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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys to Speak at HRMAG Legal Conference

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys to Speak at HRMAG Legal Conference


August 15, 2013 - August 15, 2013

Several Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys will be speaking at the Human Resource Management Association of Greensboro (HRMAG) Legal Conference on August 15 at the Koury Convention Center.

Here is a list of topics and SML presenters for the event:

  • Recent Changes in Immigration Law – I-9s and E-Verify; Laura Burton
  • Successful Defense of Workers Compensation Claims; Caroline Lock
  • A Practical Analysis of Non-Competes. What works, what doesn’t, and what ends up costing more than it’s worth; Julie Theall Earp & Alex Maultsby
  • Best Hiring Practices. Learn how to minimize litigation risks including the benefits and potential liabilities of using background checks, development of written policies as to what information will be gathered regarding applicants, considerations when using recruiters, and considerations when using social media; Laura Dildine, Corinne Jones & Patti Ramseur
  • How to Avoid the Most Common Wage & Hour Mistakes, and Being Prepared When the USDOL Comes Knocking; Julie Theall Earp & Alex Maultsby

Speakers
Laura Deddish Burton
T (336) 378-5566
F (336) 378-5400
Julianna Theall Earp
T (336) 378-5256
F (336) 378-5400
Caroline Hudson Lock
T (336) 378-5341
F (336) 378-5400
Alexander L. Maultsby
T (336) 378-5331
F (336) 378-5400
Patti West Ramseur
T (336) 378-5304
F (336) 378-5400
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