With dozens of states and the federal government passing minimum-wage increases, Carolyn D. Richmond can look forward to a very busy 2007 as she works to keep her multistate restaurant clients compliant. Richmond is a labor attorney at Seyfarth Shaw LLP in New York, a full-service, multispecialty law firm with more than 700 attorneys in 10 cities. Richmond is national co-chair of her firm’s Restaurant Employment Practices Group, where she and her colleagues specialize in defending ...

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