Events

What Keeps You Up at Night?

Hot Topics in Domestic & International Labor & Employment Law

June 21, 2013

Registration & Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Program
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Sheppard Mullin
Three First National Plaza
70 West Madison Street
48th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602
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Sheppard Mullin's Labor and Employment Practice Group presents:

What Keeps You Up at Night?
An in-depth discussion of developments and hot topics in domestic and international labor and employment law

This breakfast briefing will cover recent developments in and best practices for drafting executive level employment agreements. In particular, this program will address the importance of properly constructed “for cause” and “good reason” severance triggers. In addition, the panel will cover employee mobility issues and apply “lessons learned” for drafting enforceable restrictive covenants, such as non-competes, non-solicits and confidentiality provisions.

The panelists will discuss the latest developments in arbitration agreements and class action waivers.

The program will also focus on new employment laws in China, Mexico and France, as well as providing an overview on employment laws related to hiring and firing outside of the US.

You will be able to ask questions and participate in a lively discussion featuring Sheppard Mullin’s International Employment and Mobility Law attorneys:

  • Brian S. Arbetter, Partner
  • Kevin M. Cloutier, Partner
  • Greg S. Labate, Partner
  • Terese M. Connolly, Associate
  • Katie Diggins, Associate

Who should attend?  In house counsel and HR executives.

MCLE

This activity complies with standards for Minimum Continuing Legal Education prescribed by the California State Bar and is approved for 1.5 hours of MCLE credit. Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This program is pending approval for 1.5 hours of MCLE prescribed by the State Bar of Illinois.

Questions? Contact Amanda Todd at atodd@sheppardmullin.com or 213.617.4187.