STEPTOE & JOHNSON FALL LABOR SEMINAR SERIES SET TO BEGIN SOON

You read this blog because you know that it’s critical to keep up with emerging issues in labor and employment law.  If you’re interested in a deeper discussion of a few hot HR topics, consider joining us for the 2013 Steptoe & Johnson Fall Labor Seminar Series.  We offer these seminars in several cities each fall as a free service to clients and friends of our firm.  Topics this year will include a discussion of how to win (or lose) an employment case, an advanced look at the FMLA, and pointers on how to avoid drowning in the growing wave of wage and hour litigation. 

If you’re accustomed to seminars where discussions of labor and employment law are premised on (boring) outlines of statutes and regulations, you’ll find this one to be different.  We’ll base our discussions on real-world factual scenarios and help you see how the law applies instead of just telling you what it is.  We think you’ll find this new approach to be more interesting and helpful.  We’ll also give you a nice lunch, and you’ll get to spend some time with a fun bunch of people.  (Yes, lawyers can be fun people). 

The seminars will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the dates listed below.  We hope you’ll join us.  To request an invitation, simply click here

• September 12 – Canonsburg, PA at the Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe

• October 2 – Morgantown, WV at the Waterfront Place Hotel

• October 30 – Martinsburg, WV at the Martinsburg Holiday Inn

• November 22 – Beckley, WV at Tamarack

For more than 20 years, Rodney Bean has provided practical, no-nonsense advice to help leading employers develop and apply labor and human resources strategies that are both compliant and prudent. He regularly counsels employers on most aspects of federal and state employment law, and has broad experience in wage and hour compliance and affirmative action planning.
 
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