John F. Fullerton III, Member of the Firm, presents "Getting to Know You: Latest Developments Regarding Background Checks and How to Use Them" at this full-day conference hosted by the Human Resources Association of New York: Legislative & Legal Conference 2011 - What You Must Know!

Topics include the important federal and state laws protecting applicants and employees, and how to steer clear of violating these laws when performing background checks.  The presentation will highlight the recently enacted state laws restricting employers from obtaining and using certain background check information, and feature other laws impacting credit checks and criminal history reports and the special issues involved with the use and impact of social media outlets as sources of background information.  Learn what you can and cannot ask for, and how to use that background information to make good decisions for your business.

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