Sherin and Lodgen Employment Blog Receives “Go-To Thought Leadership Award” from the National Law Review
Sherin and Lodgen LLP has received a 2018 “Go-To Thought Leadership Award” from the National Law Review for its employment blog. Sherin and Lodgen was recognized for its editorial contributions on Massachusetts employment law, which included coverage of labor and employment decisions, analysis of employment legislation, and guidance on state and national trends in employment. The firm was among 65 authors and legal organizations selected for the award, and only one of a dozen nation-wide that focuses on employment law.
“We looked for contributors who exhibited particular expertise in a legal area and helped clarify the issues for corporate counsel, business professionals, and other legal consumers,” said Jennifer Schaller, Managing Director of the National Law Review. “The selected authors and organizations truly are the ‘Go-To Thought Leaders’ in their fields.”
The department’s employment blog is edited by Nancy Shilepsky and Brian MacDonough. Sherin and Lodgen’s Employment Law Department represents executives, professionals and business clients across a range of industries, providing counseling, negotiation, and complex litigation services. In 2018, the Department was ranked by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for Labor & Employment: Mainly Plaintiffs. Shilepsky and MacDonough were also recognized as notable practitioners in the rankings.
The National Law Review is a daily legal news website with a mission to provide objective, reliable and practical litigation, legislative and administrative news and analysis. The publication launched its “Go-To Thought Leadership Awards” in 2018 to recognize exceptional authors and legal organizations for their reporting of complex legislative and litigation news, as well as their strategic insight and overall industry knowledge.
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