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Gabriel Jiran is a partner in Shipman's Employment and Labor Practice Group. Gabriel practices labor and employment law on behalf of corporations and public employers. He assists employers in addressing the full spectrum of issues associated with the employment relationship. He negotiates collective bargaining agreements, and frequently represents employers before administrative agencies and courts in labor disputes. Gabriel also litigates employment disputes on behalf of employers.

In our first episode, NLRB Update, Part 1: Latest Guidance from the General Counsel’s Office, host Gabe Jiran was joined by labor and employment lawyer Jarad Lucan for a discussion about the NLRB General Counsel’s initiatives for the next four years and what they may mean for employers.

In NLRB Update, Part 2: Significant

On May 5, 2022, Shipman will host our annual virtual seminar for the public sector. Details here. We have received a few questions about the event and to help answer these burning questions we have recorded this special bonus episode of From Lawyer to Employer: A Shipman Podcast.

Joining our host Gabe Jiran, is

Join us once again for our annual public sector virtual seminar! On May 5th we will host a two-hour virtual program featuring a general session and four roundtable breakouts on timely legal topics of interest to public sector employers.

We invite you to register for our General Session and the Roundtable Breakout Session of

There have been many legal changes to the legal landscape over the course of the pandemic and those working in the public sector have had to pivot and redefine operations at a record pace.

As we all continue to approach a return to normal, we invite you to join Shipman lawyers for an informative presentation

The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) seems poised to make significant changes in current legal standards that will affect employers.  In particular, the NLRB’s General Counsel has indicated that many decisions issued over the past several years will be revisited, including decisions related to employer policies, union access, and the scope of protected activity.  To

The “Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021” (the “Act”) is expected to be enacted into law in the next couple of days. Last month, the Act was passed by both the House and the Senate. All that is left is for President Biden to sign the Act

Welcome to the first season of From Lawyer to Employer: A Shipman Podcast.

For employers facing staffing challenges due to the labor shortage, the H-1B visa category presents a viable option for employers who wish to add skilled foreign professionals in specialty occupations to their ranks. With a limited number of H-1B visas available,

We invite you to join us for “A Conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace” with guest speaker: Joelle Murchison, DEI Consultant, Founder of ExecMommyGroup LLC and Executive Director of the Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity.

This DEI session will explore topics such as: navigating difficult conversations, exploring unconscious bias and uncovering bias, identifying