Plaintiff’s Attorney Perspective – What plaintiff’s attorneys look for when deciding whether or not to file a lawsuit
Christian Gabroy has been chosen to be the keynote speaker at the Defense firm of Fisher and Phillips’ annual seminar scheduled for Friday, October 11, 2019 at the at Tuscany Suites Hotel and Casino.
The majority of the audience will be HR professionals, ranging from generalists up to directors and chiefs. There will also be in-house counsel who will attend, usually about 15-20% of the crowd.
Christian will provide the perspective from the plaintiff’s point of view with an overview of what he looks for when deciding to sue employers on behalf of his clients. He will also cover what constitutes a strong case, and what does not. He will discuss when it is best to push for a trial vs. settlement. Come hear him speak and learn more about the elements of employment law.
2019 Las Vegas Labor & Employment Law Seminar
Full Seminar Agenda:
|8:30-9:00am||Registration & Breakfast|
|9:00-9:30am||Welcome & Brief Nevada Legal Update – What employers need to know going into 2020||Mark Ricciardi, Partner, Fisher Phillips|
|9:30-10:30am||Unseen Disabilities – An employer’s guide to substance abuse and mental health conditions in the workplace||Brian Bradford, Of Counsel, Fisher Phillips|
|10:45-11:45am||Immigration Compliance for Employers – From I-9 audits to ICE raids, and everything in between||Allison Kheel, Associate, Fisher Phillips|
|12:00-1:00pm||*Lunch Keynote: Plaintiff’s Attorney Perspective – What plaintiff’s attorneys look for when deciding whether or not to file a lawsuit||Christian Gabroy, Attorney at Law, Gabroy | Messer|
Track A – NLRB’s Impact on Union and Non-Union Employers – What’s Changed and What Hasn’t
Track B – To Arbitrate, or not to Arbitrate – The pros and cons of arbitration agreements and resolving employee disputes in arbitration
David Dornak, Partner, Fisher Phillips
Scott Mahoney, Partner, Fisher Phillips
|2:30-3:30pm||The Leave Law Trifecta – Managing leave under FMLA, ADA and Workers Compensation||Jocelyn Campanaro, Partner, Fisher Phillips|
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