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EXHIBITOR: PROFESSIONALS IN HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATION’S CALIFORNIA HR CONFERENCE

June 22nd, 2015/By Admin/In Employment and Labor Law, Firm Events, Workers' Compensation Defense

Tharpe & Howell, LLP will be an exhibitor at the Professionals in Human Resources Association – California HR Conference to be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, from August 31 through September 2, 2015. With more than 2,000 practitioners, presenters, and providers in attendance, this conference is the 2nd largest regional conference in the nation and features top legal and HR professionals who will be sharing their knowledge and experiences about the challenges faced by HR leaders in today’s litigious environment. Read More

FIRM ASSOCIATE ZENA KALIOUNDJI DESIGNATED AS RISING STAR!

June 22nd, 2015/By Admin/In Firm News, Firm News, General Litigation, Locations, Los Angeles

Firm Associate Zena Kalioundji has been designated as a “Rising Star” by the Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Star Edition. Please join us in congratulating Ms. Kalioundji for this well-deserved standing!

Ms. Kalioundji is an Associate in the Firm’s Sherman Oaks office. Her practice focuses on general litigation, including complex civil litigation, subrogation, employment and labor law, business litigation, premises liability, insurance, and contracts. Ms. Kalioundji is experienced in all phases of civil litigation, including trial work. Read More

PUBLICATION: USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA EVIDENCE IN LITIGATION

June 22nd, 2015/By Admin/In Blog, General Litigation, Insurance Defense, Publication

“Use of Social Media Evidence in Litigation” was written by Firm Partner Robert M. Freedman¬†to help business and legal professionals understand how trending social network communications can be used as evidence during the litigation process. Published in the Spring, 2015, edition of the Journal of American Law, this article discusses various types of social media evidence available in today’s tech-savvy world, as well as pitfalls to avoid when harnessing social media postings for admission in court. Read More