Clark Hill Attorney Nicole M. Paterson to Present at the 2015 MI-NADONA/LTC Annual Convocation & Expo
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Clark Hill attorney Nicole M. Paterson will present during the 2015 MI-NADONA/LTC Annual Convocation & Expo in Detroit, Michigan on October 21, 2015. Paterson's interactive presentation, Tweets & Termination: Social Media in the Workplace, will discuss the hurdles employers face with employees' use of social media and how to avoid violations of employee privacy and government claims that the posting is protected activity. For registration and more information, visit www.hcam.org.
Paterson, an Associate with the Labor & Employment and Education & Municipal Practice Groups in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office, represents a diverse group of clients operating in both a union and non-union environment, including long-term care facilities, hospitals, non-profit organizations, municipalities, corporations, and school districts. She provides employer/employee training to guide employers on complex areas of the law, including FMLA, ADA, hiring, disciplining, terminations, discrimination, workplace harassment, and investigations. Paterson is a frequent speaker on employment and labor topics such as FMLA, ADA, discrimination, workplace harassment, investigations, social media, privacy rights, and unemployment insurance.
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