GCG SVP, Operations, Angela Ferrante, contributes her third article to Lawyer Monthly, with a focus on identifying challenges women face early in their law careers and providing practical advice for overcoming those specific challenges.
GCG SVP, Operations, Brian Burke, authored his third in a 2018 series for Contact Center Pipeline with an article addressing engagement challenges specific to the contact center, laying out his recommendations for contact center managers to build meaningful engagement strategies into each phase of employment to create and sustain a more productive and more engaged workforce.
GCG SVP, Operations, Brian Burke, draws on his experience launching GCG’s Emergency Response Services to author an article that guides readers through the launch of similar response services, including infrastructure, recruiting, staffing, training, quality assurance, and business development strategies.
Historic Combination of the Industry’s Two Leading Legal Services Providers Expands Leadership in Class Action, Mass Tort, Data Breach and Corporate Restructuring
GCG Managing Director, Client Relations & Development, Jennifer Meyerowitz, authored an article for the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal with an in-depth view of the data and privacy concerns prevalent in a typical health care industry bankruptcy lawyers need to know in order to preserve the value of the company and its assets for the benefit of its estates.
Courts are acknowledging a shifting consumer preference toward electronic mediums. Proposed changes to Rule 23, scheduled to take effect on Dec. 1, 2018, will officially provide for the use of electronic notice in class actions. The new changes expressly recognize that notification by electronic means, such as by email, is an acceptable method to notice potential class members.
GCG SVP, Operations, Angela Ferrante, shares her practical recommendations to help prepare women for confident salary and benefits negotiations, applicable from their first law firm job and throughout their legal career.
GCG SVP, Operations, Brian Burke, authors his third article in his 2018 author series for Contact Center Pipeline with an article focused on how contact managers can define, manage and evaluate a positive contact center culture in which the company’s values permeate operations and directly benefit customers.
Proposed amendments to Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which governs class actions, are scheduled to take effect Dec. 1, 2018. Among the amendments are specific requirements related to “front-loading,” which outline the process for seeking preliminary court approval of class action settlements and related notice plans.
Significant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure’s Rule 23, which governs class actions, will take effect Dec. 1, 2018, pending approval by the U.S. Supreme Court, and if not disapproved by Congress.