Clark Hill Attorney Anne-Marie V. Welch to Present at the American Society of Employers AA/EEO & Diversity Conference, December 12, 2018
BIRMINGHAM, MI – Attorney Anne-Marie V. Welch will present at the American Society of Employers (ASE) AA/EEO & Diversity Conference on December 12, 2018. The conference will cover a wide variety of timely topics such as pay equity, wage and hour, diversity, bias, discrimination, LBGT rights, employment law, immigration, OFCCP and FLSA. Welch’s presentation, “LGBT Rights Under the Law,” will discuss the legislative history of LGBT rights, the current status of the law, and how the law impacts employers. The interactive presentation will present attendees with various potential scenarios and guidance on how to address them while ensuring respect for LGBT rights in the workplace.
Welch is a Member in Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. She defends employers in state and federal lawsuits and administrative proceedings against wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and related statutory and tort claims. She also routinely counsels management regarding labor and employment best practices, including: recruiting; employment and independent contractor agreements; wage and hour matters; recordkeeping; handbooks; union negotiations; leave administration; employee counseling, discipline, terminations and grievances; and, reductions in force.
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