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Virginia Whitehill Guldi

Zuckerman Spaeder LLP


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Hold on to Your (Top) Hat: ERISA Section 502(a)(3) May Be Used to Enforce the Terms of a “Top-Hat” Benefits Plan

USA - September 22 2016 Thanksgiving is typically a time for gratitude, gathering with family, and acts of kindness among fellow men and women. But in one recent case, a bank...

A Funny Thing Happened to the Forum Selection Clause

USA - August 31 2016 When an employee sues an employer, the forum selection clauses in her employment agreement can affect where the claims can be litigatedbut only if...

A Fifth Amendment Right to Not Talk to Your Employer?

USA - August 8 2016 An employee who is accused of participating in corporate wrongdoing can face potentially life-changing choices almost immediately. When a company...

Jason M. Knott.

Employees Who Don’t Cooperate With Company Investigations Can Be Terminated for Cause

USA - July 27 2016 When a company learns that its employees may have done something unlawful, it should try to get the facts and figure out whether wrongdoing actually...

Jason M. Knott.

“Some But Not All”: Delaware Court Awards Advancement to Former Officer, But Only for Part of a Case

USA - June 20 2016 When a former officer or director of a company must defend against legal claims, advancement of legal fees by the company can be critical to a...