Stephen M. McHugh and C. Mark Kingseed, Coolidge attorneys and DBA Committee Members, co-authored an article for the May 2015 edition of the Dayton Bar Association's magazine, Dayton Bar Briefs, entitled "EEOC Making It More Difficult To Consider An Applicant's Criminal History." Click to view the article. EEOC Making it Difficult to Consider Criminal History.pdf
Many of us know the name Edward Snowden. He is the Computer specialist accused of espionage and theft of government property. He allegedly revealed large-scale domestic spying efforts conducted by the United States and British governments. As a former contractor with access to highly sensitive information, his actions caused international scandal, a manhunt, and general animosity toward the United States and its secret, sanctioned invasion of the rights of its citizens.