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Media Mentions

Clark Hill attorneys routinely appear as sources and thought leaders in national news publications and legal industry outlets. Here is a collection of the most recent appearances our attorneys have made in media articles.

Kevin Morse, Nov. 21Legal Management’s Defining Your Staff’s Path for Development

Some attorneys, too, now view the path to partnership as less of a lockstep progression than before the pandemic, says Kevin Morse, Deputy Member-in-Charge at Clark Hill’s Chicago office. Since joining the firm in 2019, Morse has established a retention committee that‘s examining how to ensure younger — and other — firm members feel they can grow professionally within it.

Andrew Kerr, Nov. 17 Texas Lawyer’s Lifetime Achievement Award: Andrew Kerr 

“It is especially important to build relationships with your colleagues in order to become the best lawyer that you can be, both technically and personally, and to stay on your career path,” says Andrew Kerr, a partner with Clark Hill.

Rafael Nendel-Flores, Nov. 17 NBC News’ Elon Musk’s rapid changes at Twitter could raise legal concerns, experts say

But Rafael Nendel‑Flores, a member of the Clark Hill law firm in California, said that it was “hard to conclude that Twitter definitely did violate the WARN Act because they may have done things to mitigate against it.”

John Moran Jr., Nov. 16Las Vegas Sun’s Whether Calif. ever embraces sports betting, Las Vegas sportsbooks should retain pull

Still, the fact that California won’t have sports betting any time soon can’t be bad for Las Vegas, said John Moran Jr., an attorney with the Clark Hill law firm in Las Vegas and former chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Michelle Donovan, Nov. 15Convenience Store News’ CBD Category Holds Promise for Convenience Channel

Currently, CBD is not regulated by the FDA. It cannot be an ingredient listed in any supplement or claim to alleviate a medical alignment, according to Michelle Donovan, a cannabis attorney with the Clark Hill law firm, based in Detroit.

Mark Ludwikowski and Sally Alghazali, Nov. 9 Westlaw Today’s Rise in circumvention inquiries: Diversified supply chain not as safe as it once was

Mark Ludwikowski and Sally Alghazali of Clark Hill PLC discuss the rise in circumvention inquiries, involving trade remedies that target unfair trade practices, and what it means for importers.

Dennis Devaney, Nov. 4Law360’s NLRB’s Threat Approach At Fore In Starbucks, Amazon Cases

Dennis Devaney, a senior counsel at management-side firm Clark Hill PLC and a member of the NLRB under former President Ronald Reagan, said these complaints reflect NLRB prosecutors’ aggressive posture under Abruzzo.