William J. Milani, a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s New York office, was quoted in Corporate Counsel, in “Uber Can ‘Draw Line in the Sand’ by Releasing Eric Holder’s Investigation,” by Stephanie Forshee, David Ruiz and Jennifer Williams-Alvarez.
Following is an excerpt:
William Milani, a partner at Epstein Becker & Green, in New York, said employers must consider confidentiality and non-retaliation policies to be top priorities when faced with whether to publish an internal investigation.
If a lengthy report with potentially identifiable information does get released, Milani noted, “there will be a lot of speculation of who might have said what,” which could “chill employees in the future from raising issues.”
Related reading: Inside Counsel, “Uber Can ‘Draw Line in the Sand’ by Releasing Eric Holder’s Investigation,” by Stephanie Forshee.