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Re-Opening After Covid-19: What Nonprofits Need to Know about Reasonable Accommodation of Employees with Disabilities

On March 19, 2021 by Schnader

Lisa M. Brauner published an article on Blue Avocado, “Re-Opening After Covid-19: What Nonprofits Need to Know about Reasonable Accommodation of Employees with Disabilities.” Blue Avocado is an online magazine and monthly newsletter for nonprofit leaders. Although the number of Covid-19 cases varies throughout the United States, nonprofit leaders are […]

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Developing Alternative Skills with a Purpose

On March 15, 2021 by Schnader

Jay Evans published an article, “Developing Alternative Skills with a Purpose,” in the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) In-House Defense Quarterly (Winter 2021). Evans is a member of DRI’s Appellate Advocacy Committee and Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Committee. DRI is the leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel. He […]

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Moving From a Career in Government to Private Practice

On March 11, 2021 by Schnader

Randall P. Hsia published an article, “Moving From a Career in Government to Private Practice,” in The Legal Intelligencer. Hsia co-chairs the Criminal Defense Practice Group and the Internal Investigations, Ethics and Compliance Practice Group. He wrote: “A little over two years ago, after serving for almost 17 years in […]

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Amicus Curiae

On February 12, 2021 by Schnader

Robert J. Williams authored, “Amicus Curiae” in the Winter 2021 issue of The Binder, a publication of the Aviation Insurance Association (AIA). Mr. Williams provided an update on amicus curiae briefs filed by the AIA and explained the standards the AIA adopted for evaluating requests for amicus briefs. Mr. Williams […]

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