Taft attorneys Heather Jackson and Rachel Schaller authored an article for Workforce titled "Hot Latte With a Shot of Notice and Chance to Dispute," which was published on Jan. 2. The article discusses how FCRA notices should contain clear and reasonable deadlines for disputing the accuracy of background investigation reports.
Jackson is co-chair of Taft's Employment practice. She has a background in commercial litigation, with an emphasis on employment law and class action defense. Jackson has been involved in the litigation of a wide range of employment-related disputes, including the enforcement of restrictive covenants, wage and hour claims and employment discrimination claims. She also routinely counsels clients regarding employment decisions, such as hiring, discipline and firing of employees, as well as the implementation and modification of employment policies.
Schaller focuses her practice on employment and commercial litigation. She has experience litigating on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of state and federal matters, including employment disputes, class actions, breach of contract, fraud, constitutional law, creditor’s rights, real estate, health care and professional malpractice.