Stop Problem Behavior Without Inviting a Lawsuit
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Managing problem employees in a litigious society is difficult - but retaining underperformers, troublemakers, and those who abuse their benefits is not the solution. This guide will show you how to identify and cure problem behavior, as well as how to create documentation that will keep employers out of the courtroom. Enhance productivity in the workplace while avoiding legal hazards - order today!
10:00 am to 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time
Presenters: Daniel L. Marks, Julie A. Pace and David A. Selden
DANIEL L. MARKS is an attorney with the employment law practice group at Gammage & Burnham PLC. Mr. Marks' practice focuses on employment litigation, human resource issues, and corporate matters. He regularly represents and advises employers in matters involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Arizona Civil Rights Division, the National Labor Relations Board, the Department of Labor, trade secrets, restrictive covenants, business disputes, workplace torts, and options and investigations regarding employee complaints. Mr. Marks' business and corporate practice includes entity formation, preparation of buy-sell agreements, commercial litigation matters, breach of fiduciary duty claims, real estate disputes, and registering, maintaining, and protecting intellectual property protections on a state and federal level. He received his J.D. degree, with distinction, from the University of Nebraska College of Law. At Nebraska, he was published by the Nebraska Law Review Bulletin and received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in pretrial litigation, remedies & damages; and criminal procedure. Mr. Marks was a member of the law school's national trial team, a finalist in the law school's first-year client counseling competition, and a semi-finalist in the school's Grether moot court competition. Because of his contributions to the law school's advocacy programs, he was admitted to the Order of Barristers. Mr. Marks received his B.A. degree in history, magna cum laude, from the University of Arizona.
JULIE A. PACE is a member with Gammage & Burnham PLC. She concentrates her practice on employment law, handbooks, drug and alcohol policies, I-9 and E-Verify compliance, OSHA, independent contractor and alleged misclassification issues with DES and other government agencies; and defends claims of sexual harassment, employment discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower, and wrongful discharge; and against charges by the EEOC or ACRD. Ms. Pace handles matters involving OSHA, ICE, OFCCP, EBSA, DOL, NLRB, ADA, FMLA, and wage and hour laws. She regularly provides training to companies, and conducts and assists with investigations. Ms. Pace earned her B.S. degree, magna cum laude, as well as her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Arizona State University College of Law.
DAVID A. SELDEN is a member with Gammage & Burnham PLC, in Phoenix, Arizona, where he represents employers in a wide variety of employment law matters and litigation. He is the author of several of Arizona's employment laws, including the landmark 1996 Employment Protection Act, the constructive discharge law; the 2011 drug testing legislation; and 2012, 2013, and 2016 laws regarding independent contractor determinations. Mr. Selden is co-editor-in-chief of several books on employment law, including Arizona and Federal Employment Law: An Employer's Guide, and Employment Verification-Immigration, Form I-9 and E-Verify, published by the American Chamber of Commerce Resources. He has been quoted in numerous publications on employment law and immigration issues, including The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, The New York Times, CNN and FOX News. Mr. Selden earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees from George Washington University and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University.