• Fellow Lynne Bernabei participated in a roundtable discussion on PBS News Hour about sexual harassment. Read the transcript here.
  • Fellow Mark A. Carter was named Committee Chair of the Human Resources committee of the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

  • Fellow J. Bruce Cross addressed the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce and spoke about policies for medical marijuana use in the workplace.

  • An opinion piece by Fellow Samuel Estreicher appeared in the Malay Mail Online.

  • Fellow Stuart M. Israel is the author of Taking and Defending Depositions—Second Edition (American Law Institute CLE 2017) and the co-author, with Professor Peter T. Hoffman, of Effective Discovery (National Institute for Trial Advocacy 2017). The first edition of Israel’s deposition book was an ALI-ABA best seller. Israel and Fellow Barry Goldman are the co-authors of Opinions—Essays on Lawyering, Litigation and Arbitration, the Placebo Effect, Chutzpah, and Related Matters (Amazon Createspace 2016), with a foreword by Emeritus Fellow Theodore J. St. Antoine.

  • Fellow James V. Meath was one of twenty-six lawyers who have been on the Virginia Business Legal Elite list every year since its inception in 2000 in collaboration with the Virginia Bar Association.

  • Fellow Nancy Morrison O’Connor, a retired partner of the law firm Bracewell LLP and an adjunct professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School, recently accepted the General Counsel position at the Catholic University of America.

  • Fellow Jeff Scott Olson was featured in a profile in Madison Magazine. Read the full article at https://www.channel3000.com/madison-magazine/city-life/jeff-scott-olson-a-civil-rights-crusader/660033303.

  • Fellow Dennis M. Devaney was nominated by President Donald Trump to serve on the US International Trade Commission for a term expiring in 2023.

  • Fellow Lauren Simon Irwin was listed as the local litigation star in Benchmark Litigation for 2018.

  • Fellows Therese Lawless and her sister Barbara Lawless had an article about their exceptional work fighting sex discrimination published in The Guardian. The article can be viewed here.

  • Fellow Anne Marie Lofaso published an article in the West Virginia Law Review titled "Groomed for Exploitation! How Applying the Statutory Definition of Employee to Cover Division I-A College Football Players Disrupts the Student-Athlete Myth" that explores the exploitation of student-athletes by the schools they represent and presents insightful points on how many of these students have technically earned qualification for employee benefits.

  • Fellow Don Slesnick got some much needed assistance from his granddaughters Olivia and Julia as he cleaned up his Coral Gables home after Hurricane Irma. Thankfully, Don and his wife Jeannett did not sustain any serious damage.

  • Fellow Sharon Stiller has partnered with design firm Abigail Riggs and the National Women’s Hall of Fame to create a commemorative scarf that went on sale at the induction ceremony on September 16 to help raise money for the organization in Seneca Falls, NY.

  • Fellow Peter Zinober was honored with the Tampa Bay Businesses for the Culture and Arts 2017 IMPACT Award, which honors Tampa Bay’s business and community leaders and arts supporters for their extraordinary contributions to culture and the arts.