Clark Hill Receives 2018 Construction Lawyers Society of America [CLSA] Law Firm Award
Los Angeles, CA – Clark Hill has received the 2018 Construction Lawyers Society of America [CLSA] Law Firm Award, which was presented to CLSA Fellow and Clark Hill Member James Earle on September 6 at the International Conference & Induction of Fellows in Banff, Canada.
The CLSA Law Firm Award recognizes North American law firms for high acumen and ability in construction law, construction arbitration, surety and/or other construction-related fields. Awards are based upon independent research by the society and input of CLSA Fellows who sit on the CLSA Law Firm Awards Committee. Since committee members vote only in construction law, they are familiar with the expertise, reputation and standing of firms in the construction law arena and consider the relative strengths to be recognized accordingly.
The CLSA is an invitation-only international honorary association composed of preeminent lawyers specializing in construction law and related fields. Fellowship is limited and selective, with lawyers being invited into Fellowship upon a proven record of excellence and accomplishment in construction law at both the trial and appellate levels. The CLSA is dedicated to promoting superior advocacy and ethical standards in construction law and fostering a scholarly and advanced exchange of ideas in all practices related to the specialty.
Tea & Tidbits: Benefits Strategies for Small Employers
June’s discussion will center around benefit strategies for start-ups or employers who are small and aren’t sure if they can offer benefits at all.
Clark Hill Adds Richard Tye and Matthew Lovell to Tax & Estate Planning Practice in San Antonio
Their practice will focus on comprehensive estate, tax, and business planning strategies constructed to maximize wealth accumulation for clients and their future generations.
EEOC Issues New LGBTQ+ Resources
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is observing LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, by releasing new resources to educate employers about the rights of applicants and workers to be free from sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.