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    Hot Topics in Employment Law: HRMA Princeton's Annual Legal Seminar

    Date: March 21, 2017, 8:00am – 12:00pm
    HRMA Princeton
    New Jersey Hospital Association Conference Center
    760 Alexander Rd., Princeton, NJ 08543

    Check-in and breakfast start at 8:00 AM.
    The seminar will begin at 9:00 AM
    Advance registration is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome at the door, Cash & Check Only: HRMA members $60, non-members $70.
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    **This program is approved for 2.5 general credits by the HRCI and 2.5 professional development credits by SHRM**


    On Tuesday, March 21, 2017 please join employment law experts Ian W. Siminoff, Esq. and Mark Tabakman, of Fox Rothschild LLP, a national law firm, with over 750 attorneys, for the Chapter’s annual half-day legal event, as they update our HR community on significant legal and legislative developments at the State and Federal levels during the past year.  This popular event provides HR professionals with critical, timely information which will enable them to address and develop legally compliant HR policy and practice.

    Our Speakers:

    (1) Ian Siminoff has focused his practice for the past eighteen (18) years on representing employers exclusively in federal, state and administrative courts throughout the country. His experience includes the representation of employers in cases alleging sexual harassment, pregnancy, age, race, sex, disability and national origin discrimination, violation of non-compete and confidentiality agreements, and retaliation.

    (2) Mark Tabakman is a labor and employment lawyer who handles both union and non-union matters for employers across the country.  He counsels human resource professionals and in-house counsel in complying with the myriad federal/state employment laws to provide creative, practical and cost-effective solutions to employment issues and problems.  Mark concentrates in wage-hour law.  In that regard, he has extensive wage-hour experience and has represented more than 200 clients before the United States and many state Departments of Labor on misclassification (i.e., white collar exemptions, independent contractor), working time, child labor and other issues.  Mark also has a strong background in traditional labor law.  He has acted as Chief Spokesperson at numerous labor negotiations; arbitrated numerous cases involving both wrongful discharge and contract interpretation claims; and defended employers in numerous NLRB proceedings, representational and unfair labor practice.

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