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  • Michael G. Kane, was Inducted as a Fellow to The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, November 2019.
    Election as a Fellow is the highest recognition by ones colleagues of sustained outstanding performance in the profession, exemplifying integrity, dedication and excellence.
    With the current installation, the College is represented by more than fourteen hundred members in forty-six states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and eight Canadian Provinces.
    The College was the vision of a number of the Fellows. The idea was to further establish this profession in all its aspects as one uniquely important to the world of labor and employment law, individual rights, collective bargaining and dispute resolution. The College was established in 1995 through an initiative of the Council of The Section of Labor and Employment Law of the American Bar Association. It operates as a free standing organization recognizing those who, by long and outstanding service, have distinguished themselves as leaders in the field.
  • David Cashdan participated EEOC’s EXCEL Conference, Washington DC October 12, 2015, (EEOC Enforment – “then and now”)
  • David Cashdan, interviews William Robinson, former Dean of the University of District of Columbia Law School, for the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers video oral history of Title VII to recount the strategies and role of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the role of the EEOC’s General Counsel’s Office in the pursuing the enforcement of Title VII in the courts and developing some of the seminal caselaw, including for example, Quarles v. Phillip Morris, Griggs v. Duke Power, and Phillips v Martin Marietta.. (Oral history video to be released in the near future.) November 2014
  • David Cashdan, joins Judge Andre Davis, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Judge Bell, Maryland Court of Appeals, in celebrating the 50 Anniversary of the Civil Rights Law of 1964, University of Maryland Law School, October 2014.