Littler Mendelson Announces New Managing Shareholder
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Kristine Grady Derewicz has been named the new managing shareholder for Littler Mendelson’s Philadelphia office. She was preceded in the position by Thomas Bender, who is credited with expanding the office from an original 10 attorneys and 6 staff members in March 2001 to 29 attorneys and 19 staff by 2010.

Derewicz’s practice focuses on labor and employment law and includes experience in employment discrimination litigation and counseling, drafting employment and severance agreements, drafting and litigating covenants not to compete and labor-management relations. She also has extensive experience in labor union matters. Derewicz graduated from La Salle University magna cum laude in 1987 and received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1990.

Littler Mendelson, founded in 1942, is the largest U.S. based law firm exclusively representing management in employment and labor law matters. The firm has 750 attorneys in 48 offices.



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