Norris McLaughlin & Marcus has scheduled a discussion titled the Employee Free Choice Act: Where It Stands and What It Means to Employers for two days - Monday and Tuesday, February 23 and 24, at their office, 721 Route 202-206 in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
The discussion will run from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. both days.
It is expected that the Employee Free Choice Act will be passed in 2009, potentially altering the landscape of labor relations. This seminar will help employers understand the potential ramifications of the legislation and help prepare them if it passes.
The firm is offering the seminar free of charge. To make a reservation, call Cassie Coldreck at (908)252-4172 or send an email to ccoldreck at email@example.com.
Norris McLaughlin has announced that Charles A. Bruder, Karol S. Robinson and Christopher Stevenson have been named members of the firm. Mr. Bruder concentrates his practice in the areas of employee benefits and executive compensation.Ms. Robinson devotes her practice to cooperative and condominium law with a focus on affordable housing, nonprofit organizations, real estate and general transaction work. Mr. Stevenson focuses his practice on all aspects of environmental, land use and real estate law. In the area of land use and real estate, he counsels clients in matters involving planning and zoning board approvals; property evaluation, purchase, and sale; redevelopment; leasing; financing; and eminent domain.
Fernando M. Pinguelo, a member of the law firm Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., recently addressed the audience at the Meritas Latin American and Caribbean Regional Meeting at the Hotel Quinta Real in Guadalajara, Mexico. Mr. Pinguelo spoke about how the proliferation of emails and other electronic documents and the laws that regulate those documents affect both domestic and international companies.
Meritas is one of the world's largest and most respected legal resources - an integrated, nonprofit alliance of more than 170 independent law firms located in over 60 countries.