Carr Maloney Member Jan Simonsen is the featured interview for Law 360’s Rainmaker series. The interview outlines many of the successful strategies Ms. Simonsen uses to understand and represent her clients through the legal landscape. Read the full story at Law 360
On Thursday, August 29, Carr Maloney Member Tom McCally and Walgreens Director of Loss Prevention Steve Kroloff will discuss the EEOC’s guidelines on background checks and provide two different perspectives on their application. Don’t miss this opportunity to get ahead in employment. Register today>>
Jim Steele and Andrew Williamson recently published an article in Insurance Journal on the recent Maryland case in which the Court of Appeals retained contributory negligence and declined to replace it with comparative negligence. Read the full article here >>
In recent reportage in Law360, Carr Maloney Member Jan Simonsen is quoted in the article; “Limiting Food Liability Starts At Product’s Birth, Attys Say” which covers the recent presentation Ms. Simonsen presented at a recent food litigation conference. Read the article >>
Carr Maloney member Jim Steele was published in Inside Counsel. His article on June 6, 2013, “Maryland court rules that jury must know identity of insurance carrier” discusses Maryland’s intermediate appellate court, the Court of Special Appeals, ruling that that an insurance company’s identity must be disclosed to a jury in a breach of contract case arising out […]
Carr Maloney member Jim Steele was published in Inside Counsel. His article on May 32, 2013, “Litigation: Around the horn with the motion in limine” discusses many of the ways that Limine can be useful in upcoming trials.
Carr Maloney member Jim Steele was published in Inside Counsel. His article on May. 9, 2013, Litigation: Rule 68 offers of judgment—A matter of clarity discusses Rule 68 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. A rule that is designed to encourage settlement and avoid litigation and its associated costs.
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, Tom McCally gave a presentation about the new developments and trends in employment law to the Association of Legal Administrators during their annual conference. Tom spoke about a variety of timely issues including the EEOC’s crackdown on background checks, the increasingly active NLRB, social media, the expansion of Title VII […]
Carr Maloney member Tina M. Maiolo was published in Inside Counsel. Her article on April 8, 2013, “Labor: The Supreme Court’s considers who qualifies as a supervisor under federal anti-discrimination laws” discussed a recent lower court’s definition of supervisor as only someone who can “hire” and “fire”.
Dennis Quinn is quoted in Westlaw Journal’s computer and internet newsletter. His comments about Hunter v. Virginia State Bar ex rel. are connected to the lede story of the newsletter. Read the quote here.