This interactive seminar will address innovative strategies that can help you reduce costs, deal effectively with increasing union influence, and gain the upper hand in labor relations matters. The program, designed specifically for senior management, general counsel, and human resource professionals, is presented by labor law attorneys who have successfully represented employers—from Fortune 500 companies to individual businesses—and have dealt with every major union in the United States in hundreds of organizing campaigns, collective bargaining negotiations, and strategic planning initiatives.

General Counsel
Chief Operating Officers
Chief Financial Officers
Human Resources Professionals
Business Owners
Managers with HR Responsibilities

Speakers Jay P. Krupin (Member of the Firm, Washington office) and Evan Rosen (Associate, Atlanta office) will discuss The 10 New Employer Strategies:

 1. Obama Administration/New NLRB
 2. Rules of the Engagement
 3. Economy in Distress
 4. 21st Century Collective Bargaining
 5. Wages Based on Performance
 6. Health Insurance Cost Controls
 7. Pension Withdrawal Liability
 8. Reduction in Force
 9. Declaring Impasse
10. Past Practice Interpretation


The fee for this briefing is $75 for the first person and $50 for each additional person from the same company, and includes breakfast,
meeting handouts, and lunch.

To register, click here.  

For more information, contact Tiffany Haynes at (202) 861-1850 or at

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