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OIG announces the selection of Vida Thomas as the firm’s new managing partner. She succeeds Amy Oppenheimer, who will continue as a partner in the firm.
Attorneys Alezah Trigueros and Garrett Smith author "Toxic Environment: When Workplace Behavior Is Problematic But Not Illegal"
Madeline Buitelaar and Ilona Turner will co-present for this SF Bar MCLE presentation on January 19.