Jason Tremblay presents The Regulatory and Legal Challenges Facing HR Experts

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.

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.

Thomas Conley and Norman Jeddeloh author physician employment guide for AMA

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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Thomas Conley and Norman Jeddeloh author physician employment guide for AMA

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.

To learn more about this publication, click here.

Jason Tremblay presents to Illinois CPA Society on human resource topics

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.

Jason Tremblay presents to Illinois CPA Society on human resource topics

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.

Jason Tremblay presents to Illinois CPA Society on managing an accounting practice

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.”

For more information, please visit the Illinois CPA Society website here.

Jason Tremblay presents to Illinois CPA Society on managing an accounting practice

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.”

For more information, please visit the Illinois CPA Society website here.

Harley Storrings is published in South Florida Business Journal on March Madness in the workplace

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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