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Critical employment issues facing multi-national employers

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Last week Dentons held its program on employment issues facing multi-national companies. For your convenience, the program can be viewed in it’s entirety by visiting the event page.

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If you are interested in receiving additional information on Dentons’ Employment practice and/or have topic suggestions for future seminars, please contact Jennifer Gonzales-Frisbie, Business Development Manager, at jennifer.gonzales‑frisbie@dentons.com.

We hope to see you at our next program.

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Critical employment issues facing multi-national employers

Critical employment issues facing multi-national employers

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December 10, 2014 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM EDT    

McGraw-Hill Conference Space    

1221 Avenue of the Americas 50th Floor

New York, NY United States

Dentons Global Employment and Labor group is pleased to invite you to an interactive program bringing together Dentons lawyers from around the globe to present on several critical employment issues facing multi-national employers. The three-panel program will be followed by networking cocktails where you will have an opportunity to mingle and connect with professionals in the industry.

Panel topics and speakers:

Moderated by Brian Cousin

Privacy Panel (4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.): Andy Roth (US), Barbara Johnston (Canada), Michael Bronstein (UK), Katell Deniel-Allioux (France), Todd Liao (China by video), Neil Capobianco (US)

Global Mobility Panel (5:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m.): Matt Schulz (US), Michael Bronstein (UK), Todd Liao (China by video)

Restrictive Covenants Panel (6:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.): Richard Scharlat (US), Adrian Miedema (Canada), Michael Bronstein (UK), Katell Deniel-Allioux (France), Todd Liao (China by video)

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Critical employment issues facing multi-national employers