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Attention Multi-State Employers – State Employment Laws Ripe for Change

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Program Overview:

Please join us to learn about the growing trend of state initiatives expanding employee protections and implementing new employer requirements. These affect many aspects of the employment relationship, including recruiting, hiring, training, leave, accommodation, compensation, and dispute resolution. We will discuss recently enacted and upcoming employment law changes by topic and state. We will help employers, especially those with multi-state operations, prepare for and comply with these developments.

Speaker:

Otto Immel
Partner
Quarles & Brady LLP

Who Should Attend:

This training is designed for in-house counsel, executives, HR professionals, and hiring managers. Quarles & Brady reserves the right to limit or restrict attendance to the program.

CLE:

We will apply for 1.0 hours of continuing legal education credit in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. We will issue a Certificate of Attendance to Arizona attendees as the State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. We will issue a Certificate of Attendance to District of Columbia attendees as the District of Columbia Bar does not have a Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement.

If you are a member of another jurisdiction that does not honor CLE credit from AZ, DC, FL, IL, IN, MN, VA, or WI, we will be happy to provide the materials needed in order for you to apply for CLE credit. Please contact Jennifer Michalski, Quarles & Brady's CLE Coordinator at [email protected].

A certificate of attendance will be provided for HR professionals who self-report continuing education.

Questions?

Please contact Meg Smeck at 602-230-4615 or [email protected].


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