Miller Canfield Hosts Employment Law Seminar for Employers on October 29 in Troy
Seminar Features Guest Speaker David A. Brandon, Chairman and CEO, Domino’s Pizza
The law firm of Miller Canfield will host its “Annual Employment Law Seminar” on Thursday, October 29, from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, Michigan (811 W. Square Lake Road). The firm has assembled labor and employment lawyers from the U.S. and Canada to provide insight and offer practical solutions to some of the most pressing issues employers are facing today, such as managing a global workforce and running a business in a down economy.
The day begins with discussions on Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Law, best practices for the upcoming flu season, and guest speaker, David A. Brandon, chairman of the board and CEO of Domino’s Pizza, Inc., on making Michigan the comeback state.
Interactive presentations will provide important legal updates on a wide range of topics for human resource professionals, corporate counsel, and business executives who need to stay current on labor and employment laws, regulations and practices. The afternoon sessions include:
• Running Your Business in a Bad Economy
• Reducing Employee Absenteeism
• Managing a Global Workforce
• Employee Handbooks and Personnel Policies
• COBRA, HIPAA, ARRA – A Roadmap for Health Plan Acronyms
• Employee Free Choice Act
The all-day seminar begins with a continental breakfast and includes lunch. Cost is $95 per person; $80 for each additional attendee from the same company. Attendees will receive seminar materials on a complimentary flash drive. For an additional $25, attendees may purchase a hard-copy binder containing all seminar materials. Register online at www.millercanfield.com/EmploymentLawSeminar or contact Virginia Herrick at 313.496.7548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miller Canfield has one of the largest groups of labor and employment law specialists in the state of Michigan. The firm is known for its services to public and private sector employers, including school districts, colleges and universities, including: traditional labor law; employment benefits and tax issues; preventative employment relations and counseling; litigation and dispute resolution; and public and governmental entities contracting, compliance and reporting.