Webb & Tyler LLP
Size of Organization: 217
Year Established: 1919Web Site: http://www.pbwt.com
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Founded in 1919, Patterson Belknap is a law firm of over 200 lawyers delivering a full range of services across more than 20 practice groups in both litigation and commercial law. Our practice groups and attorneys are regularly ranked among the leaders in New York and nationally by the most respected industry guides, based on client and peer reviews. Clients include a diverse group of institutions and individuals: from pharmaceutical and medical device companies to major media and publishing empires; from consumer products companies to financial institutions; from fine art museums to famous entertainers; from foreign companies seeking to transact business on U.S. stock exchanges to U.S. companies doing business abroad. For more information about Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, please visit www.pbwt.com.
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Credit Checks on the Chopping Block: NYC Restricts Credit Inquiries During Hiring
Krista D. Adler,Lisa E. Cleary,Helen P. O'Reilly,Adam E. Pinto,Catherine A. Williams, May 20, 2015
Following a vote by the New York City Council on April 16 and a May 6 hearing held by Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Mayor yesterday signed a local law that limits the ability of employers in New York City to request credit-related information from current and potential employees. Among other things,...
Supreme Court Issues Decision on EEOC Conciliation in Mach Mining
Krista D. Adler,Lisa E. Cleary,Adam E. Pinto,Catherine A. Williams,Sam Alan Yospe, May 14, 2015
On April 29, 2015, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in Mach Mining, LLC v. EEOC, No. 13-1019, 575 U.S. --, 2015 U.S. Lexis 2984. In Mach Mining, the Court considered whether federal courts have the authority to review the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s...