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    May Breakfast Meeting - 2018 Employment Law Update for MD, VA and DC

    Date: May 16, 2018, 6:45am – 9:00am
    Organizer:
    Suzanne Motta, Program Director
    Location:
    NOTE: LOCATION CHANGE FOR THIS MEETING!!
    Hilton Rockville Hotel & Executive Meeting Center
    1750 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852
    COMPLEMENTARY PARKING WILL BE PROVIDED
    Price:
    Member $25; Non Member $35; Student $20; Walk-In $50
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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    2017-2018 Employment Law Update for Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. The presentation will take a tour of the key state and federal cases that most impact the day-to-day lives of Human Resource Professionals. It will also include an update on important federal, state and local legislation that impacts human resources professionals and their employers.  The session will help human resources professionals stay abreast of the latest legal developments and the practical impact that such developments have on the workplace.

    Presenter: Jim Hammerschmidt, Paley Rothman

    Jim Hammerschmidt is Co-President of Paley Rothman, Co-Chair of the Employment Law group, and a member of its Litigation and Appellate Practice groups. His practice includes a range of commercial, corporate, and employment counseling and litigation, but his primary task is listening. The first thing Jim does when meeting with a client asks, “What is your goal?” In doing this, Jim is able to determine the client’s expectations and whether we will be able to meet them. Only then can he really set about meeting his clients’ business needs.

    Jim has extensive experience representing and counseling clients on employment law issues. He represents clients in federal and state court, as well as before agencies such as the EEOC, Department of Labor, and local and state human rights commissions and labor departments. He handles claims arising under Title VII, ERISA, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, ADEA, Wage Payment and Collection Law, and Wage and Hour Law statutes, including class actions. Jim’s clients often need counseling and litigation on a wide range of employment issues, such as breach of contract, wrongful termination, trade secret claims, and non-competition and non-solicitation agreements. In addition to litigation, Jim provides daily advice to clients dealing with difficult employees and employee discipline, and his role as Co-President of the firm puts him in a unique position to apply his internal experience to client issues. He also routinely assists clients in developing and implementing employment policies and practices, drafting employee manuals and preparing employment agreements.

    Jim’s general civil litigation and appellate practice include matters involving real estate, land development, breach of contract, trusts and estates, construction, shareholder disputes, business disputes, protection of trade secrets and confidential information among many others. His critical attention to detail and access to a strong litigation department puts clients at ease, knowing they are receiving high-quality representation.

    Thank you to our sponsor!

     

    AGENDA:

    6:45-7:30 -  Breakfast, chapter business, and networking

    7:30-9:00 -  Seminar

    Registration is now closed. Walk-Ins welcome.