The WolfInstitute has resumed its spring series of seminars covering employment issues of interest to attorneys.
All courses begin at 9 a.m. and are conducted at the WolfInstitute Training Center, 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia. All instructors are attorneys at WolfBlock.
The March schedule, offering 13 individual classes, includes:
Thursday, March 2; You've Been Served. Now What Do You Do?; with Michael S. Cohen as instructor;
Tuesday, March 7; Class Warfare I: Wage and Hour Litigation; with Robert M. Goldich and Jonathan A. Segal as instructors;
Wednesday, March 8; Employment Law 101; with Louis Chodoff as instructor;
Thursday, March 9; Who Is an Applicant?; with Jennifer Blum Feldman as instructor;
Tuesday, March 14; Responding to Union Organizing; with James R. Redeker as instructor;
Wednesday, March 15; Attacking Attendance Control Issues; with Linda B. Hollinshead as instructor;
Thursday, March 16; Performance Appraisals: Yes, They Do Matter; with Mr. Cohen as instructor;
Tuesday, March 21; HIPAA for the Information Officer; with William Wright and Lauren Mazur as instructors;
Wednesday, March 22; The "New" Green Card Process; with David J. Ceccanecchio as instructor;
Thursday, March 23; Employee Theft; with Caroline M. Austin as instructor;
Tuesday, March 28; Ethical Minefields for In-House Counsel; with Mr. Segal and Patrick Matusky as instructors;
Wednesday, March 29; You Can't Prohibit Profanity Anymore: Recent Applications of the National Labor Relations Act to Non-Union Workplaces; with Mr. Redeker as instructor;
Thursday, March 30; Employee Handbooks; with Ms. Feldman as instructor.
For details on registration fees, see the Bulletin Board on The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website at www.metrocorpcounsel.com.
To register for any of the courses, call Allison Bean at (215) 977-2007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.