Speaking Engagements

Gardere Partner Carrie Hoffman to Speak on Agency Enforcement Efforts at The HRSouthwest Conference

Oct. 6-7, 2014

4:30-5:30 p.m., 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Gardere Partner Carrie B. Hoffman, head of the Labor and Employment Practice Group, is scheduled to present at The HRSouthwest Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. Ms. Hoffman will discuss "Overcoming Your Most Significant Employment/HR Challenges" during the Monday afternoon session and "Agency Enforcement Efforts Mid-Term Review" during the Tuesday afternoon session.

The HRSouthwest Conference is the largest regional human resources conference in the United States. The conference offers world-renowned keynote speakers, two and a half days of educational sessions, networking opportunities and exposure to the latest HR products, techniques and services.

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