Carrie Francis, Stephanie Scheck, Johnny Wang and Lonnie Williams to Present at 2016 Arizona SHRM Conference

Speaking Engagement

Join Carrie Francis, Stephanie Scheck, Johnny Wang and Lonnie Williams, Jr. from Stinson Leonard Street as they present a series of short, TED style talks on the 10 most pressing topics in employment law for 2016. This session is a must attend for employers large and small and will focus on real world solutions to today's most important workplace issues.

The presentation will explain and provide practical examples on the following employment matters:

  1. Prepare for the DOL Changes to Overtime Exemption Rules
  2. Equal Pay Review
  3. Hiring Barriers and Background Checks
  4. Paid Sick Leave
  5. Minimum Wage Increases
  6. Wellness Policies
  7. Sexual Orientation Issues
  8. 'Bring Your Own Device' vs. Company-issued
  9. Arbitration
  10. Whistleblower Retaliation

The Stinson Leonard Street team represents employers in virtually all areas of labor, employment and employee benefits law. We bring decades of experience developing sensible employment policies, managing sensitive workplace investigations, litigating in courtrooms across the country and guiding clients through the most high stakes personnel situations.

Carrie Francis counsels employers throughout several state and federal jurisdictions across the country. She has extensive experience in complex state and federal wage and hour litigation claims and in representing clients in matters involving trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, covenants not to compete and employment agreements.

Stephanie Scheck is co-chair of the firm's Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Division. She provides practical, business and legal solutions in all areas of employment law compliance. She regularly represents clients in OFCCP Affirmative Action Plan audits and provides consulting, training and audits on a variety of employment law compliance issues.

Lonnie Williams, Jr. is a trial lawyer with particular experience in commercial business and employment-related matters. Williams is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and a past president of the National Conference of Bar Presidents. He has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America since 1995.

Johnny Wang's practice is focused on providing solutions for companies dealing with headaches caused by employees in the U.S. and abroad. He counsels clients on anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance and provides training under the FCPA. He currently serves as president of the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis.

Presentation begins at 10 a.m. on September 1 at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort in Chandler, AZ. For more information or to register for this conference visit the 2016 Arizona SHRM Conference website.

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