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Jessica Jansyn, Esq. and Michael Darbee, Esq., attorneys will present Laddey, Clark & Ryan LLP’s “Hot Topics in Employment Law” on Feb. 27 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Rockaway.

The popular “Hot Topics” seminar, the first program in the firm’s 2018 Employment Seminars, is directed towards employers and human resource professionals, and will review current issues facing employers.

The attorneys will speak about relevant laws, recent updates and discuss how businesses can best deal with recent developments in employment. Topics to be covered include:

2017 Employment Law Case Roundup

New Jersey Law Against Discrimination Updates

Marijuana in the Workplace

The Changing Landscape of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Federal Legislative Activity

State Legislative Trends

Handbook Updates

“Hot Topics in Employment Law” will take place from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the Hilton Garden Inn, 375 Mount Hope Avenue in Rockaway. Continental breakfast and registration will commence at 8 a.m.

“Hot Topics in Employment Law” is the first of four programs in the 2018 Employment Seminars series.

The others are:

Small Business Owners, April 19 at the Rockaway River Country Club in Rockaway

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, June 26 at Perona Farms in Andover

Employee Leave and Disability, October 25 at Perona Farms in Andover

To RSVP for the Feb. 27 event or for more information, call (973) 729-1880, or email Robbin Dolan at rdolan@lcrlaw.com. Space is limited.

For additional information on this seminar series or any other upcoming seminars presented by the attorneys at Laddey, Clark & Ryan, visit: www.lcrlaw.com.



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