Mark Adams, Bob Braun, Marta Fernandez, Marty Orlick and Seena Samimi were quoted in the article, “Experts Highlight Five Legal Pitfalls Hoteliers Face,” in Hotel News Now, which covered their presentations at Meet the Money® on May 17th, 2019.
Marta Fernandez was mentioned in the article “Identifying, mitigating joint-employer liability remains crucial for hotels” published by Hotel Management.
Marta Fernandez was featured on a podcast by Thomson Reuters Legal Current titled, “NCAA Class-Action Ready to Tip-Off,” regarding the NLRB and the status of student athletes.
Marta Fernandez was quoted in the Daily Journal article, “Doubts Over NLRB Recess Appointments Leave Businesses, Workers Hanging,” discussing how the delays at the National Labor Relations Board impact the parties involved.
Marta Fernandez was quoted in the National Law Journal in the article titled “Agencies Gear Up for Obama’s Second Term,” predicting what the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will be focusing on the next four years. (This article was also republished in The Daily Report and The Legal Intelligencer).
Marta Fernandez and Luzann Fernandez were included in the list of “The Top LA Women Lawyers” in the October issue of Los Angeles magazine.
Marta Fernandez was quoted in the National Law Journal front-page article, “The Obesity Problem is Growing,” regarding the issue of obesity becoming an acceptable condition for disability, under the ADA, in employment law. (This article also appeared in Corporate Counsel, The Daily Report, Texas Lawyer and The Legal Intelligencer).
Marta Fernandez was quoted in the Los Angeles Business Journal article titled "Court Rejects LAX Hotels’ Claims on Banquet Fees," regarding an upheld city ordinance that requires hotels to charge service fees to banquet bills.
Marta Fernandez was quoted in Hotel News Now in the article "Labor Lawsuits: How to Avoid a Legal Fight." Marta discusses hotel staff cuts, and disputes over employee eligibility for overtime pay.
Marta Fernandez was quoted in the April 2009 publication of Hotel&Motel Management in the article titled, “The union effect: Industry prepares for how proposed law would change the workplace.”