Labor of Law: #MeToo Investigation Strategies | NLRB Ethics Flap | Plus: Who Got the Work

Posted March 29th, 2018.

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We look at what’s next for the National Labor Relations Board member accused of an ethics violation and address how to wade through new territory in sexual harassment investigations. Scroll down to see who got the work in Uber, Tesla and Wells Fargo cases.

By Erin Mulvaney

Welcome to Labor of Law. We look at what’s next for the National Labor Relations Board member accused of an ethics violation and address how to wade through new territory in sexual harassment investigations. Scroll down to see who got the work in Uber, Tesla and Wells Fargo cases.

Chadbourne lauds efforts by its own accuser in settled sex bias case. The firm, now part of Norton Rose Fulbright, said ex-partner Kerrie Campbell “contributed to important ongoing dialogue within the profession about gender issues” by suing the firm for $100 million. [The New York Law Journal]

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