Jackson Lewis Stalwart Leaps to Littler Mendelson

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Labor lawyer Jeffrey Mintz has moved from the nation's second-largest labor and employment firm, Jackson Lewis, to the largest, Littler Mendelson. Mintz, who had practiced at Jackson Lewis since 1980, said he was drawn to Littler by "forward-thinking visionaries" who are focusing on the workplace that will exist three to five years from now.

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