RSVP for February Seminar at Saper Law: Hiring and Firing

Saper Law often receives inquiries related to employment law issues.  For example:

  • This employee is awful.  How do I get rid of her?
  • How should I properly hire and fire employees, and what accounting issues do I have to worry about?
  • What policies should I have in place?
  • What benefits do I have to give my employees?
  • Do I need to carry any kind of insurance?

Just as often, we also receive inquiries related to post­-employment law issues. For example:

  • How do I make sure that former employees won’t steal my secrets or my customers?
  • Are non-competes really enforceable?
  • What is wrong with California law, seriously?

To delve into these issues in detail, we are inviting Charles Krugel, of Charles A. Krugel, Labor and Employment Law, & Marc Pullman, of Pullman and Gotkin, to speak at our February seminar.

Charles Krugel is an experienced, management-side, labor & employment attorney & litigator, & a small business person himself.  He will help you understand the litigation process & costs by sharing examples of real cases he’s litigated & resolved.http://www.charlesakrugel.com/

Aaron Midler is a Saper Law associate whose practice focuses on a variety of business and intellectual property related matters.  He will help you understand the considerations that go into drafting effective non-compete/non-solicit agreements and will highlight cases that Saper Law has litigated around these issues.

Marc Pullman is an experienced transactional attorney who has previously worked with a number of multi-national corporations.  He will help you understand the basic ins and outs of employment-related transactions and provide guidance on creating employee policies that will help your business run smoothly. http://www.pullmanlaw.com/index.php/template

Join us for an enlightening panel discussion and networking afterward!

DETAILS:
Date and Time: February 19, 2013, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Location : Saper Law Offices, LLC 505 N Lasalle, Suite 350
Cost: $10 with online registration: http://hiringandfiring.eventbrite.com, $25 at the door

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