The Chamber's annual labor law seminar on April 7 will explore new trends and hot topics in labor and employment litigation, including an update on employment of foreign nationals by U.S. and international companies.
The 18th annual Labor Law Seminar, "Employment Litigation: Strategies to Prevent Trouble and To Prevail in Court," is set for 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, April 7, at CityPlace. To register, visit www.dallaschamber.org/workforce or call Shel Anderson at 214-746-6734.
Sponsored by the Chamber and Haynes and Boone, LLP, the seminar will feature experts who will address potentially serious employment litigation that can tie up significant corporate resources.
The segment, "Immigration Law in 2006: For Better or Worse? " will examine topical and practical issues arising from recent changes in statutes and procedures.
The event provides licensed Texas Bar Association attorneys with 6.50 credits toward their CLE requirements. HR professionals will receive 5.0 HRCI credits.