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September 2016

Gordon & Rees to Present September 13 Webinar on How to Conduct Workplace Investigations

As part of the firm’s 2016 National Employment Law Webinar Series, Gordon & Rees will hold a webinar titled “How to Conduct Workplace Investigations,” on September 13 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. PST.

The live, monthly webinars offer free, practical training on current and emerging employment law issues for large and small companies. Gordon & Rees attorneys provide in-house counsel, human resources professionals, payroll managers, and others with a convenient way to stay up to speed so they can make well-informed employment decisions on a day-to-day basis and avoid the expense and uncertainty of litigation.

For the September webinar, attorneys from Gordon & Rees’s Employment Practice Group will focus on how to conduct effective workplace investigations. Gordon & Rees San Diego partner Stacey Cooper and associate Nicholas Ferraro will provide a step-by-step look through the process of conducting workplace investigations; best practice tips of what does and does not work during investigations; and how a proper and effective investigation prevents harassment and limits risk for a lawsuit. A Q&A session will follow the webinar.

To register for the September 13 webinar or for more information about Gordon & Rees’s 2016 National Employment Law Webinar Series, click here. Webinars are archived online at http://employment.gordonreeswebinars.com/archive/.

Gordon & Rees’s Employment Law Practice Group consists of more than 200 attorneys nationwide. The team provides employment counseling and litigation services to world-renowned companies and nearly every type of business, from Fortune 500 corporations to startups and universities. Gordon & Rees’s employment attorneys combine litigation experience with preventive training, offering guidance in programs and techniques designed to avoid the consequences and cost of further involvement with conflict and dispute management.

Stacey M. Cooper