Partner Art Hartinger discusses the RPLG Investigations practice with Partner Ruth Bond, Partner Linda Ross and Senior Associate Jamal Anderson in a video initially shown at the CALPELRA Annual Training Conference.
Six members of the RPLG team will present at the virtual California Public Employers Labor Relations Association’s (CALPELRA) 45th Annual Training Conference in November on six different panels.
RPLG is delighted to announce that Founding Partner Teresa Stricker has been appointed City Attorney of Richmond, California.
Video: A Conversation with Jon Holtzman and Russ Branson on Government Finance in the Age of COVID-19
RPLG Partner Jon Holtzman discusses government finance, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting recession, with Russ Branson of Russ Branson Consulting.
RPLG Chair, and former City Attorney of San Francisco, Louise Renne discusses her storied career, and also her past and present projects, including taking on Big Tobacco and forcing the Olympic Club to admit women.
After revelations of top executives receiving big payouts while facing accusations of harassment led to employee walkouts and lawsuits, Alphabet promises changes that include waiving mandatory arbitration
Alphabet to fund $310 million diversity initiative to settle sexual misconduct lawsuit from shareholders
Google parent Alphabet has agreed to commit $310 million to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives as part of a settlement for a series of sexual harassment and misconduct lawsuits filed against some of the company’s officers and directors.
Google parent company Alphabet Inc. quietly signed a landmark settlement of a shareholder lawsuit last month, requiring the Mountain View tech giant to change its corporate governance practices around stock purchase plans, nondisclosure agreements, employee discipline and executive coaching while committing $310 million to fund diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives over the next decade.
Google’s parent company has reached a $310 million settlement in a shareholder lawsuit over its treatment of allegations of executives’ sexual misconduct.
Google parent Alphabet Inc. pledged $310 million to expand diversity efforts and resolve shareholder litigation that alleged the company’s board failed to prevent sexual harassment and hid misconduct by executives.