Clark Hill Attorney Richard Chapman Featured in the Leading Lawyers Magazine Business Edition, 2018
CHICAGO, IL – Richard Chapman, Of Counsel in Clark Hill Chicago’s Litigation and Labor and Employment Practice Groups, was recently featured in the Leading Lawyers Magazine 2018 Business Edition magazine. The story, “Experienced Litigator and Trainer Keeps Businesses on Track,” by Elizabeth Davies, profiles Chapman’s successful career as a business and employment litigator, as well as his passion for human resource-related training of employers’ managers and employees, to create and maintain fair, successful and profitable workplaces.
“I feel very passionate about it,” Chapman says. “I feel it’s very important. Traditional business culture needs to really be jumping on this and saying, ‘Can we really prepare to be different?’”
In addition to his Of Counsel role at Clark Hill, Chapman is also a member of Mindy Chapman & Associates LLC. In that capacity, he works with businesses and their representatives, including Clark Hill clients and attorneys, to provide employers with the interactive leader-led “Workplace Training that Clicks and Sticks®. The training helps employers to develop legally-compliant employment best practices for managers, assists employees in understanding and applying harassment, discrimination, and retaliation prevention policies, and assists employers to in enhancing support for their diversity and inclusion initiatives.
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