Moon & Yang, APC has a “soft” launch of it’s new website well underway. There are some bugs to sort out, but it’s slowly getting there (slower, at times, than I would like, as the frustrated e-mails to the development team will attest). I will be co-managing the firm’s blog on the website.
A awesome opportunity came my way quite recently, and I can now announce that I am joining Moon & Yang, effective February 25, 2019, where I will be focusing exclusively on employment class actions. I received quite a vote of confidence from the partners, for which I am very grateful. With a surging employment practice, this is a chance to great things.
As in full of pith. With a young attorney in my firm, Lilit Ter-Astvatsatryan, we wrote an opinion column for the Daily Journal, published on September 12, 2018 and entitled Unaccounted Time: Reading the tea leaves of Troester. Wait, something is wrong with that. If Lilit is a young attorney, then I am old. So let’s start again…
With a colleague at my firm, Lilit Ter-Astvatsatryan, we wrote an opinion column for the Daily Journal, published on September 12, 2018 and entitled Unaccounted Time: Reading the tea leaves of Troester. Much better.
I congratulate Lilit on her first foray into craven and shameless self-promotion.
After four years at Spiro Moore (formerly, Spiro Moss), I have decided to take the biggest step of all and chart my own course. There are still some things to sort out, but in short order I will have an announcement about my landing spot and my partner in this venture. Until then, let me say that it was a privilege to work at Spiro Moore, but I am very excited by what is to come.
I won't be leaving the class action field, but I will be re-tooling my focus a bit. Much more of my time will be devoted to union corruption cases, and much less will be focused on wage & hour. There will be some other things to work on, but why spoil every good surprise, right?