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Women’s History Month marked

The Women’s Leadership Institute through The Manhattanville School of Business on March 16 hosted Women Blazing Trails, A Celebration of Women’s History Month.

Pro Bono Partnership looks after nonprofits

A Jackson Lewis lawyer based in White Plains has dedicated countless hours to pro bono work for a nonprofit that provides legal services for other nonprofits.

Firm drops billable hours from lawyers’ bonus reviews

At Jackson Lewis PC, racking up more hours on clients' cases no longer earns an associate a larger annual bonus.

Five Westchester businesses support 5K race

Five Westchester businesses will sponsor the Corporate Cup 5K Race after nine years of dormancy. SUNY Purchase will hold the men's, women's and co-ed corporate team competitions on Thursday, July 25 and Wednesday, Aug. 14 at 6:30 p.m.

Corporations join legal challenge to Defense of Marriage Act

As the Supreme Court examines the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, corporate America has rallied for gay marriage in what legal and business experts described as a “seismic” cultural shift.

Boutique law firm expands to Puerto Rico

Jackson Lewis L.L.P. has opened an office in Puerto Rico to serve clients with substantial operations in the region.
Pat Vaccaro

His labors grew a law firm

Attorney Patrick Vaccaro steps down as managing partner at Jackson Lewis after leading the boutique law firm through six years of remarkable growth.

DOL: Contractors can blow the whistle

The U.S. Department of Labor ruled that independent contractors can receive whistleblower protection and benefits.

Bias claims up after financial crisis, attorney says

While gender bias claims may have ballooned in the recession, some victims may have not chosen to press claims, according to a local attorney.

Legal briefs

XL sued a defunct Greenwich hedge fund, and other law news in Fairfield County.

Westchester County business news in brief

Yonkers IDA backs housing project The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency recently smoothed the way for a 77-unit affordable-housing development that would replace blighted apartment buildings...