Law, Accounting Firms Rely on State’s Traditional Growth AreasDecember 30, 2010 – In The News
Amy S. Rubin says she expects employment law to remain active throughout a time of recession. “More people are looking for free money. As people are being laid off, they often turn it into some kind of discrimination,” she said. “Wage and overtime cases keep coming, and more lawyers are jumping on that bandwagon as other work dries up.”
Rubin also noted that increased government regulation in securities and employment law may continue to stimulate growth in those practice areas.