Robert P. Lewis and Gregory (Greg) Keating, Members of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s New York and Boston offices, respectively, were featured in Law360 Employment Authority, in “Employment Hires You May Have Missed in the 1st Quarter,” by Amanda Ottaway. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

Epstein Becker Green has tapped two members for the employment, labor and workforce management practices in its Boston and New York offices, the firm announced in January.

Robert Lewis, who came to Epstein Becker's Big Apple outpost from Baker McKenzie, is a specialist in international employment disputes, having defended employers based in Germany, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, his new firm said.

"As employment law issues have become increasingly more nuanced and challenging for multinational companies to navigate, I am thrilled to join a firm with such exceptional and focused employment law capabilities," Lewis said in a statement.

Gregory Keating, previously at Choate Hall & Stewart LLP and now at Epstein Becker's Boston office, is a whistleblower defense ace, having previously served on the Department of Labor's Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee and given Senate testimony on the issue.

"I am excited to couple my experience with my new colleagues for the benefit of our clients who now more than ever are seeking counsel from experienced legal advisors," Keating said in a statement.

The firm announced Lewis' addition Jan. 12 and Keating's on Jan. 27.

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