Publications

Katz, Marshall & Banks partners Debra S. Katz and Lisa J. Banks published an article in the National Law Journal entitled “Constructive Discharge.”   The article, published on August 2, 2004, focused on Pennsylvania State Police v. Suders, 124 S. Ct. 2342 (2004), in which the Supreme Court set guidelines for...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz and associate Rashida Adams published an article in the National Law Journal entitled "Lawyers Who 'Tell' Risk All.” The article, published on March 29, 2004, discussed the lack of whistleblower protections for attorneys under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.  The full-text of the...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz and Alan Kabat of the Bernabei Law Firm published an article in the National Law Journal entitled “No Windfall After All.” The article, published on November 10, 2003, discussed the Fourth Circuit's decision in Ocheltree v. Scollon Productions, Inc., where it held that no hostile...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partners Debra S. Katz and Lisa J. Banks published an article in the National Law Journal entitled “A Pro-Employee Trend.”  The article, published on August 3, 2003, discussed the recent Supreme Court term, arguing that the court's decisions were striking in their divergence from past conservative...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partners Debra S. Katz and Lisa J. Banks published an article in the National Law Journal entitled “Wins for Both Sides.”  The article, published on August 5, 2002, expressed disappointment in the recent Supreme Court term, in which the court found for the employer regarding trenchant issues under the...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partners Debra S. Katz and Avi Kumin published an article in the National Law Journal entitled “Family Leave Lives On.”  The article, published on July 1, 2002, discussed the Supreme Court's decision in Ragsdale v. Wolverine Worldwide Inc., and cautioned other employment lawyers that while...
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz and Ruth Eisenberg of Harmon, Curran, Spielberg & Eisenberg published an article in Legal Times entitled “Hiring Minds Want to Know: Increasingly Popular Psychological Testing of Job Applicants May Violate ADA.” The article, published on February 8, 1999, discussed how an...

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