Tracey E. Diamond is of counsel with Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Philadelphia office. Ms. Diamond practices in the areas of employment law, human resources counseling and employment litigation. She regularly counsels clients on workplace issues, provides harassment training, conducts internal investigations, drafts policies and procedures, negotiates employment ...
Tyler M. Paetkau has represented employers in labor and employment law matters for more than 25 years. He has handled numerous litigation cases and has extensive employment counseling experience. Tyler’s areas of practice include defending employers against claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, defamation, wage and ...
Tyler Grove is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. As part of the International Trade group, Tyler has experience in advising domestic and international clients on economic trade sanctions compliance and enforcement; advising companies in cross-border acquisitions on trade-related contractual provisions, due ...
Tyler Thompson practices with the firm’s Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Client Service Group. He strategically advises clients on technology and commercial contracts, privacy policies and compliance, data breach, cyber security, IT, open source software, digital marketing, and SaaS agreements. Tyler is a recognized Fellow of Information Privacy (...
Valentine A. Brown is a partner at Duane Morris LLP in the Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group and is the Firm's Pro Bono Partner. She serves as global immigration law counsel to a diverse group of multi-national and domestic corporations and their employees, providing advice, compliance audits ...
Valerie K. Ferrier is a Partner and head of MCB’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Ms. Ferrier is an experienced trial attorney, offering advice and counseling to clients to mitigate and manage risk regarding compliance issues, in addition to providing handbook and policy updates, and management and ...
After a decade of legal practice at two AmLaw200 firms, Valerie Pennacchio recently joined Litera as a Transaction Advisor. In this role, Ms. Pennacchio partners with law firms and legal departments to demonstrate the full value of Litera’s transaction management software, Litera Transact. Ms. Pennacchio supports dealmakers ...
Victoria represents clients in New York and New Jersey, focusing on complex civil and commercial issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Victoria served as the judicial clerk for the Honorable Frank J. DeAngelis, J.S.C. in Morris County Superior Court, in Morristown, New Jersey. As a ...
Viola Trebicka is a partner in Quinn Emanuel’s Los Angeles office and the co-chair of the firm's Data Privacy and Security Practice. Ms. Trebicka maintains a diverse complex commercial litigation and trial practice, with particular emphasis on data privacy and security matters, antitrust litigation, intellectual property disputes, ...
Jenny Worthy counsels clients on a vast array of commercial real estate matters. Her practice includes the purchase, sale and development of improved and unimproved real property. She also advises commercial banks, investment banks, real estate investment trusts, insurance companies and borrowers in financing transactions including origination, workouts and ...
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