Jackson Lewis P.C.
Omaha, Nebraska OfficeView all offices
10050 Regency Circle, Suite 400
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About this office:
Founded in 1958, Jackson Lewis is dedicated to representing management exclusively in workplace law. With 800 attorneys practicing in major locations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Jackson Lewis is included in the AmLaw 100 and Global 100 rankings of law firms. The firm's wide range of specialized areas of practice provides the resources to address every aspect of the employer/employee relationship. Jackson Lewis has one of the most active employment litigation practices in the world, with a current caseload of over 6,500 litigations and approximately 650 class actions. Jackson Lewis is a founding member of L&E Global Employers' Counsel Worldwide, an alliance of premier employment law boutique firms and practices in Europe, North America, and the Asia Pacific Region.
Additional information about the firm can be found at www.jacksonlewis.com.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Affirmative Action and OFCCP Planning and Counseling; Corporate Diversity Counseling; Disability, Leave and Health Management; Employee Benefits including Complex ERISA Litigation and Executive Compensation; Global Immigration; Labor, including Preventive Practices; Litigation including Class Actions and e-Discovery; Non-Competes and Protection Against Unfair Competition; Wage and Hour Compliance; Workplace Safety Compliance.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Voters Pass Minimum Wage Initiatives in Alaska, Arkansas, Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota
Paul DeCamp,Richard I. Greenberg,Jacqueline F. Langland,Kenneth M. Wentz, November 28, 2014
Alaska, Arkansas, Illinois, Nebraska, and South Dakota voters have passed minimum wage ballot measures. In all of these states, except for Illinois, the state minimum wage will increase on January 1, 2015.
Labor Board Declines to Overrule Favorable Union Beck Notice Precedent
Howard M. Bloom,Chad P. Richter,Philip B. Rosen, September 25, 2014
A union fulfilled its “Beck” notice obligations to a new employee even though it failed to disclose the “reduced fees and dues” for which the employee would be responsible by refusing to become a member under a union security clause at the same time it first informed the...
Year Established: 1958