Employment Seminar: Law & Order – Understanding the Employer's Liability

Complimentary Seminar

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Increased federal and state enforcement actions over the past three years have resulted in various civil, criminal, and governmental penalties. The 2012 Lindquist & Vennum Employment Law Seminar will update you on recent developments in employment and benefits law.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 
7:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Oak Ridge Country Club 
700 Oak Ridge Road 
Hopkins, MN 55305

Application for CLE credit has been submitted.

Seminar Agenda

8:00-9:30 AM 
Opening Session

  • The Employer’s New Risks, Penalties and Liabilities in the Workplace
  • Claims in the Workplace: Who & What Insurance Will and Won’t Cover
  • White Collar Crimes: How to Protect the Business

9:40-11:30 AM TRACK 1 
Hot Topics in Employee Benefits

  • New Liabilities for Your 401(k) Plan and How to Avoid Them
  • What Should I Do Now with My 401(k) Plan Fee Disclosures
  • Health Care Reform: Summary of Benefits and Coverages and More

9:40-11:30 AM TRACK 2 
Hot Topics in Employment Law

  • Hiring Process Pitfalls: Misusing Social Media, and New NLRB and EEOC Mandates
  • Dealing with ICE
  • Drugs, Guns, and Embezzlement: Handling Crimes in the Workplace

11:30 AM-12:30 PM 
Lunch & Roundtable Discussion with Presenters


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