May 4, 2018
RPJ is excited to announce the publication of two new books with contributions from our team!
The long-awaited Wiley Handbook on the Aging Mind and Brain, published in March by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., includes a credited chapter written by RPJ Partner Helen Diana “Heidi” Reavis with Alison Roh Park and researched in part by RPJ Associate Allison “Ally” M. Grein, entitled, “Boomers After the Bust: Ageism and Employment Discrimination Trends After the Great Recession.” This publication, and in particular our chapter’s analysis of employment trends, is particularly timely with the 10-year anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008. Click here read more about the book.
Ms. Reavis also prepared and is credited for the business and law sections appearing in the #1 New Release The Stepmoms’ Club: How to Be a Stepmom Without Losing Your Money, Your Mind, and Your Marriage, by Kendall Rose and published by Sourcebooks. The Stepmoms’ Club, released earlier this week on May 1, is listed as the #1 New Release in Stepparenting and Blended Familes books on Amazon. RPJ personnel Isabella Kendrick and Francesca Rizzo worked with RPJ’s lawyers to assemble an additional national online resource guide and detailed glossary in The Stepmoms’ Club for readers to locate state-by-state legal resources to assist stepparents and blended families with the legal issues they encounter. Follow here to learn more.