Judge Allows Jury to Resolve a Dispute: Pesce vs. NYPD

Sounds simple, right? Lawsuits start because two parties are in a dispute. That is the whole point. No one goes around suing somebody they agree with. That is why we have juries: to settle disputes and decide who is more likely telling the truth. But remarkably, many, many employment cases get thrown out of court [Read more]

Kathy Butler at the 25th Annual Advanced Employment Law Course

If a seminar is about Advanced Employment Law topics, it is not surprising when Katherine Butler is one of the speakers. Last month, the State Bar of Texas held its 25th Annual seminar on Advanced Employment Law up in Dallas. Kathy presented her paper, a 2016 Year in Review for federal employment law cases. The [Read more]

Kathy and Margie Speak at National Conference

Kathy and Margie were honored to be selected to speak and present papers at this year’s annual conference for the National Employment Lawyer’s Association (NELA). Hundreds of employment lawyers from across the country gathered in Atlanta to learn from one another and celebrate another year of advancing the cause of workplace rights. Out of 85 [Read more]