"We couldn't be more excited about this new chapter at One Arts Plaza as we embark on our tenth year as an agency in Dallas," Joanna Singleton, co-owner of Jackson Spalding, said in a statement. "Our team looks forward to capitalizing on the momentum of our growth in a new, dynamic environment that will inspire creativity and collaboration. "Jackson Spalding - which is based in Atlanta - is moving its local office from the Saint Paul Place building on Ross Avenue.The Dallas office serves clients including Toyota, Mattress Firm, Chick-fil-A, Dallas Regional Chamber, Altair Global and Lyda Hill Philanthropies.Dan Harris and Craig Wilson with Cushman Wakefield negotiated the lease with Sarah Hinkley and Luke Walter of Thirty-Four Commercial. Jackson Spalding is moving the ninth floor of One Arts Plaza, a building that includes office, retail and residential condominiums.Other office tenants in the building include law firm Thompson & Knight, Enlink Midstream and Civitas Capital … [Read more...] about Creative firm headed to new office in downtown Dallas’ Arts District
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By Soma Biswas WSJ Sat., Feb. 23, 2019 PG&E Corp. is planning to scrap $130 million in bonuses owed to thousands of employees. The move comes after protests from victims of several California wildfires. “We know that wildfires have created tremendous hardships and stress in the communities we serve in the last few years,” a PG&E spokesman said in an email on Friday. “PG&E’s senior management team and the company’s board of directors have made the decision not to pay out the company’s 2018 at-risk short-term incentive program.” The Journal on Friday wrote about the victims’ objections to the bonuses. The company will notify the bankruptcy court of the change soon, the spokesman said. Lawyers for victims of several California wildfires asked a bankruptcy judge this week reject PG&E’s request to pay the bonuses, saying the employees don’t deserve to be awarded for good … [Read more...] about PG&E To Scrap Employee Bonuses After Protest From Fire Victims
By Soma Biswas WSJ Fri., Feb. 22, 2019 Lawyers for victims of several California wildfires are asking a bankruptcy judge to reject Pacific Gas & Electric Co.’s request to pay $130 million in bonuses to employees, saying they don’t deserve to be awarded for good performance. In a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in San Francisco, a group of victims with claims against the utility said a bonus, by definition, is typically a reward for good performance. “However, PG&E’s safety record is appalling,” victims’ lawyers said. A PG&E spokeswoman wasn’t immediately available for comment. The objection was filed by the Singleton Law Firm, which represents a group that includes about 3,500 victims of the Butte, North Bay and Camp fires that swept through Northern California over the past four years. Article Continued Below The utility is seeking court approval of a so-called short-term incentive plan that covers … [Read more...] about Wildfire Victims Protest PG&E Bid to Pay Employee Bonuses
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