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Upcoming Events

  • San Francisco Breakfast Briefing
    2.28.17

    Please join us on Tuesday, February 28 as Fisher Phillips attorney Jason Brown provides a briefing on the state of California’s workplace laws in 2017 and predictions of how the laws will change over the next four years.

  • Louisville WILC Event
    3.2.17

    Fisher Phillips Women’s Initiative & Leadership Council cordially invites you to attend our inaugural Louisville event at the beautifully renovated Speed Art Museum.

  • 3.9.17

    Join Paycor and Fisher Phillips for a Business Leader Summit. If you are a business owner, human resources professional, or anyone who manages employees, this is the seminar for you. In a legal climate that is ever-changing, it is important to know how to avoid or at least mitigate legal exposure.

  • 3.9.17

    The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, Roper Insurance and Fisher Phillips invite you to attend our Human Resources Academy, which occurs on the second Thursday of every month. Our presentations are designed for business owners, managers, supervisors, HR professionals, and in-house attorneys who must deal with real life workplace issues that have real legal consequences.

  • Presented by Fisher Phillips and the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association
    3.13.17

    Are you nervous – or at least curious – about how the Trump administration will impact your hospitality workplace?

  • Webinar
    3.14.17

    Please join Fisher Phillips attorneys Kathleen Caminiti and Seth Kaufman for a webinar presentation that explores the New York Achieve Pay Equity Act (APEA) and its impact on employers doing business in the state of New York.

  • 3.15.17

    This half day conference will explore legal issues such as handling employees who behave badly, lawful pay practices, avoiding employee-related government investigations, and proactive solutions to protect your trade secrets.

  • What Employers Need to Know About the New Form I-9
    3.17.17

    After January 21, 2017, all previous versions of Form I-9 will be invalid. Are you ready for the change? Properly completing and maintaining I-9 employment eligibility verification forms for each employee is a critical element of every employer’s regulatory compliance. Why? Because I-9 compliance errors can be very costly and can include jail time for employers who knowingly hire undocumented workers (not to mention legal fees and lost productivity).

  • 2017 Webinar Series
    Bimonthly

    Join Tampa-based attorneys Theresa Gallion and Brett Owens for complimentary webinar series targeting the biggest labor and employment issues in 2017. Get the information that every employer needs to know to stay connected and fully compliant!

  • Webinar
    3.24.17

    OSHA’s new drug testing and anti-retaliation rule, which alters the circumstances when drug testing can be conducted and reemphasizes the protections for employees to report injury and illnesses without fear of retaliation, is now in effect. The final rule, which has likely led to more calls to our firm than any other change we’ve seen in years, contains key provisions of which employers should be aware.

  • 3.30.17

    Whistleblower issues present very real challenges to management and human resources professionals. This is acutely true in New Jersey, which prides itself on having the most comprehensive and protective whistleblower statute in the country. The damage that can be inflicted to organizations’ business operations, public perception, and bottom line is substantial if handled improperly. 

  • Fisher Phillips Breakfast Briefing
    4.4.17

    Higher Education institutions face a variety of challenges in the employment arena, and as laws and regulations evolve, human resources staff and legal counsel are tasked with keeping up to date on the changes and the practical aspects of implementation of these changes.

  • April 5, September 13 & November 5

    It’s never too late to go back to school. Join Fisher Phillips for the 2017 Human Resources and Employment Law Academy, a three-part series providing practical guidance on important issues facing human resources professionals. 

  • Trump’s First 100 Day Impact on Employment Regulations
    4.11.17

    Now that the presidential race is over, there is much talk about how the new administration’s initiatives will affect employers. President Trump’s statements and his appointment of business leaders into prominent posts provide tantalizing indications about what may lie ahead for employers.

  • It’s Never Too Late To Comply
    3.21.17 - 4.12.17

    Harassment training for supervisors has always been a good idea; now it is required by law. AB 1825 (Now Government Code Section 12950.1) requires that all California employers with 50 or more employees provide at least two hours of harassment avoidance training to all supervisors once every two years. Moreover, new supervisors or newly promoted supervisors must receive the required training within six months of hire or promotion.

  • 4.13.17

    The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, Roper Insurance and Fisher Phillips invite you to attend our Human Resources Academy, which occurs on the second Thursday of every month. Our presentations are designed for business owners, managers, supervisors, HR professionals, and in-house attorneys who must deal with real life workplace issues that have real legal consequences.

  • 4.19.17

    The labor and employment attorneys from Fisher Phillips are presenting practical solutions to workplace problems for anyone who handles employee complaints, manages employees or makes decisions impacting the workplace.

  • Webinar
    4.20.17

    The late 80s and 90s were the beginning of employers’ battles with unlawful drugs and the creation of a host of new regulations by the DOT and numerous states.

  • Women Leaders: Lawyers Learning the Business of Business
    May 3-4, 2017

    As a Diamond Sponsor of the Ascent 2017 Conference -Women Leaders: Lawyers Learning the Business of Business,  Fisher Phillips invites you to this upcoming continuing legal education program designed specifically for emerging law department leaders seeking to accelerate their career trajectory.

  • 5.9.17

    Since the election, there has been much talk about the new administration’s initiatives. With inauguration day upon us, we will move from speculation to reality. Join our experts for their analysis on the what we have learned from the first 100 days and the impact this will have on your business.

  • Fisher Phillips Seminar
    5.19.17

    The labor and employment attorneys from Fisher Phillips are presenting practical solutions to workplace problems for anyone who manages employees or makes decisions impacting the workplace.

Past Events

  • Partnered with the Colorado Technology Association
    2.23.17

    Employers are facing increasingly competitive environments for hiring foreign talent and ensuring proper work authorization for all employees, US and foreign workers alike. Join immigration and employment law attorneys, Jocelyn Campanaro and Darin Mackender, from Fisher Phillips, for a seminar designed to help employers navigate the changing landscape of immigration laws and stay in compliance under the new administration.

  • Webinar
    2.22.17

    This webinar will discuss what we’ve learned about OSHA’s focus under the Trump Administration, as well as lessons from 2016. While some enforcement focuses will change, and once an Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA takes the helm, that change will increase. But many newer compliance obligations will remain.

  • Los Angeles Breakfast Briefing
    2.21.17

    Join us for breakfast and a discussion on a hot HR topic. This complimentary event is a great opportunity to network and talk with other HR professionals and our expert lawyers in an informal and collaborative setting to get the information you need to stay in the know.

  • A Fisher Phillips Memphis Breakfast Series Seminar
    2.16.17

    The loss of key business personnel is inevitable. Your strongest salesperson invariably can catch a competitor’s eye. The account manager, who knows in detail the pricing and profit margins needed to succeed, will want to try her hand in a new arena. The problem occurs when these employees take the trade secrets, confidential information and goodwill with your customer base to a competitor for its benefit. When this defection occurs, every aspect of your business that you have worked so hard to create is at risk

  • Fisher Phillips & ADP Breakfast Briefing
    2.15.17

    Discussing all the new laws, regulations and cases affecting employers in 2017 and years to come. The new year brings many new laws and regulations that will affect businesses in some way.

Media Inquiries

Media Inquiries
Kevin Sullivan
Chief Marketing Officer
Tel: (404) 240-4248
Cell: (678) 612-4636
ksullivan@fisherphillips.com 

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