Need to meet your PA CLE Compliance by April 30, 2017, or just interested in learning more about these hot topics?
C&G is hosting a CLE Day at PNC Park, Lexus Club April 19, 2017
Earn up to 6.0 hours of PA substantive law CLE credits. All have been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board.
This program will cover the fundamentals of wage and hour law. It will include discussion of frequent compliance issues such as the overtime pay exemptions, what constitutes hours worked, travel time, meal breaks, and pay deductions.
Employer compliance and enforcement issues are bound to take on even greater prominence in the new presidential administration. This seminar will provide an overview of key issues with respect to immigration compliance and enforcement issues facing employers. We will also review compliance considerations specific to mergers and acquisitions.
This seminar will discuss common intellectual property ‘traps’ or missteps for the unwary. Using real-life examples from our practice and the news, we will highlight the kinds of IP mistakes that we see clients and companies make, and provide advice, solutions, and best practices for clients to implement.
Lunch and Networking
This seminar will discuss the key provisions of commercial terms and conditions, paying particular attention to risk of loss, limitations of liability, indemnification and warranty disclaimers. We will discuss how to draft and negotiate these major terms in a manner that is both favorable to the client and realistic in the marketplace.
Presented by members of the Firm’s Data Security, Privacy and Information Law practice, this seminar will provide a broad, fast-paced overview of some of the significant legal obligations associated with companies’ creation, use and storage of information as well as procurement and sale of connected services, equipment and devices.
Too Much of a Good Thing? A Survival Guide for the Growing Backlash Against Noncompetes
This seminar will focus on effective drafting and planning techniques to improve the chance of enforcement of noncompetes and nonsolicitation agreements. It will also discuss the political, legislative and legal challenges to non-competition agreements that have emerged as the result of overuse of the agreements with low-wage workers in the “gig economy.”
Cocktails and Appetizers
Space is limited, registration will close on April 14, 2017