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Labor and Employment Seminar - Keys to Complying With - and Responding to - Administrative Agencies - 10.26.2011, Buffalo, NY

Join attorneys from Goldberg Segalla for the latest installment of our Over Coffee series of educational seminars that offer in-house counsel guidance and techniques for confronting and minimizing litigation. 

Wednesday, October 26, 2011
8 – 10 a.m.
The Park Country Club, 4949 Sheridan Drive
Buffalo, New York

Who Should Attend: Corporate counsel and human resource directors and administrators

This seminar is complimentary and a continental breakfast will be provided.

Speakers: Sean P. Beiter, Philip H. McIntyre, Matthew C. Van Vessem and Melanie J. Beardsley

About the Program: New York employers are subject to regulation by a number of administrative agencies, including the State and Federal Departments of Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the State Division of Human Rights. Employers must regularly interact with them in order to maintain compliance with their myriad regulations — and when such agencies come calling, it is critical for employers and their in-house counsel to be in a position to respond appropriately.

Join us for an in-depth look at recent developments at critical government agencies as well as practical tips for preparing effective administrative responses. Topics will include:

  • Beware of the new NLRB: Whether your employees have organized or not, all private sector employers must take notice of the recent decisions of the National Labor Relations Board.
  • Updates on the Family and Medical Leave Act, including the impact of New York’s Marriage Equality Act and the Federal Defense of Marriage Act.
  • Too often, employers find themselves scrambling to prepare for investigations, responding to agency complaints and participating in administrative hearings. In addition to proving valuable updates regarding the activities of several agencies, we will discuss best practices and strategies to prepare your employer for dealings with administrative agencies.

Application for CLE accreditation of this course in NY is currently pending.

Click here to register by October 21.