2018 ASA Staffing Law Conference Presentation Handouts

At this year’s conference, each attendee will receive a resource book on site that will include presentation slides for easy note-taking and post-conference access. Wi-Fi will also be available for your convenience. You can access PDFs of the slide decks before, during, and after the program by using the links below.

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Thursday, May 10

Workplace Harassment, Part I and II

Neil Alexander, Esq., Littler Mendelson PC
Katharine Beattie, Esq., Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo PC
Nina K. Markey, Esq., Littler Mendelson PC


Recruiting Issues—Salary History, Criminal Background, and Medical Marijuana, Oh My!

Pamela Q. Devata, Esq., Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Joel A. Klarreich, Esq., Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP


Compliant Communications: Unsolicited Texts, Phone Calls, Faxes, and Emails

Daniel S. Blynn, Esq., Venable LLP
Stephen R. Freeland, Esq., Venable LLP

Friday, May 11

Does Your Firm Qualify for the New Passthrough Tax Deduction?

Stephen C. Dwyer, Esq., American Staffing Association
Jim Essey, CSP, TemPositions Group of Cos.
Marc J. Gerson, Esq., Miller & Chevalier
Edward A. Lenz, Esq., American Staffing Association
Toby Malara, Esq., American Staffing Association


You Be the Judge—Top Staffing Cases From 2017

Panel facilitated by Stephen C. Dwyer, Esq., American Staffing Association
Jillian M. Collins, Esq., Foley & Lardner LLP
Eric H. Rumbaugh, Esq., Michael Best & Friedrich LLP


Protecting Your Staffing Firm Through Sound Client Contracts

George M. Reardon, Esq., attorney and counselor at law

Thank you for participating in this year’s conference.


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