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Labor & Employment Group Participate in Conference on Federal and State Personnel Laws

October 23, 2009
John L. Ross

John L. Ross, Chair of the Labor & Employment Law Group, along with Sherry L. Travers, Elizabeth M. Marsh, J.E. "Barry" Greve, Jr. and Ryan Griffitts participated in a two-day conference for human resource professionals, business owners and managers on federal and state personnel laws. Critical issues on the agenda were Federal, State & Local Discrimination Laws & Claims; Hiring, Managing and Terminating Employees; Investigating Employee Complaints; Privacy in the Workplace; Wage, Hour and Overtime.

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