Epstein Becker Green attorneys are active in the law blogging “blawg” world. For insights, commentary, and conversation on a broad range of topics that affect your business, click below:
Commercial Litigation Update
Provides insightful and practical commentary and analysis on a wide range of timely litigation issues that affect businesses. Areas of interest include trends and developments in antitrust, contract, defamation and product disparagement, white collar, fraud, Lanham Act, merger, partnership and shareholder, securities, unfair competition, and business tort litigation; noteworthy developments in insurance coverage and reinsurance disputes involving commercial policyholders; and rapidly evolving COVID-19-related legal issues, such as new federal and state liability protections for businesses.
Health Law Advisor®
Delivers cutting-edge commentary on important legal issues affecting health care and life sciences institutions. Founded in 1973 as a health care “super boutique,” Epstein Becker Green represents clients nationally across the health care and life sciences spectrum. As one of the nation’s premier law firms in the health law field, we are at the forefront of addressing the unique challenges and opportunities that the health care and life sciences industries face.
Keeps employers abreast of new developments and trends in labor relations, including union organizing, collective bargaining and negotiations, and the administration of collective bargaining agreements.
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Covers news and analysis of decisions, events, and important developments in the law regarding trade secrets, unfair competition, confidential information, restrictive covenants, and employee mobility.
Wage & Hour Defense
Presents news, analysis, and discussions of key developments in wage and hour law that affect businesses throughout the country, including court decisions, new and proposed legislation, and trends in wage and hour class actions, collective actions, and enforcement.
Tracks cutting-edge issues, such as sexual harassment, diversity and inclusion, pay equity, artificial intelligence in the workplace, cybersecurity, international employment law, and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on human resources. While individual posts will often address such issues in industry-specific contexts, this broader resource will give employers in all industries the benefit of discussions and information that might not have come to their attention through previous single-industry platforms.