American University’s student-led newspaper, The Eagle, reports that Carolyn Brown, an assistant professor in AU’s School of Communication, is appealing Provost Scott Bass’s decision to deny her tenure.  In her appeal, Professor Brown asserts that she was unfairly denied tenure in retaliation for her activism on race and gender issues on AU’s campus, and for […]

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Bernabei & Kabat Partner, Lynne Bernabei, has been included in “The Top 50: 2017 Women Washington, D.C.” by Super Lawyers.

To read more about Lynne’s inclusion in “The Top 50,” click here.

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Bernabei & Kabat partner, Lynne Bernabei, was recently interviewed on Federal News Radio regarding her opinion on the President Donald Trump’s recent decision to dismiss Acting Attorney General Sally Yates.

Former-Attorney General Yates publicly refused to defend an executive order which places […]

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Bernabei & Kabat, PLLC, based in Washington, D.C., is nationally recognized for its expertise in the areas of employment law, sexual harassment law, whistleblower law, civil rights and civil liberties matters, Sarbanes-Oxley claims, and training. In addition to an active litigation practice in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals, the firm frequently represents partners, […]

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On September 17, 2016, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that Bernabei & Kabat client, Al Haramain Islamic Foundation, would be removed from its sanctions blacklist as part of a settlement. Reuters quoted partner, Lynne Bernabei, “[the decision is] an acknowledgement that there was no basis to designate them in the first place.” For the full […]

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