Clark Hill Attorneys John C. Norling and Karen L. Karr to Present at the ASBA Small Business Conference – May 16
PHOENIX, AZ –
Clark Hill attorneys John C. Norling and Karen L. Karr will be participating in the 2013 Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) Small Business Conference on May 16. Norling will be facilitating the “Emergency Legal Clinic” as well as presenting the Veteran Small Business Champion of the Year Award. Karr will be serving as a panelist in the “Emergency HR Clinic.” Clark Hill is a proud sponsor of the all-day conference at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale. For more information and registration, please visit http://www.azsmallbizcon.com/.
Norling is a member of Clark Hill’s Corporate Practice Group. His practice includes commercial transactions, real estate, business organizations, business law and automobile dealership law. Norling also practices in the areas of company formation and governance, business and real estate acquisition and divestures and commercial lending from both the lender and borrower perspectives. He has developed a unique expertise in assisting clients in obtaining administrative and governmental licenses and permits, as well as in the sale and acquisition of automobile dealerships.
Karr is a member of Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Group. She defends employers against EEOC charges and lawsuits alleging harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour violations and wrongful discharge. She also works with employers to prevent claims in the first place by auditing workplaces to ensure compliance, by creating effective policies and practices and by advising clients as issues arise. She often speaks to groups on issues of importance to employers. She is also a member of the ASBA Board of Directors.
The Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) is the largest trade association in the state representing 11,000+ member businesses, and over 1/2 million employees in all 15 counties. ASBA members enjoy access to significant group discounts, countless opportunities to do business with each other, a wide array of insurance products, and active advocacy efforts on public policy issues to protect their businesses.
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