Clark Hill PLC Attorney, Nicole M. Paterson to Present at HCAM & MCAL U.P. Education Conference, April 30 – May 1, 2014
– Nicole M. Paterson, with Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids Office, will present “Employment and Labor Law in 2014: Where Are We Now?” at the HCAM & MCAL U.P. Education Conference, Thursday, May 1, 2014. This conference is designed for long-term care and assisted living leadership including center/facility owners, corporate-level consultants and directors, administrators, executive directors, directors of nursing, nursing personnel and other interdisciplinary team members, including social work, activities and dietary.
Nicole M. Paterson is a member of Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Practice Group and specialize in the representation of employers. She has worked with numerous health care facilities, hospitals and have expertise in all facets of labor and employment law, such as collective bargaining, wage-and-hour matters, and hearings before state and federal administrative agencies and courts. Paterson is a member of the labor and employment sections of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan and the Grand Rapids Bar Association. She frequently presents on a variety of labor and employment topics and provide in-house training for several medical facilities and organizations.
Health Care Association of Michigan is a premier professional association representing nursing and rehabilitation communities including for and not for profit, county medical care and hospital based providers.
The Michigan Center for Assisted Living is a premier professional association representing Independent Senior Housing and Assisted Living communities including: Housing with Services Establishments, Homes for the Aged and Adult Foster Care homes.
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