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Ogletree Deakins International Video Series: Anti-Harassment

Authors: Diana J. Nehro (New York City), Bonnie Puckett (Atlanta)

Published Date: October 10, 2017

In the third video of our four-part series, international practitioners Diana Nehro and Bonnie Puckett return to cover anti-discrimination and anti-harassment rules around the world. Play the video below for a succinct discussion of the top challenges for in-house counsel implementing anti-harassment measures abroad. Diana and Bonnie also share their top five recommended steps for U.S.-based in-house counsel to take in order to reconcile their desire for an inclusive, tolerant culture with other countries’ laws that may conflict.


Diana J. Nehro  (New York City)

Diana J. Nehro
Ms. Nehro is the Deputy to the Chair of the International Practice Group of Ogletree Deakins and is based in the firm’s Boston office. She also serves as a chair of the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group. Ms. Nehro assists clients in efficiently and effectively managing international labor and employment issues in an ever-expanding global economy. Ms. Nehro has experience in advising multinational clients in connection with the establishment and management of...

Bonnie Puckett  (Atlanta)

Bonnie Puckett
Bonnie Puckett leads the firm’s Asia-Pacific practice, advising on all types of cross-border and global employment matters within the Asia region and worldwide. Some of her major work includes preparing contracts, handbooks, and corporate policies designed for worldwide as well as country-specific use. Bonnie develops business-practical solutions for employers confronting various international challenges from onboarding, to compensation structure, to performance management, to...

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