Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP attorney Kate Swearengen is quoted in two Daily Labor Report articles entitled “Trump’s Top Lawyer Seeking Pro-Union Findings to Overturn” and “Challenges to Union Fees Made Easier by Top NLRB Lawyer.”

May 7, 2019

Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP attorney Kate Swearengen is quoted in two Daily Labor Report articles about the NLRB General Counsel’s scrutiny of alleged union wrongdoing and union fees.  The articles are entitled “Trump’s Top Labor Lawyer Seeking Pro-Union Findings to Overturn” and “Challenges to Union Fees Made Easier by Top NLRB Lawyer.”  Links to the articles can be found here: Trump’s Top Labor… Challenges….

Stephen B. Moldof will serve as moderator and speaker at the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section’s International Labor & Employment Law Committee Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina

May 7, 2019

Stephen B. Moldof will serve as moderator and speaker at the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section’s International Labor & Employment Law Committee Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 7, 2019.  The panel, titled “The Gig Economy: How Labor and Employment Law is Adapting to the New Worker,” will focus on the application of employment and labor laws around the world to alternative work arrangements.

Stephen B. Moldof participates in a panel at the American Bar Association Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law in Coral Gables, FL on Precarious Employees

April 3-6, 2019

Stephen B. Moldof participated in a panel at the ABA National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law in Coral Gables, Florida on April 5, 2019.  The session, titled “Precarious Workers: Will the U.S. Follow Europe’s Lead?”, focused on why foreign jurisdictions have taken the lead in dealing with the rights of precarious/atypical employees and on laws and new relationships forged by labor unions in the U.S. and the European Union to afford these workers’ rights and protections.

Kate Swearengen’s article on “Understanding Cultural Differences of Working Class and Professional Americans” published in the winter issue of the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law Newsletter

April 4, 2019

Kate Swearengen pens article for the winter issue of the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law Newsletter, “Understanding Cultural Differences of Working Class and Professional Americans.”  The article discusses the need for greater understanding of the cultural divide between urban professionals and non-urban working people.

A copy of the article is reprinted here with permission.

Kate M. Swearengen presents at the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section, Committee on the Development of the Law Under the NLRA’s 2019 Midwinter Meeting in Santa Monica, California

February 26, 2019

Kate M. Swearengen will present at the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section, Committee on the Development of the Law Under the NLRA’s Midwinter Meeting in Santa Monica, California on February 26, 2019.  She and her co-presenter, former National Labor Relations Board member Harry I. Johnson, III, will discuss their tips for practitioners handling National Labor Relations Act discrimination/retaliation cases in a presentation titled “Whose Burden is it Anyway?  East End Bus Lines and the Nexus Element under Wright Line.”

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