David W. Garland, a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor, and Workforce Management practice and Chair of the firm’s National Labor and Employment Steering Committee, was quoted in HR Magazine, in “How to Find a Trustworthy Employment Attorney,” by Allen Smith.
Following is an excerpt:
If you’ve decided the time has come to make a change, you have a number of options. A transition to different representation within the same firm on a case-by-case basis is one possibility. “It’s a rare lawyer who has the breadth to address all of a client’s employment issues,” notes David Garland, an attorney with Epstein Becker Green in New York City and Newark, N.J. “For example, is someone needed to assist in an investigation being conducted by an agency where experience with the agency or particular investigator would be helpful?” he asks. “In order to respond to a lawsuit, would it be helpful to retain a litigator who has had experience with the employee’s lawyer or the particular court where the case has been brought? These are important questions to ask.”