Demystifying the Employment Attorney: A Behind the Scenes Look
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Learn how attorneys with opposing views consider issues surrounding labor and employment laws.

When: Friday, November 3, 2017
12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Presenter: Krista Mitzel, The Mitzel Group, LLP and Aaron Minnis, Attorney, Minnis and Smallet’s LLP
Contact: 1-800-339-4481

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Registration: Free
Qualifies for 1 SHRM PDC / HRCI Recertification Credit

12:00 – 1:00pm 

Preventative strategies and updated policies are the best defense from exposure to liability and lawsuits. In this uniquely-formatted session, you’ll learn how attorneys with opposing views consider the issues surrounding labor and employment laws. From this perspective, you’ll discover best practices for complying with the latest laws, and find out how to protect your business from getting sued or audited.

> Krista L. Mitzel
is a seasoned employment attorney and human resources consultant who has worked with a variety of clients from diverse industries. Ms. Mitzel has extensive experience advising, counseling and supporting executives and human resource professionals create preventative strategies in all areas of employment including employee relations, implementing new policies, trade secret protection, training and development, performance management, employee retention, complying with local, state and federal laws and regulations, and hiring policies, disciplinary actions and terminations.    Ms. Mitzel provides clients with professional and individualized service, partners with companies to create comprehensive strategies on all employment, human resources, and risk management issues, and directs and manages all litigation matters to successful resolution.  

> Aaron Minnis, a partner at Minnis & Smallets, has been practicing law in California since 1999. Aaron advises executives, professionals, attorneys, and employees through complex and sensitive work issues. He has litigated numerous employment cases, and resolved cases at mediation, trial, and after appeal. Aaron has tried numerous cases in various practice areas including employment, business, probate, and landlord-tenant. Aaron volunteers as a Supervising Attorney with the Worker’s Rights Clinic at the Employment Law Center. He is an Arbitrator for the attorney/client fee dispute program of the Bar Association of San Francisco. He serves on the Executive Committee for the Solo and Small firm section of the San Francisco Bar Association.