September 9th, 2015
At Lehr Middlebrooks Vreeland & Thompson, we practice labor and employment law on behalf of management, with a focus on management rights and the actions that management can take, rather than those they can’t. We pride ourselves on providing prompt, high-quality, creative legal services and solutions. In our view, labor and employment counsel is a collaborative process with our clients, designed to meet their business objectives.
LMVT was recognized by The Chambers 2016 Client’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as a Tier 1 firm in our field, the tenth consecutive year we have been in the top tier of labor and employment lawyers. Chambers quoted sources describing the firm as “one of the best labor law firms in the country” with “extremely experienced senior partners.” Clients referred to LMVT attorneys as “seasoned,” “cool and confident” and “professional under trying conditions.”
Please join us for our nineteenth year of providing the Effective Supervisor® Seminar. This full-day program, developed and led by our attorneys, gives supervisors the tools to recognize and respond to situations that could develop into administrative or legal claims. We go beyond the legalese and discuss effective leadership and communication skills so that supervisors feel comfortable handling difficult situations and can speak confidently and compassionately when addressing tough issues like diversity in the workplace, changes in procedures, and employee medical issues.
September 21, 2016 – Birmingham at B & A Warehouse
October 13, 2016 – Opelika at Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail
October 20, 2016 – Huntsville at U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Please go to Upcoming Seminars & Webinars below to register or call Ms. Jerri Prosch in our office at (205) 323-9271.
LMV is pleased to invite our clients and friends to our complimentary Employee Relations Summit on November 17th from 7:30 to 4:00 at WorkPlay in Birmingham, Alabama. During this full-day seminar, our attorneys and guest speakers will cover the workplace implications of the national election results, expansion of LGBT workplace litigation, DOL’s Wage and Hour and Persuader initiatives, how existing business relationships may constitute a “joint employer” for workplace liability, and the NLRB and Organized Labor’s joint efforts to transform the private sector workplace.
See the 2016 Employee Relations Summit link below under “Upcoming Seminars & Webinars” to register, or call Ms. Jerri Prosch in our office at (205) 323-9271. Registration cut-off will be November 11th.