News - 2012
Congratulations to Sara Goldsmith Schwartz who will act as co-chair of the Boston Chapter of the Harvard Law School Women’s Alliance. Their inaugural event took place on December 4, 2012, at Wilmer Hale’s office in Boston. Read More.
Schwartz Hannum PC was recognized as a “Top 100 Women-Led Business” for the third year in a row by the Boston Business Journal and The Commonwealth Institute.
William E. Hannum III was selected for inclusion in 2012 New England Super Lawyers® in the area of Employment & Labor Law for the ninth consecutive year.
Schwartz Hannum PC is pleased to announce that Soyoung Yoon has joined the firm as an Attorney.
Schwartz Hannum PC is pleased to announce that Sara Goldsmith Schwartz and William E. Hannum III have been recognized as “Leaders in their Field” by Chambers USA. According to Chambers, Sara has the implicit trust of her clients as “she makes the legalese understandable” anddemonstrates excellent interpersonal skills. She is experienced in both employment discrimination litigation and traditional labor relations. Will is regarded as not only “technically excellent” but also “responsive, easy to work with and an excellent listener.”
Sara Goldsmith Schwartz’s article “Lawsuits Challenging Status of Interns On The Rise” has been published in the NAMWOLF First Quarter (2012) Newsletter.
Schwartz Hannum PC is thrilled to announce that Jessica L. Herbster has become a shareholder with the Firm.
Sara Goldsmith Schwartz was featured as an Entrepreneur Success Story on Womenetics.com, a website focusing on women who are business leaders and change agents in their respective fields. To read this feature story, please visit www.womenetics.com or click here: http://www.womenetics.com/Success-Stories/super-lawyer-sara-goldsmith-schwartz-grows-her-firm-and-her-family.
Sara Goldsmith Schwartz appeared as a commentator on 90.9 WBUR, Boston’s National Public Radio station, to discuss the termination of Conductor Benjamin Zander by the New England Conservatory for employing a sex offender to work with the youth orchestra. Sara also addressed the need for schools to conduct proper background checks. Below is a link to the interview, which took place on January 13, 2012. Watch Now
William E. Hannum III was quoted in the January 6, 2012 Findlay Courier article, “Cooper Tire Standoff – No Progress Seen” and again in the January 7, 2012 article, “Cooper Spotlight Shifts To Arkansas.” In the articles, Will continues to offer his opinion on the negotiations between Cooper Tire & Rubber and the United Steelworkers Local 207L.
Read the January 6 Article
Read the January 7 Article
In 2012, the Firm is approved as a member of The National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”). NAMWOLF is a non-profit trade association comprised of a select group of minority and women-owned law firms that exhibit excellence in the legal profession.