4 Discrimination Law Questions Looming as Biden Era Begins

By on March 16, 2021

President Joe Biden is expected to usher in a decidedly more worker-friendly environment than his predecessor, but whether Congress or the courts embrace similar pro-employee leanings over the next four years is anyone’s guess.

In a recent article for Law360, McDermott partner Daniel Doron weighs in on four top-of-mind questions about bias law that may soon be addressed under the Biden administration.

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Dan DoronDan Doron
Daniel J. Doron focuses his practice on the labor and employment aspects of M&A transactions on both the buy-side and sell-side. Whether representing a strategic acquirer or private equity investor, Daniel assists clients to understand and mitigate employment-related risks and exposure. He has advised private equity clients on labor and employment matters in hundreds of platform and add-on acquisitions in industries that include technology, media, food, fitness, manufacturing, healthcare, veterinary care, biotech, travel and hospitality, automotive, education, waste management, infrastructure, utilities, energy, and insurance. Daniel’s experience extends to counseling clients in significant real estate transactions and on the particularized issues involved. Read Daniel Doron's full bio.