Attorney Jeffrey A. Steele to Present at TiE’s Panel Discussion on March 18, 2008
Clark Hill attorney Jeffrey A. Steele will present “Ways Employers Can Avoid Liability” for the TiE group on Tuesday, March 18, 2008.
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Jeffrey A. Steele
represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law. He defends employers in state and federal court actions against age, sex, race, national origin, pregnancy and disability discrimination claims, as well as claims alleging wrongful discharge, First Amendment retaliation, employment torts, negligent hire and retention, and breach of contract. Mr. Steele also represents management and executives in commercial disputes involving non-competition agreements, trade secret usage and misappropriation, confidentiality agreements, fiduciary duty and sales commissions.
Mr. Steele creates and revises employment policies, including non-competition agreements, confidentiality agreements, non-solicitation agreements, anti-harassment policies, employee manuals, independent contractor agreements and employment applications.
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