Helpful COVID-19 Guidance for Employers and a Message from O’Hagan Meyer
Due to the many unknown and developing variables and growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, O’Hagan Meyer would like to take the time to let you know that we are assessing the situation daily and following all Federal, State and Local guidelines. We have established protocols and policies to maintain operations at all our office locations as well as virtually.
Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession Conference – March 7, 2020
Tina Samuel-Priestley of our Charlotte office will serve as a panelist in the Mecklenburg County Bar’s “Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession” conference on March 7, 2020. The one-day conference is designed to encourage diverse students to explore a career in the legal profession. The event is highlighted by a keynote speech by Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, the first African-American woman to serve as Chief Justice of North Carolina’s highest court.
Kevin O’Hagan Discusses EPLI Claim Trends in Insurance Journal Magazine
Read what Kevin O’Hagan had to say about EPL Insurance trends at the 2019 Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) Conference, held in November in National Harbor, MD in this month’s Insurance Journal Magazine. He discusses the intricacies of bio-metric information, cannabis legalization, ADA and the internet and sexual harassment.
Join Us At Our Employment Law Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday, February 18th!
We will discuss several issues to help your business navigate the new laws in 2020, including: The Illinois Workplace Transparency Act Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training for Employers Updating Your Arbitration Agreements and Severance Agreements The Impact of the New IL Cannabis Laws on Employers New Privacy Laws like the Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act And […]
Franchising Your Business
In the second part of our three-part webinar series, join Jeff Rosin, Ari Stern and Eric Sigman as they discuss important topics in Franchise Law. You don’t want to miss it! Join here!
Don’t forget to join us for our “Defense Response to Running With the Bulls” where some of our all-star EPL attorneys will be covering defense strategies for use in response to the tactics to ensure the insurer is protected from bad faith exposure. The team will also discuss obligations of the insurers and state specific considerations […]
Cleaning Franchise Dispute Reflects Broader Debate in Gig Economy
Jeff Rosin has extensive experience with the commercial cleaning franchise industry and talks about how much good he’s seen over his many years of defending the industry.
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.