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Change and More Change: Keeping Pace with Government Regulations
The winds of government regulations are becoming ever stronger. How do you keep pace to remain FLSA compliant, to avoid the pitfalls of the NLRA, and protect your whistleblowers? Come and hear the latest approaches being used today in the workplace as presented from the legal perspective of David Long-Daniels.
1. Practical Tips for Compliance with the FLSA
2. The Impact of the NLRA in the Non-Union Workplace
3. Handling Employee Whistleblower and Retaliation Claims
Speaker, David Long-Daniels, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Co-Chair of the firm's Global Labor & Employment Practice and Chair of the Atlanta Labor & Employment Practice
Known for his creative approaches to difficult, high-stakes cases, David Long-Daniels, Co-Chair of the firm's Global Labor & Employment Practice and Chair of the Atlanta Labor & Employment Practice, represents clients across the country in complex labor and employment matters.
He is recognized as a leading defense trial attorney for bet-the-company cases and is frequently named among the very best trial attorneys in Georgia. David handles complex litigation matters of importance, often with sizeable monetary values throughout the country.
David's practice includes the representation of clients in corporate espionage cases and in cases asserting claims under the Fair Labor Standard Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans With Disabilities Act, various whistleblower statutes, and other federal and state civil rights and labor and employment matters. A particular focus of David’s practice is representing corporations in class and collective actions. He is also a veteran of the United States Air Force and specializes in litigating USERRA issues.
David has taught labor and employment as an Adjunct Law Professor at both the University Of Alabama School Of Law and the Walter F George School of Law at Mercer University. David has also written for the Defense Research Institute, has been quoted in The National Law Journal on current legal matters, and his cross examination has been featured on ABC's "20/20" program.
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