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Fisher & Phillips New Jersey Law Office To Present Employment Law Seminar

When

Monday, Apr. 29, 2013
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Where

Hilton Short Hills 41 JFK Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078 Directions

Description

The New Jersey office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, one of the nation’s leading law firms in the field of labor and employment, is hosting its third annual “One Day, Many Solutions” seminar where attorneys will address important employment law changes and challenges facing employers this year.

The one-day seminar will benefit anyone with responsibility for managing people and policies impacting the workplace. Last year, presidents, CEOs, COOs, CFOs, human resource professionals and in-house counsel came away with practical and actionable advice.

A variety of leading employment law attorneys will present on topics including:

• Accommodations & the ADA
• Healthcare Reform for the HR Professional
• The Future of Labor and Employment Law
• Ten Things to Do When You Get Back to Your Office
• Local Issues in Labor and Employment
• Sex, Lies and INVESTIGATE THIS!

7.2 continuing education credits for attorneys (CLE) have been applied for in New Jersey and New York. Additionally, this program is eligible for HR Certification Institute credit.

Sponsors

Fisher & Phillips

Price

Event Price: $165.00 Additional Information: The registration fee is $165 per person and includes continental breakfast and lunch. For organizations with multiple attendees, the registration fee is discounted to $125 per person. 7.2 continuing education credits for attorneys (CLE) have been applied for in New Jersey and New York. Additionally, this program is eligible for HR Certification Institute credit.

Website

Event Website: http://www.laborlawyers.com/2013seminars Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Human Resources

Event Type

Seminar

Contact Information

Charles Varon seminars@laborlawyers.com Phone: (404) 760-7987

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