Advanced Human Resource Law Live Video Webinar to be Presented by National Business Institute on August 16, 2023
The National Business Institute will present a live video webinar, Advanced Human Resource Law, on August 16, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
The topics to be covered will be:
Ray Hogge will present the segments “Wage and Hour Law: Advanced Issues and Answers” and “Tackling Executive Employment Arrangements and Compensation Issues With Finesse.”
The credit hours available for this webinar are:
To register for the webinar, or for more information, click here to visit the webinar page in the NBI website.
Ray Hogge will present “Wage and Hour Audits: Common Mistakes to Avoid” at the “Wage and Hour Law Litigation: Fundamentals and Strategies” live video webinar presented by National Business Institute on Friday, July 28, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Segments to be presented by other speakers include “Wage and Hour Litigation - Overview and Recap of Case Law Developments,” “Receipt of the Wage and Hour Claim: Initial Case Assessment, Affirmative Defenses, etc.,” “Discovery Strategies,” “Preparation and Trial: Tips and Tricks for Opening Statements, Witness Examination, etc.,” “Strategies for Pursuing or Challenging Collective Action Certification,” “Settlement: Best Practices for Calculating Damages, Drafting Agreements, and More,” and “Ethical Considerations.” This is an intermediate level course, and has been approved d for 6.0 Virginia Continuing Legal Education credit hours (1.0 hours ethics), 7.0 CPE for Accountants / NASBA credit hours, 6.00 HRCI credit hours, and 6.00 SHRM CP/SCP credit hours. To register for the webinar go to https://www.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/Wage-and-Hour-Law-Litigation-Fundamentals-and-Strategies/Video-Webinar/96983ER_3941892. Use promo code FSPN50A at checkout to receive a $50 discount.
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