Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay presented “The Regulatory and Legal Challenges Facing HR Experts,” during a live session hosted by the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers on Thursday, August 7 in Chicago.
Jason Tremblay presents Is Your Noncompete Enforceable? Tips and Traps in Drafting and Enforcing Noncompete Agreements
Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay presented “Is Your Noncompete Enforceable? Tips and Traps in Drafting and Enforcing Noncompete Agreements,” during a live webinar hosted by the American Bar Association on Tuesday, July 29. During this presentation, Mr. Tremblay discussed key considerations in drafting and enforcing noncompete agreements.
Chicago Partners Thomas Conley and Norman Jeddeloh recently co-authored the “Annotated Model Physician-Group Practice Employment Agreement” for the American Medical Association. This book is a valuable resource for physicians, group practice owners and professional advisors who want to be prepared to negotiate employment agreements.
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Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay presented, "Human Resources Best Practices" on May 12 to the Illinois CPA Society - Industry and Business Forum. He spoke before approximately 30 accountants on a wide range of human resource related topics, such as best hiring practices, proper discipline and termination and handling disabilities in the workplace.
Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay presented to the Illinois CPA Society on April 16 at a chapter event called, “Human Resource Best Practices.” Mr. Tremblay's presentation was called, “Best Practices for Managing Your Accounting Practice.”
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Arnstein & Lehr Miami Partner Harley Storrings is publishes an article titled, "Should employers worry about March Madness?" in the South Florida Business Journal on March 24. The article relays situations in which March Madness could be a liability for the employer such as: illegal gambling issues, discrimination issues, or loss of workplace productivity.
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Arnstein & Lehr Fort Lauderdale Partner Lori Adelson was interviewed by Fox Business on March 7 regarding workplace bullying. Ms. Adelson mentioned if she was a victim of bullying, she would speak up to management, but the problem is management can be the lead in bullying as well. Bullying is not illegal, but some situations could lead to civil or criminal charges, if there is racial discrimination involved.
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Arnstein & Lehr Fort Lauderdale Partner Lori Adelson was interviewed on South Florida radio station WIOD February 21. The segment discussed how bullying in the workplace is a discrimination issue and could be a safety issue. Some situations could also lead to civil or criminal charges, especially if there is racial discrimination involved in that bullying.
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Arnstein & Lehr Miami Partner Harley Storrings was quoted in an article by Society for Human Resource Management on February 11 regarding stricter policies for office romances. The article is titled, “On Valentine’s Day, Bring Cupcakes, Not the Tiffany Necklace.” Within the article, Mr. Storrings offers advice on giving office gifts during Valentine’s Day. Mr. Storrings was also interviewed in a Business News Daily article on February 13 titled, “Flirting with Trouble: Office Romances Can Prove Costly.” The article discusses how office romances could affect employee morale and cause potential legal issues. Mr. Storrings comments on how easily a sexual harassment charge could pertain to employees who do not report to each other. Last week, Mr. Storrings was interviewed on WIOD News Radio, South Florida’s news, traffic and weather station. During the interview, he describes the legalities behind an office romance. The story was aired throughout the week up until Valentine’s Day.
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Arnstein & Lehr LLP Chicago Partner Jason Tremblay recently authored “Medical marijuana comes to Illinois – What it means for Illinois employers,” which will be featured in the January issue of the Illinois State Bar Association’s “Best of Newsletters” column. It was originally published in the December issue of the Illinois State Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law newsletter. In August, Governor Pat Quinn signed into effect the “Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act,” which takes effect January 1, 2014. Mr. Tremblay clearly outlines the details of the law and provides employers with advice on how to adapt their policies accordingly.
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