Have you heard how Loeb is moving the needle? Loeb’s lawyers are always advising on the latest trends, issues, and legislation to help our clients and communities succeed. Here are some highlights and firm news from the past few weeks!
- For the third consecutive year, Loeb & Loeb has been named “Law Firm of the Year” in the Entertainment Law – Music category in the U.S. News & World Report’s and Best Lawyers’ 2022 “Best Law Firms” rankings. The firm has received this title in this particular category a total of six times. In addition, for the first time ever, Loeb has been named “Law Firm of the Year” in the Advertising Law category. Click here to learn more.
- Loeb & Loeb is proud to announce that the firm is ranked in 29 practice areas, including earning 12 national first-tier rankings and 37 regional first-tier rankings in the U.S. News & World Report’s and Best Lawyers’ 2022 “Best Law Firms” rankings. Click here to learn more.
- Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce the arrival of Jessica Isokawa as a partner in its Capital Markets & Corporate department. She is based in the firm’s San Francisco office, where she represents clients in a wide range of industries, including software and technology-enabled businesses, consumer products, financial services, professional services, retail, manufacturing, and health care. Click here to learn more about Jessica’s practice.
- Loeb & Loeb is pleased to share our next firm story book, “Navigating from Now to Next.” Loeb & Loeb’s clients are leaders and innovators across industries, whether businesses, nonprofit organizations or individuals. The book features a variety of compelling examples of where we have helped our clients navigate change, seize opportunities, overcome challenges and transform for what’s next. Click here to explore our stories.
- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) introduced sweeping rules on Nov. 4, including vaccination and testing mandates for employers with at least 100 employees, as part of the Biden administration’s comprehensive action plan “Path Out of the Pandemic”, announced in September. OSHA’s new requirements impose significant responsibilities on employers. The emergency temporary standard (ETS) requirements are currently stayed following a Fifth Circuit decision that put the brakes on nationwide implementation. Click here to read more in this client alert.