Justin Cummins authored a chapter about the law and litigation of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims in The ADA Handbook.
Justin Cummins accepted the invitation to present at the annual Employment Law Institute, which will be held in St. Paul on September 15-16, 2020, regarding the key court decisions under employment law and civil rights statutes during the last year.
Brendan Cummins authored an article, published by the Minnesota State Bar Association's Labor & Employment Law Section, regarding the most important developments in labor law.
Justin Cummins authored an article about recent successful legislative and amicus curiae advocacy in employment law and civil rights cases, and that article was published by the law journal of the Minnesota Association for Justice.
Brendan Cummins presented at a Masters in Advocacy and Political Leadership seminar at Metropolitan State University, which was held on February 8, 2020 in St. Paul, regarding recent developments in labor law and litigation.
Justin Cummins has been selected for membership in the inaugural class of the American Trial Academy’s Top Tier Lawyers.
Justin Cummins accepted the invitation to present at a National Employment Lawyers Association conference, which will be held in St. Louis on April 3-4, 2020, regarding best practices for using evidence of implicit or unconscious bias to prove discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims.
Justin Cummins presented at the Public Sector Labor & Employment Law Institute, which was held on January 29, 2020, regarding the viability of, and strategies for, interest arbitration after recent Supreme Court decisions.
Justin Cummins has been selected for membership in an elite group of attorneys nationwide, Lawyers of Distinction, for 2020.
Brendan Cummins accepted the invitation to present at conference, to be held in Minneapolis on March 18, 2020, regarding the impact of collective bargaining on employee rights and employer responsibilities in the hiring process and the employment relationship.