Seminar November 10, 2016

Labor & Employment Executive Breakfast

Event Detail
Lisa H. Cassilly, Clare H. Draper, IV
November 10, 2016
Atlanta, GA

Labor & Employment Executive Breakfast

Alston & Bird will host this upcoming breakfast seminar on November 10. Alston & Bird attorneys Lisa Cassilly and Clare Draper will present the following topics.

It Is Time to Revisit Your Separation and Nondisclosure Agreements

A number of government agencies, including the SEC, EEOC and DOL, are scrutinizing and attacking agreement terms that they contend interfere with their enforcement functions. We will provide an update on the latest challenges to common contract terms and provide recommendations for revisions so that your company does not become a target of a government inquiry or action.

Preparing for the New FLSA Salary Minimum Increase – Issues and Opportunities

The new FLSA regulation increasing the minimum salary requirement for exempt employees raises a number of issues ranging from assessing potential cost to assessing potential re-classifications—and the December 1 effective date is fast approaching. The regulation also presents an opportunity to assess and correct potential misclassifications and other wage and hour problems that may be very difficult to correct at other times. We will discuss the new regulation, its application, strategies for implementation and ways to take advantage of the opportunity it provides. 

This seminar is approved for one CLE hour by the State Bar of Georgia.

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For questions, please contact heather.rainey@alston.com
 

Thursday, November 10, 2016
Registration & Breakfast: 8:15 a.m.
Program: 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Location: Alston & Bird LLP | 1201 West Peachtree Street | Atlanta, Georgia 30309

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