Speaking Engagements

Hot Employment Law Issues from Both the Plaintiff's and the Defendant's Perspectives

AHRMA Legislative Action Day
09.22.11

3 p.m.

The Austin Human Resource Management Association (AHRMA) is hosting a Legislative Action Day on Thursday, September 22.

During the luncheon, two local legislators will recap the 82nd legislative session and offer tips on how human resource professionals can effectively advocate employment-related legal issues. The morning and afternoon sessions will feature eight presentations by Austin-based employment law attorneys.

Partner Fred Sultan, a member of Gardere's Trial group who specializes in employment litigation, will collaborate with another Austin attorney for Session 7: Hot Employment Law Issues from Both the Plaintiff's and the Defendant's Perspectives, beginning at 3:00 PM.

The event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Austin located at the intersection of Highway 290 East and Interstate 35 North, Exit 238a in Austin, Texas.

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