William J. Milani, Member of the Firm, copresents International Employment Law: A 2012 Perspective LIVE Webcast, hosted by the Knowledge Congress.

Mr. Milani's topics include:

  • Discrimination claims by locally hired employees of foreign-owned companies doing business in the United States
  • Potential liability of the foreign-owned parent company for personnel decisions made by its subsidiary in the United States
  • The extraterritoriality of United States employment laws

In a past-faced economic environment where companies work and compete across borders, employment law is no longer considered to be a local issue. As such, employers must be up-to-date regarding the latest standards to avoid employment-related legal challenges.

This webinar provides an in-depth discussion of the significant topics in the mix including:

  • Standards Across Borders for Hiring and Firing
  • Expatriate Arrangements
  • Immigration
  • Global Codes of Conduct, Ethics Code, Diversity Issues, and Other Global HR Policies
  • Employment Litigation
  • Cross Border Outsourcing
  • Best Practices and Regulatory Updates

For further details, please visit: knowledgecongress.org

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