Pilar Morin

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Pilar Morin is experienced in all phases of trial practice, including litigation before state and federal courts, administrative bodies, and alternative dispute resolution procedures such as mediation and arbitration. She represents our clients in all aspects of employment law including employee discipline, due process, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and privacy issues.

She is also experienced in conducting and assisting with investigations pertaining to harassment, discrimination and employee misconduct, and advising clients concerning compliance with state and federal employment laws.

Pilar is bilingual and conducts investigations and training in Spanish.

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This post was authored by Pilar Morin and Jenny Denny On September 5, 2017, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) program, a 2012 program created under the Obama administration that deferred deportations and provided work permits for those who met the program’s criteria. The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”), the federal agency that oversees the program, formally rescinded the program via a memorandum informing…
This post was co-authored by Elizabeth Arce   It seems that every time you turn on the news some new technological innovation is being announced.  For example, recent weeks have seen the unveiling of new tablet computers and smartphones.  In addition, social media platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn are constantly announcing upgrades to their websites to improve the way users communicate with one another via the internet.  However, just as technology is rapidly changing,…
This post was co-authored by Elizabeth Arce The popularity of social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter have created new and unprecedented challenges for employers.  The New York Times reported recently that even commanders in our Armed Forces have expressed concern about troops playing with iPhones and BlackBerrys when they should be working.  Because the law has not caught up with the use of social media, navigating through issues raised by this technology can…