Oftentimes data analytics in a company’s diversity office goes unnoticed ... but should it?
Some diversity offices don’t see the need to ask their legal department’s advice when putting together data about the company. While there are many kinds of analytics that can be prepared, there are also many legal implications that could become a problem if not addressed early. This white paper looks at some examples of those legal implications and the importance of offering help even if it’s not requested.
John M. Bryson
Jackson Lewis P.C.
John M. Bryson II is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He specializes in diversity assessments and counseling, preparing comprehensive action plans, and related litigation issues, and is a nuclear engineer by training. He is also Co-Chair of the firm's Corporate Diversity Counseling practice group.
Mr. Bryson was recently honored with the BTI Client Service MVP Award as one of 28 nation-wide employment lawyers selected by General Counsel of the country’s largest corporations for dedication and commitment to superior client service.
Mr. Bryson has more than 30 years of experience in employment law litigation and diversity counseling, addressing complex, sophisticated enterprise-wide issues. His experience includes program management of major diversity and civil rights assessments representing a wide range of clients, from major corporations to federal/state agencies, minority and women-owned businesses, municipalities and trade associations, for diversity counseling, employment, litigation, and alternative dispute resolutions. He has advised Fortune 500 companies confronted with highly publicized charges of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, and related investigations and enforcement actions by federal and state agencies.
Mr. Bryson’s leadership experience includes sophisticated analysis of a Fortune 10 defense contractor’s employment practices and supplier diversity program; leading a comprehensive diversity assessment of a Fortune 20 healthcare company; assessing the employment and diversity programs of several Fortune 50 consumer products companies; conducting sensitive internal investigations of senior executives of a major energy company; and a multi-year assessment and report to the U.S. Department of Agriculture addressing decades-long discrimination issues.
Mr. Bryson’s litigation experience includes the areas of employment, general commercial disputes, health care, employment, insurance, pharmaceuticals, technology, procurement, telecommunications, nuclear energy, finance, and representation of municipalities on a broad range of issues. He also counsels clients on federal and state civil judicial and administrative procedure.
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