Clark Hill PLC Attorney Maria Fracassa Dwyer to Present at National Business Institute Seminar, "Employment Laws Made Simple," Oct. 10
– Maria Fracassa Dwyer, a senior attorney out of Clark Hill’s Detroit office, will present on substance abuse issues and internal investigations at the National Business Institute (NBI) Seminar, “Employment Laws Made Simple,” on Oct. 10, in Southfield, Mich. Dwyer’s presentation will provide information on ways to establish and communicate consistent rules and expectations regarding drug and alcohol use, as well as drug and alcohol testing. Dwyer also will address effective internal investigations and compliance with the EEOC guidelines, and issues to be aware of in conducting the investigation. For more information on the seminar, visit
Employment Laws Made Simple
Dwyer is a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Her practice is principally focused in employment and civil litigation, and she has experience defending private and public sector employers in employment, constitutional and tort claims, such as employment contract litigation, wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment and FMLA claims. In addition, Dwyer is experienced in traditional labor law and regularly represents employers in grievance disputes and advises employers on issues of labor contract administration. She is a member of the American Bar Association and a member of the labor and employment, and litigation sections of the State Bar of Michigan.
NBI was established in 1983 and today is one of the nation’s largest providers of legal and professional education, serving more than two million professionals. It provides a variety of training formats to meet all needs, including live seminars, teleconferences, webcasts, online training, MP3 downloads, and in-house training.
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