9/30 - Cutting Edge Issues in Employment Law (Indianapolis)

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Tuesday  September 30, 2014 

Chair & Moderator: Mark Waterfill, Partner, Benesch

Collective Bargaining & the College Athlete Panel
  - Dan Emerson, VP & General Counsel, Indianapolis Colts
  - William Groth, Partner, Fillenwarth Dennerline Groth & Towe
  - Peter Kirsanow, Partner, Benesch
  - Rik Lineback, Regional Director, NLRB
  - Milton Thompson, Of Counsel, Bleeke Dillon Crandall

Same-Sex Marriage/LGBT Issues Panel
  - Jim Bopp Jr., Bopp Law Firm
  - William Groth, Partner, Fillenwarth Dennerline Groth & Towe
  - Abdul-Hakim Shabazz, Attorney/Radio Talk Show Host, WIBC/Editor, IndyPolitics.org

Affordable Care Act Panel
  - Ann Carr Mackey, Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins
  - Michael Paton, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg

Date:  Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Time (local time): 1:00 - 4:15 pm

Credit hours: 3.0 CLE

Cost:
$99 Attendee ($109 after Sept. 2)
$99 Government Employee/Paralegal

Click here for registration and information

Location: OneAmerica Tower
Main Auditorium, One American Square, Indianapolis, 46282

Provider: Indiana Lawyer

Contact information:
Karen Aruta
(317) 472-5201
karuta@ibj.com
www.TheIndianaLawyer.com/events

 

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