In a recent Law360 article, Porpoise said, “the idea of a local firm with a larger footprint than what I had at my prior firm was really attractive. Frankly, Weiss Serota hit just about every criteria that I listed for myself.”
Brett Schneider Chair of the Labor & Employment Division said the two “hit it off” after they connected earlier in the year. “It just seemed like right out of the gate, once we got to know each other a little bit, even though that wasn’t the initial intent, that it just made a lot of sense for a lot of reasons.”
Porpoise represents employers in litigation and before administrative agencies and advises on compliance with federal and state laws. Recently, he has been advising companies on how to comply with the various federal responses to the pandemic, as well as how to implement telework policies and navigate lawsuits. He has also developed a niche practice working with companies on anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance and training programs under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
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