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Nemeth Burwelll Attorneys Discuss Timely Employment Topics

Nemeth Burwell Attorneys Discuss Timely Employment Issues

Detroit, Mich.—May 29, 2012— Attorneys with Nemeth Burwell, P.C., a Detroit-based law firm exclusively serving employers in the areas of labor and employment law, have been active recently in leading discussions on a variety of employment law topics.

  • Partner Linda Burwell presented Sex and Gender in the Workplace in Light of the EEOC’s 2013-2016 Strategic Enforcement Plan: Developments and Trends in EEO Law on May 10.
  • At the Nemeth Burwell Raising the Bar series on May 8, partner Terry Bonnette, presented 2013 Wage and Hour Boot Camp, highlighting the Department of Labor’s five-year plan.
  • Bonnette presented a Labor and Employment Update and led a discussion titled Legal Issues in Social Media at the Healthcare Association of Michigan (HCAM) UP Conference on May 2.
  • Senior attorney Cliff Hammond presented Labor Trends – Unions: Should I Care? at the Jackson, Mich. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Conference on April 25.
  • Hammond explored the Right to Work changes in Michigan with Union Avoidance -Unions: Why Should I Care? and led the discussion on the changes the new law brings to employers in Michigan at the April 24 Human Resource Day in Lansing.
  • Partner Tom Schramm discussed Hiring and Firing: Do’s and Don’ts during a Detroit Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) webinar on April 18.
  • Bonnette visited Fox2 News on April 9 to discuss an emerging workplace trend during the Job Shop segment titled, Allergies at the Workplace.
  • Bonnette led the discussion titled Identifying and Dealing with Bullying at Work: A Mock Internal Investigation, at the ICLE in Plymouth on April 5.

About Nemeth Burwell, P.C.: Nemeth Burwell specializes in employment litigation, traditional labor law and management consultation for private and public sector employers. It is the largest women-owned law firm in Michigan to exclusively represent management in the prevention, resolution and litigation of labor and employment disputes.
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