Kirkland & Ellis partner Kate Vera has recently made a move to McDermott, Will & Emery, where she now assumes the role of head of its New York employee benefits and executive compensation practice. Vera brings with her extensive knowledge and experience in the field, making her a valuable addition to the team at McDermott, Will & Emery.
This move comes as part of McDermott, Will & Emery's efforts to strengthen its employee benefits and executive compensation practice and expand its presence in New York. With Vera's expertise, the firm aims to provide exceptional services to its clients and further establish itself as a leader in the field.
In recent news, it was reported that two-pound containers of Kirkland chicken tortilla soup from Costco were mislabeled as gluten-free, according to the USDA. This highlights the importance of accurate labeling and the potential risks associated with mislabeling food products. Consumers should always double-check product labels and ensure that they are getting the correct information.