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Jackson, Shields, Yeiser & Holt is a nationally known boutique law firm serving employer and institutional interests in the areas of employment, labor relations, construction, and education law. From offices in centrally located Memphis, Tennessee, our firm has represented both private and public sector clients across the nation.
We will host three unique programs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on updates to the law in the following:
• October 8, 2010-> Wage & Hour
How to Avoid the Upcoming Wage and Hour Pandemic
What You Should Know About Recent Employment Law Developments
Everything You Need In a Modern-Day Employee Handbook
Plan to attend all three (3) luncheon programs. The registration fee is $45.00 per program. Lunch is complimentary.
Download the registration form here.
Fax completed registration forms to (901) 759-1745 or email them to ayeiser [at] jsyc [dot] com.
For more information call (901) 754-8001.