For many, the topic of workplace violence may, understandably, exclusively invoke thoughts of the types of mass shootings and other employee-on-employee violence that commands the most extensive media coverage. Financial services employers, though, like employers in other significantly public-facing industries, must address a broader array of concerns—ranging from threating behavior by clients, to domestic abuse
In the financial services industry, investigations by the government or self-regulatory organizations are commonplace, and because they inevitably involve employee conduct (or misconduct), there is frequently an internal employment-related investigatory component. With potential financial liability and reputational harm ever-present, the strength of a company’s investigatory process is critical.
In a recent video webinar, John F.
Our colleague Amanda M. Gomez
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Additionally, employers that can…
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 – Downtown Dinner Program
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 – Repeat Suburban Lunch Program
Join our colleagues Lauri Rasnick, Kevin Ryan, and Peter Steinmeyer for an interactive panel discussion which will provide insights into recent developments and expected trends in the evolving legal landscape of trade secret and non-competition law.…
Epstein Becker Green and The ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) have released a new issue of the Benefits Litigation Update.
Featured articles include:
Recent Supreme Court Decisions Revise Rules for Stock Drop Cases
By: Debra Davis, The ERISA Industry Committee
Hobby Lobby and the Questions Left Unanswered
By: John Houston Pope
Post-Amara Landscape Continues…
Epstein Becker Green is pleased to announce the availability of a Wage and Hour Division Investigation Checklist, which provides financial services employers with valuable information about wage and hour investigations and audits conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Like EBG’s first-of-its kind Wage and Hour App, which provides detailed information about…