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.
You Online—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, discusses in an interview with Reputation Communications the importance of taking proactive steps to investigate, eliminate, and prevent harassment in the workplace.
Real Estate Weekly—David Burroughs, Vice President of Lemire LLC and former Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI (New York Office), discusses security assessments as a tool to address security risks in a post-9/11 world.
Construction Dive—Elan Parra, Managing Director of Lemire LLC, provides recommendations and describes important steps that construction companies should take to protect themselves against fraud, waste and corruption.
The Corporate Counselor—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, participated in a roundtable conversation which addressed how to respond effectively to subpoenas and conduct internal investigations.
Inside, a publication of the New York State Bar Association—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, writes for the New York State Bar Association about establishing corporate best practices in responding to subpoenas.
Albany Business Review—Elan Parra, Managing Director of Lemire LLC, was interviewed by Albany Business Review about anonymously reporting MWBE fraud through New York State's designated MWBE fraud hotline.
New York State Bar Association Corporate Counsel—Katherine Lemire, President of Lemire LLC, writes in NYSBA's Fall 2016 Corporate Counsel section about the steps that general counsel should take in investigating and reporting allegations of internal fraud.
According to media analysis of a newly-issued New York State report, a growing number of businesses have been fined for not complying with the State's increasingly toughening contracting requirements for hiring minority- and women-owned business enterprises, or MWBEs.