New FLSA Changes, Social Media Issues, Updates on Non-Compete Agreements, and More
In order to mitigate litigation risks, you need to stay on top of the latest rules and regulations. Is your knowledge up to par? This online seminar delves into what you need to know to address hot-button employment law issues. From recent court cases to complex wage and hour issues regarding remote work arrangements, gain the insights necessary to prevent future problems. Register today!
Stay informed of the latest wage and hour law developments.
Discover essential guidelines for monitoring social media use.
Stay up to date on recent NLRB decisions and guidance.
Uncover practical guidance for firing employees for misconduct outside of the workplace.
Review recent updates regarding non-compete, non-disclosure, and non-solicit agreements.
FLSA and Ohio Wage and Hour Law Updates
Social Media Issues in the Workplace
NLRB and State Labor Law Updates
Disciplining and Terminating Employees for Off-Duty Misconduct: Legal Essentials
Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, and Non-Disclosure Agreements - Current Developments
NEAL SHAH is a member of Frost Brown Todd LLC. He focuses his practice in labor and employment law. Mr. Shah has represented employers in single plaintiff and class and collective action litigation claims under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the American's with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, and various other federal and state employment laws. He also regularly advises employers on compliance with laws governing hiring, discipline, compensation, termination, and other employment practices. He is a member of the Ohio State, Cincinnati, and American bar associations. Mr. Shah earned his B.A. degree from Emory University and his J.D. degree from Boston College Law School.
THOMAS N. SPYKER is an attorney with Reminger Co., L.P.A., where he practices in the areas of governmental/public entity liability and employment litigation. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Spyker was a federal police officer for ten years. During that time, he was a union leader, working on grievances, unfair labor practices, and collective bargaining. Now, Mr. Spyker uses this experience and insight to advise employers on a wide range of legal issues, including proactive steps to prevent liability exposure. Mr. Spyker represents employers of all sizes in court across the state of Ohio and before the EEOC, OCRC, NLRB, and other administrative bodies. He is admitted to practice in the state of Ohio and the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio; Northern District of Ohio; and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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