Clark Hill Attorney Lauri Kavulich Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Lauri Kavulich, Member in Charge and Labor & Employment attorney in the Philadelphia office, was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. Her article, “Take the Lead: Workplace Issues Affecting You Now,” is part of a series in which covers relevant issues and challenges facing c-suite and in house counsel.
In this article, Kavulich wrote, “I think that vacations and time off are important. We are busy, sure, but we are busy every other year too. We can’t necessarily travel, but in our profession, we still need time away from our screens and our phone. The scheduled vacation that forces us to take time off doesn’t exist for a lot of people this year. However, this year, more than ever, given the stress and challenges of the pandemic and the lockdown, we all need a vacation. And, as management, this year, we may need to nudge our professionals to do just that.”
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Kavulich is the Member-in-Charge of the Philadelphia and Wilmington offices of Clark Hill PLC. She specializes in employment law and represents both public and private employers, including railroads. Also, she represents employers in administrative and court proceedings filed under such statutes as the ADA, FMLA, Title VII, PHRA, ADEA, and FELA.
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