All of our additions join us from Vandeventer Black LLP.
Webinar: Navigating ERISA Litigation Best Practices for You and Your Defense Counsel
It goes without saying that ERISA is an enormously complex and detailed statute which governs our Nation’s private employment benefits system. Handling cases with ERISA claims, however, does not have to be overwhelming or complicated. At bottom, cases involving ERISA claims are grounded in the statute’s language, the applicable plan documents, and application of basic equity and fiduciary principles.