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    Richard D. Glovsky, who co-chairs the Firm's Labor and Employment Practice Group, handles significant employment related litigation, including class actions, wage and hour issues, and discrimination and retaliation claims. Dick prosecutes cases for financial services, healthcare, hospitality companies and other businesses to protect their trade secrets and to prevent former employees from violating non-competition and non-solicitation obligations. Dick also has developed a niche specialty advising clients on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs and Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) reports.

    Recently, Dick concluded expeditiously a trade secret theft case by securing the entry of a permanent injunction in Massachusetts in a case arising out of the state of Michigan. Similarly, last year, Dick wrapped up litigation by avoiding class certification on behalf of a construction company client and secured a verdict in a class action case in the United States District Court for the District of Florida for a Paris-based client. He also recently prevailed in a preliminary injunction context after two days of trial in a matter in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida involving violations of a former executive’s non-solicitation obligations. In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Dick first-chaired, and his client prevailed, in one of the few evidentiary hearings that have been conducted on the issue of class certification.

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