The Lemire Law Firm has been retained as Special Investigative Counsel to the Erie County Legislature and is providing legal and investigatory services concerning the alleged actions of Albert Dirschberger, the County’s former Commissioner of Social Services. If you have any relevant information, please call the Hotline at (646) 979-4114.
ASIS Security Director Spring 2018—President & CEO Katherine Lemire and Managing Director Amy Foote lay out a 6-step Plan to protect your company when sexual harassment or other workplace allegations surface.
Law360—Katherine Lemire was interviewed by Law360 regarding a criminal review of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein.
Second Circuit finds workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation violates Title VII.
In recent months, the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace has dominated the nation's collective conversation. What can you do now to ensure your organization maintains a workplace free from sexual harassment?
The Secured Lender—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, was interviewed by The Secured Lender regarding cybersecurity controls and proposed safeguards to protect confidential data in an increasingly hazardous digital world.
Ms. Lemire was recently appointed as the Independent Consultant in connection with the Consent Order signed by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey regarding municipal bond disclosure requirements.
Lemire LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy R. Foote as a Managing Director and Meryl P. Kaye as a Senior Director. Ms. Foote will direct many of the firm’s complex investigations and Ms. Kaye will oversee the firm’s Research and Analysis practice.
New York Daily News—Elan Parra, Managing Director of Lemire LLC and former Director of the Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement, was retained to present and execute strategies for increased enforcement of illegal short-term rentals.
Law360—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, was interviewed by Law360 regarding disclosure obligations during active investigations involving employee misconduct and follow-up necessities after learning of such misconduct.