Speaking Engagements

Partner Fred Sultan to Moderate the TexasBarCLE on LGBT Employment Law Changes

Webinar
11.18.14

2-3 p.m. CST

Gardere Partner Frederick W. Sultan IV will be moderating the "LGBT Employment Law & Employee Benefits Post-Windsor: What Your Clients Need to Know" at the TexasBarCLE on Nov. 18. Changes in rules, regulations, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and court interpretations of existing laws are changing the landscape of employment issues affecting LGBT employees. Through this course, you will understand the employee benefit plan changes that are needed or may be needed by the end of this year and what these changes mean for employees.

Registration is only available online. MCLE credit will be provided.

To register for the webinar, click here.

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