May 21, 2022

Volume XII, Number 141

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Kate Gold

Kate Gold is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department in the Los Angeles office.

Kate has over 25 years of experience representing clients in a range of industries, across all areas of employment law.  An experienced litigator, she has represented clients in all types of employment-related suits, including class and collective actions, discrimination, retaliation and harassment, non-compete and wage/hour matters.  In addition to litigating, she conducts high-level workplace investigations and routinely counsels clients on matters involving the full range of state and federal employment issues.

Kate also represents clients in disputes involving  misappropriation of intellectual property and trade secrets, interference with contract, and unfair competition. Kate also counsels on classification of employees, employment issues in the context of purchase and sale of businesses, and non-competition agreements. Additionally, she negotiates and drafts executive employment and separation agreements and conducts training on sexual harassment prevention.

Kate received her B.A. and J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Kate Gold

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The National Law Review recognized Proskauer’s Government Contractor Compliance Practice Group as a 2021 Go-To Thought Leader for their news and analysis regarding compliance with regulations from the OFCCP or state-level entities throughout the year. Regular contributors include Guy Brenner, Megan Childs, Allan S. Bloom, Abigail Rosenblum, Eric D. Novak, Edward S. Kornreich, Caroline L. Guensberg, Kate Gold, Colleen Hart and Michelle L. Lappen. The COVID-19 pandemic raised many employment-related questions, especially when it comes to vaccination and mask workplace policies for government employees and contractors. Proskauer’s Government Contractor Compliance and Regulatory Update Blog provided thorough insights regarding labor and workplace laws impacting government contractors during these uncertain times.

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