Daily Briefs (March 5)

Miller Canfield offers labor and employment guidance for HR pros

Attorneys James B. Thelen and Scott R. Eldridge of Miller Canfield will present and provide guidance on labor and employment legal topics for human resources professionals at the Human Resource Management Association of Mid-Michigan (HRMAMM) Educational Seminar on Thursday, March 11, from 9 a.m. - noon at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development in Lansing. 

Thelen and Eldridge will give an overview and update on pending legislation affecting the workplace and also discuss best practices from implementing reductions in workforces and other terminations.

The legal seminar portion is $50 (lunch included). This program has been approved for three general credit hours through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).  RSVP at millercanfield.com/events, hrmamm.com/announcements or by calling 800.356.5705.


‘Due Process’ focuses on employment law

“Due Process” will focus on employment law on March 12 at 5:30 pm on PBS station WTVS Channel 56. Employment law impacts employers and employees alike. From job sharing, to reducing benefits, to retraining, rising unemployment is affecting everyone.

Join Host Henry Baskin and guests, Patricia Nemeth from Nemeth Burwell, PC and Kathleen L. Bogas from the Law Offices of Kathleen L. Bogas PLLC as they discuss the strategies and opportunities to help cope with this statewide problem.

“Due Process” airs weekly on Channel 56, WTVS, Friday at 5:30 pm. The program can also be viewed anytime at www.dueprocess.tv    or via Comcast’s on-demand service. Hosted by well known attorney Henry Baskin, “Due Process” welcomes leading attorneys, noted experts, and prominent public figures.


ADTC plans next meeting at Detroit Red Wings game, March 9

The Association of Defense Trial Counsel (ADTC) will host its March 2010 meeting as the Detroit Red Wings take on the Calgary Flames on Tuesday, March 9, beginning at 7 p.m. at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

Seats will be in sections 214 and 215. The price is $40 per ticket.

To order tickets, send name, address, telephone number, number of tickets being ordered along with amount enclosed in a check made payable to Association of Defense Trial Counsel and send to ADTC, 4315 Kiefer, Warren  48091-5003.

For additional information, contact Chuck Trickey at (586) 465-8203 or Diane Hirshey at (313) 237-0610.

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