Presented by MMNT
This seminar will educate attendees on how to identify and handle their biggest personal and professional risk, their employees
Learning Objectives ~ Attendees will learn:
- How to safely navigate the interview process.
- How to “on-board” new employees.
- How to reduce the risk of employment claims.
- How to hire, or not independent contractors.
Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 3:30PM check-in
Presentation: 4:00PM to 6:00PM
Learning Units: 2 LU’s
Murtaugh Meyer Nelson & Treglia LLP
1st Floor Conference Center, Suite 150 (Located at the building entrance)
2603 Main Street, Irvine, CA 92614
$10 Members / $20 Non-Members (plus service fee)
Michael J. Murtaugh
Michael Murtaugh received his undergraduate degree from the University of Cincinnati (BA, with honors) and his law degree from the UCLA School of Law, where he represented the school in the National Moot Court competition and was elected to the Order of the Barristers. His practice focuses on the counseling and representation of design professionals, employment counseling, and general civil litigation; and he has received Martindale Hubbell’s highest “AV Preeminent” rating for ethics and competence.
Helen Cicino Fabian
Helen Cicino Fabian earned BAs in both Journalism and Communications Arts and Sciences from the University of Southern California, and her law degree from Loyola Law School; and she has been counseling companies with every type of employment issue imaginable for over 20 years. Most recently, Ms. Fabian served as a Senior Vice President and General Counsel, running the legal department for one of California’s largest and most well-respected non-profit health care systems including 6 hospitals and over 12,000 employees with both a unionized and non-union workforce. She is a frequently published author and served as managing editor of a legal book series published by Entrepreneur Press, and she routinely lectures and provides employment law training to all levels of human resource professionals, working with the Institute for Applied Management and Law, the National Business Institute, and the California Employers’ Group.