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Kelly Dermody Discusses Pay Disclosure & Transparency at 2017 Transatlantic Employment Law Conference

Kelly Dermody Discusses Pay Disclosure & Transparency at 2017 Transatlantic Employment Law Conference

Lieff Cabraser partner Kelly M. Dermody is speaking today at the Employment Lawyers Association’s (ELA) Fifth Transatlantic Conference in London, England. She will be appearing on the panel “Pay Disclosure and Transparency.” The panel will address transparency, employee pay equity, and the reporting obligations of employers to authorities, shareholders, and the general public. Kelly and the other panelists will discuss these matters from both a UK and US perspective.

Other topics of discussion at the conference include Employment Law Perspective of Data Protection GDPR and Privacy Shield; Employment Law at the Forefront of Global M&A; What’s New in Financial Compliance and Regulations; The Trusted Global Employer; Background Checks; Immigration Law for Employment Lawyers; Employment Issues in the Gig Economy in North America and the UK; and Diversity in the Workplace.

See the full Fifth Transatlantic Conference agenda here.

About the Employment Lawyers Association

The Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) is an apolitical organization representing the views and interests of just over 6,000 specialist, qualified employment lawyers in the UK. Since its inception in 1992, ELA has become the voice of authority in employment law. ELA’s uniqueness rests in the depth and wealth of knowledge of its diverse membership, and its neutrality on political issues. The organization’s fundamental aims are to promote the best practice of employment law, and to support the work and represent the interests of UK employment lawyers. Learn more at

About Kelly Dermody

The Chair of Lieff Cabraser’s employment practice group and Managing Partner of Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office, Kelly M. Dermody specializes in class and collective actions on behalf of plaintiffs in employment and consumer cases, including the Goldman Sachs gender discrimination case. Her additional case work includes wage suppression claims against technology, healthcare, and academic institutions; overtime and lost pay lawsuits for low-wage workers, I/T professionals, and foreign nationals working for American corporations; and ERISA claims that she has tried on behalf of employees and retirees for pension plan abuses.