September 28, 2016
Polsinelli invites you to SAVE THE DATE for a Labor, Employment and Benefits Conference:

Thriving in the Tides of Change | Managing Employees in a Changing Legal Landscape

September 28, 2016 | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 
Lunch panel included. Reception for attendees and panelists to follow.

Denver Art Museum | 100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway | Denver, CO 80204

The final year of the Obama administration, the upcoming November general election, and the looming change to the Supreme Court are creating great uncertainty for today’s employers. Now more than ever, it is critical for executives and in-house counsel to monitor the ebbs and flows in the ever-changing waters of employment law, and plan ahead for impact to their business in 2017 and beyond.

JOIN US on September 28, 2016
at Polsinelli’s annual Labor, Employment and Benefits Conference, held this year at the Denver Art Museum in Denver, Colorado. Panelists include two former Congressmen, in-house counsel at BP America, a Regional Director of the EEOC, an industrial organizational psychologist and a Professor of Employment Law at Colorado Law School. They will join Polsinelli shareholders in the firm’s Labor and Employment, Employee Benefits, and Public Policy practices to discuss changes in employment and employee benefits law they have witnessed in the year since our last conference, and likely changes in the year to come. Their insight will equip you to plan for additional changes on the horizon.

Topics for this seminar will include: 
  • The significant changes in equal pay and white collar exemption laws 
  • The evolution of the use of “Big Data” in employee recruiting and selection
  • Key issues with a new President and Supreme Court appointee
  • Internal investigation best practices to avoid increasingly ubiquitous government investigations
  • Legal lessons learned in 2015-16, presented in an entertaining “rapid-fire” session

Click here to preview our agenda and learn more about our speakers. 

Kindly RSVP HERE now or by September 21, 2016.

For more information about this event, please contact Meg Cornell at 800.473.6014 or