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Employment Law: Updates & Trends

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Date Published

February 12, 2016


Mecklenburg County Bar


General, Labor & Employment Law


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• The Heat is On: Hot Topics in Wage and Hour Law (1 hour) – Meredith Jeffries (Alexander Ricks;

• Employment Contracts and Non-Competes (1 hour) – Marc Gustafson (Essex Richards;

• Communicating with In-House Counsel and EPLI insurers (1 hour panel) – Miranda Zolot (TriNet;, Steve Ackermann (SPX;

• Wrongful Discharge under State and Federal law in North Carolina (1 hour) – Kevin Parsons (Parsons Summa;

• Maximizing/Minimizing Damages in Employment Cases (1 hour panel) – Jenny Sharpe (The Sharpe Law Office;; Susan Huber (Robinson Bradshaw;

• Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act in One-Half Hour (30 minutes) – Frederick M. Thurman, Jr. (Shumaker;

The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.

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Meredith Jeffries

Marc Gustafson

Maranda Zolot

Steve Ackermann

Kevin Parsons

Jenny Sharpe

Susan Huber

Frederick M. Thurman, Jr.

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 1 - Video
Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 2 - Video
Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 3 - Video
Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 4 - Video
Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 5 - Video
Employment Law: Updates & Trends, 2016 (NCSB# 71): Part 6 - Video
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