November 11, 2014

Polsinelli and the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry cordially invite you to JOIN US for the

2014 Labor, Employment & Benefits Symposium

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

We're putting your business strategies in focus. The Symposium will provide you with answers to cutting edge questions that frequently cross your desk. From immigration to social media to discrimination claims to complying with the Affordable Care Act, this seminar will provide you the latest information about what you need to know and the many recent developments in human resources, employment and benefits issues.


  • Let's Be Reasonable: How to Determine What Should Be Accommodated – Eric Packel
  • Arbitration Agreements: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Jim Sullivan
  • ACA Compliance and Other Benefits-Related Year-End Updates – Hannah DeLuca
  • Pregnancy and the ADA - The EEOC Guidance – Erin Schilling
  • OSHA Compliance - Do I Really Need to Get OSHA Involved? – Bill Robbins
  • Papering the File: The Importance of Proper Documentation When Creating the "Records" for Trial – Chris Johnson
  • ICE Is Back in Business: What You Need to Know About Form I-9 – Jeff Bell
  • Ban the Box and Background Checks - Tips for Successful Hiring – Judy Yi
  • Non-Competes and Non-Solicits - What You Need to Know to Enforce – Anthony Romano
  • Preparing for Mediation - What Every Client Should Know – Brian Zickefoose
  • Do Employees Have the Right to Abuse Supervisors and Customers Under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)? – Terry Kilroy
  • Same-Sex Marriage - Evolution and Change in Employee Benefit Obligations – Brian Johnston
  • Surviving - and Thriving - After a DOL Audit – Robert Hingula
  • "Like It" - or Not - The Latest On Technology and Employment Law – Karen Glickstein
  • STUMP THE PANEL – Come with your toughest, most concerning HR/Benefits/Employment law issues and have your questions answered by members of the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Groups

To view the full invitation and to register, click here.