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Surveying the Workplace Law Landscape: Fall Conference Schedule

  • June 12, 2003

To help employers respond to new workplace issues such as wage and hour collective actions, difficult employee leaves, harassment and discrimination, and corporate ethical standards, Jackson Lewis is sponsoring its fall schedule of annual employment law conferences:

September 25, 2003

Pittsburgh Marriott City Center

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Program Coordinator: Mitzie Slagel Novak, 412-232-0236; email

October 16, 2003

Raddison Hotel & Suites Fairfield

Fairfield, New Jersey

Program Coordinator: Susan Carrigan, 973-451-6309; email

November 5, 2003

NY Marriott Marquis

New York, New York

Program Coordinator: Elaine Curling, 212-545-4000; email

The program in each location is a full day of discussion and interactive workshops with an emphasis on best legal compliance practices in human resources administration and employee relations.

For more program details and registration information, please contact the program coordinators, or visit the events section of our website.

©2003 Jackson Lewis P.C. This material is provided for informational purposes only. It is not intended to constitute legal advice nor does it create a client-lawyer relationship between Jackson Lewis and any recipient. Recipients should consult with counsel before taking any actions based on the information contained within this material. This material may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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