Labor and Employment
The labor and employment lawyers of Davenport Evans law firm, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, represent both public and private employers. Our attorneys counsel employers in all areas of labor and employment law and advise clients in the prevention of potential litigation through, for example, review and preparation of employee handbooks and review and drafting of employment contracts and agreements. The firm advises clients on a broad range of issues under federal and state employment law, including the Civil Rights Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act. The firm represents employers in proceedings before various administrative agencies, as well as all types of employment litigation, including wrongful termination and discrimination claims, in both federal and state courts.
Employment Law Update September 20, 2017
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Davenport Evans Employment Law Update, Wednesday, September 20, at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Sioux Falls. The annual seminar, which is free and open to the public, drew around 150 human resources professionals, managers, and small business leaders from across the region.
The Employment Law Update opened with a hot breakfast at 7:30 a.m. followed by presentations timely and practical from 8 a.m. to noon. The day’s agenda included presentations, “To Provide Leave or Not to Provide Leave… That is the Question,” with Jean H. Bender; “Is Your Employee Handbook Workin’ Hard or Hardly Workin’? 11 Questions to Consider” with Ashlee A. Wendt; “Employment Restrictions: Competition, Solicitation, Disclosure, and Trade Secrets” with Mitchell A. Peterson; and “What’s New? 2017 Topics and Trends in Labor and Employment Law” with Sandra K. Hoglund Hanson. There was also a bonus round and “Employee Benefits Update” with new associate attorney Peter M. Langdon, covering “Wellness Plans” and “The Future of the ACA.” We concluded the day with the popular Q&A Panel and a drawing for restaurant gift cards from among those who submitted a Q&A question online ahead of the event. Contact a Davenport Evans employment lawyer with your post-seminar questions at 605-336-2880 or at one of these direct links:
Click here to contact a Labor and Employment attorney: Sandra Hoglund Hanson, Kristi Geisler Holm, Anthony M. Hohn, Justin T. Clarke, Michael L. Snyder, Ashlee A. Wendt, Ashley G. Blake, Peter M. Langdon and Jean H. Bender.
Davenport Evans Labor and Employment News
- KELO: Can You Be Fired For Social Media Comments?
- Bender Discusses Employee Absences on KELO Podcast
- Three Takeaways from EEOC Proposed Wellness Program Regulations
- Wellness Programs and the EEOC
- 17 Davenport Evans Lawyers Named Leaders in their Field by Chambers USA
- Hoglund Hanson to Speak on Pregnancy Discrimination, Background Checks, and ADA Accommodations
- Jean H. Bender Appointed to Minnehaha County Commission
- Davenport Evans Listed in “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers
- Anthony M. Hohn to Speak on Non-Competition Agreements
Contact our Labor and Employment attorneys: Sandra Hoglund Hanson, Kristi Geisler Holm, Anthony M. Hohn, Justin T. Clarke, Michael L. Snyder, Ashlee A. Wendt, Ashley G. Blake, Peter M. Langdon, and Jean H. Bender.
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