Compliance and Diversity Management: Best Practices that are Leveraging Compliance Rules to Further D & I Efforts Featuring Nigel Telman, Leader of the employment practice at the Chicago office of Proskauer and co-head of the Employment Litigation & Arbitration Group
Attendees will participate in an interactive session designed to provide them with up to date information on the employment regulations and laws that can be used to improve diversity management strategies, practices, and outcomes. Through a combination of Q & A with our featured speaker and facilitated roundtable discussions, attendees will leave the session more aware of compliance rules and how to utilize these rules to set and achieve diversity and inclusion objectives.
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February 11, 7:30am.-9:30am.
Historic Lawrence Hall Point Park University,
212 Wood St. Pittsburgh PA, 15222
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Nigel’s practice is concentrated in litigating single and class action disputes arising out of claims of workplace harassment and employment discrimination. He also represents employers in collective and class actions involving allegations of wage and hour violations under federal and state law. In addition, Nigel has significant experience defending and enforcing Restrictive Covenant Agreements, as well as protecting employers’ trade secrets and other confidential information from misappropriation by former employees through the institution of emergency litigation seeking temporary and permanent injunctive relief. Nigel utilizes his experience litigating employment-related disputes to counsel clients on effective ways to avoid such litigation. His counseling practice focuses on training and advising clients on ways to improve all aspects of the employment relationship, including techniques on how to make effective hiring decisions; reviewing and revising employment policies, practices and procedures; and advising on employee disciplinary matters, reductions in force and termination decisions.
Nigel represents clients before state and federal courts throughout the country as well as before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Illinois Human Rights Commission and the American Arbitration Association.