Attorney Jennifer M. Buckley to Present "Advanced Wage and Hour Law: Exempt and Non-Exempt" for American Society of Employers on Thursday, July 22, 2010
DETROIT, MI – Jennifer M. Buckley, an attorney in Clark Hill PLC’s Employment Law Practice Group, will be presenting a Wage and Hour Training Session, entitled “Advanced Wage and Hour Law: Exempt and Non-Exempt,” for the American Society of Employers (ASE) on Thursday, July 22 at 9:00 A.M. The session will be held at the Southfield offices of the ASE, located at 23815 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48075.
More information on the American Society of Employers can be found by visiting aseonline.org.
Jennifer M. Buckley is a member of Clark Hill’s Employment Law Practice Group. Jennifer has defended employers for over 20 years in state and federal court actions brought by employees and former employees. In addition to defending discrimination, wrongful discharge, wage and hour and related tort claims, she is also experienced in defending actions brought under Michigan’s Sales Representative Commissions Act and pursuing and defending claims pertaining to restrictive covenants. She has represented employers in administrative hearings before state and federal agencies and before arbitrators.
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