KMB attorney Debra S. Katz publishes an ALI-ABA course of study, “Harassment in the Workplace.” The course of study covers sexual and racial harassment and employment claims under Title VII and Section 1981. Read the full course of study here.
KMB partner Debra S. Katz publishes an ALI-ABA course of study, “Whistleblowing, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Retaliation Claims.”
KMB partner Debra S. Katz publishes an ALI-ABA course of study, “Whistleblowing, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Retaliation Claims.” The course of study covers Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblowing and retaliation claims. Read the full course of study here.
Debra S. Katz is quoted by the Los Angeles Times in an article entitled “Bush Appointee Goes After the White House.” Katz represents former Office of Special Counsel employees in a federal lawsuit alleging that Special Counsel Scott Bloch, a Bush appointee, used his office to stifle dissent by pushing out long-term employees and hiring […]
KMB partner Debra S. Katz publishes an article, “Retaliation A-Z: Legal Analysis and Practice Tips,” for the 40th Annual Pacific Coast Labor and Employment Law Conference
KMB partner Debra S. Katz publishes an article, “Retaliation A-Z: Legal Analysis and Practice Tips,” for the 40th Annual Pacific Coast Labor and Employment Law Conference. The article covers retaliation claims and Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection in detail. Read the full article here.
Debra S. Katz is quoted by Mother Jones magazine in its article “Don’t Whistle While You Work: The War on Whistleblowers.” The article focuses on the poor enforcement of whistleblower laws by Scott Bloch, the head of the Office of Special Counsel, the federal agency charged with whistleblower protection. KMB represents a group of former […]
Employment Law & Litigation Institute 2007 Debra S. Katz served as a member of the faculty at Georgetown University Law Center CLE’s Employment Law & Litigation Institute 2007.
NBC Nightly News airs news story about U.S. Capitol Tunnel Workers, who are represented by KMB’s David J. Marshall and Nicole J. Williams, and by the Government Accountability Project, in complaint against the Architect of the Capitol over asbestos exposure and retaliation. Investigative Reporter Lisa Myers and Producer Rich Gardella report that AOC management waited […]
Action Follows Senator Murray’s Hearing and Letter Tuesday, April 10, 2007 (Washington, D.C) – Yesterday, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) received word from Acting Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Stephen Ayers that ten Capitol Hill tunnel workers – who have been exposed to deadly levels of asbestos in the Capitol tunnel complex for years – […]
By Kelly McCormack April 11, 2007 In the wake of congressional pressure and revelations of intensifying asbestos-related health problems, the Architect of the Capitol (AoC) announced yesterday that some Capitol Power Plant tunnel workers who have been exposed to asbestos are being reassigned to other duties. Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) recently called on AoC to […]
Ms. Magazine publishes an article, “The Right to Complain,” by KMB attorneys Justine F. Andronici and Debra S. Katz
“The Right to Complain,” by Justine F. Andronici and Debra S. Katz. The boss retaliated when you claimed discrimination? A new ruling makes him pay. Even exclusion from lunch invitations at the workplace can support claims of retaliations. Read the full article here.