The civil-rights focused column expands on the evolution of women's rights over the last 100 years.
Glaser Weil entertainment litigation partner Jill Basinger and associate Michael Smith co-authored an article for The Hollywood Reporter on the unintended consequences of a new California law, which prohibits survivors from entering into NDAs after filing civil lawsuits.
"For Women in Big Law, Holidays Bring Work, Expectations and (Hopefully) Some Rest"
As we enter the age of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, our personal data matters more than ever. The IR Global Guide interviewed Glaser Weil partner, Aaron Allan and associate, Alexander Suarez regarding the future of data privacy and how data privacy laws in California are changing in response to GDPR.
Partner Julie R. F. Gerchik and Associate Michael Smith co-authored the article, "Are Customized Arbitration Provisions the Answer?," featured in the Daily Journal.
Chair of the Intellectual Property Department and co-chair of the Crisis Management & Response Department Lawerence M. Hadley and Associate Christopher McAndrew co-authored the article, "The Scourge Enveloping Silicon Valley: Trade Secret Theft," featured in the Daily Journal.
Partner and Intellectual Property Department Chair Lawrence M. Hadley and Associate Justin Thiele examine the ruling in the case VHT, Inc. v. Zillow Group, Inc.
Julie Gerchik and Makoa Kawabata, Partner and Associate in Glaser Weil's Litigation Department, co-authored the article, "Arbitration Snags And How To Unsnag Them."
This Law360 Expert Analysis piece investigates whether an arbitrator has the authority to expand the parties to an arbitration.
The Law360 article discusses gender discrimination allegations against the National Football League.