Creating a Culture of Support: Five Essentials for Assisting Employee-Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking" Next Concept HR Magazine, April 2019 (Erin Winters)

“Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking: Develop a Workplace Response” @Work Magazine, Disability Management Employer Coalition, March 2019 (Erin Winters)

“Alleged Preference for Korean Employee Revives Lawsuit” SHRM Court Report, August 2018 (Erin Winters)

“Software Company Wins Overtime Lawsuit” SHRM Court Report, May 2018 (Erin Winters)

“State Law Overtime Claim Revived” SHRM Court Report, April 2018 (Erin Winters)

“Claims of Improper Training Fail to Sustain Discrimination Lawsuit” SHRM Court Report, March 2018 (Erin Winters)

“Pregnant Employee Who Rested or Slept on Break Advances Claims” SHRM Court Report, February 2018 (Erin Winters)

“Reassignment of Job Duties Did Not Violate FMLA” SHRM Court Report, January 2018 (Erin Winters)

“Man’s Sexual and Religious Harassment Claims Advance” SHRM Court Report, December 2017 (Erin Winters)

“$775,000 Settlement Approved for Failure to Compensate for Preshift Work” SHRM Court Report, October 2017 (Erin Winters)

“Employee Challenges Change in Duties After FMLA Leave” SHRM Court Report, October 2017 (Erin Winters)

“Termination Due to Lack of Desired Skills Not Age Bias” SHRM Court Report, March 2017 (Erin Winters)

“Work Transferred to Mexico Must Be Returned Stateside” SHRM Court Report, September 2016 (Erin Winters)

“Indirect Evidence of Bias Enough to Send Sex Discrimination Claim to Trial” SHRM Court Report, March 2016 (Erin Winters)

“Evidence of Decision-Maker Bias Supports Age Discrimination Claim” SHRM Court Report, September 2015 (Erin Winters)

“Retail Workers Bill of Rights: What Employers Need to Know” Corporate Counsel Magazine/, July 2015 (Erin Winters)

“Back to School: Child Labor Laws” Corporate Counsel Magazine/, August 2014 (Erin Winters)

“Reformation of Retirement Plan Does Not Require Showing of Actual Harm” SHRM Court Report, March 2014 (Erin Winters)

“California Courts Look to Unconscionability Arguments to Find Employment Arbitration Agreements Unenforceable” Employment Practices Liability Consultant (EPLiC), January 2014 (Erin Winters)

“When the ICE Man Cometh for Immigration Compliance” Corporate Counsel Magazine/, November 2013 (Erin Winters, co-author)

“EEOC Identifies Enforcement Priorities” Alameda County Bar Association Update, September 2013 (Erin Winters)

“Brewer v. Premier Golf Properties: Punitive Damages Are Not Recoverable in Action for Meal/RestBreaks, Minimum Wage and Pay Stub Violations,” Bender’s California Labor & Employment Bulletin, June 2009 (Maureen Bogue)

“Employers Must Comply with San Francisco’s New Health Care Security Ordinance Despite Legal Challenge,” Bender’s California Labor & Employment Bulletin, April 2008 (Maureen Bogue, co-author)

California Supreme Court Holds Class Action Waivers Are Subject to Scrutiny, California Labor & Employment Law Review, January 2008 (Erin Winters)

Identity Theft: Is Proof of Actual Damages Necessary to Collect Liquidated or Statutory Damages? The Privacy & Data Protection Legal Reporter, 2006 (Erin Winters)