April 29: Annual Employment Law Seminar

Delaware employers can mark their calendars for April 29, 2009. This is the date of Young Conaway’s 2009 Annual Employment Law Seminar.   Here’s a brief run-down on the essentials of the event–more details will follow as we get closer to April.  ycst sq.jpeg


Attendees include public and private sector employers, represented by Human Resource professionals, small-business owners, senior executives, and in-house counsel.

The attorneys from Young Conaway’s Employment Law Department will be speaking throughout the day.  This year, we are very pleased that Administrator Julie Klein Cutler and Trina Gumbs, of the Delaware Department of Labor’s Office of Anti-Discrimination, will be our keynote speakers.  There are no two people in the State administration who are more familiar with the nuances of the process involved in the filing of a Charge of Discrimination. 


One thing that will not be changing this year is the location of the event.  For the second year, the seminar will be held at the Chase Riverfront Center in Wilmington, Delaware.  We moved the event to the Riverfront last year due to the expanding number of participants.  The convenient location, accessible parking, and well-equipped facility earned the spot a return visit. 


This year we’ll be conducting the seminar for a full day instead of the half-day seminar we’ve done in previous years.  The program’s expansion was made in response to the comments and evaluations we received from attendees at last year’s conference.  The seminar will be held on April 29, 2009, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


The topics will be announced and registration will open soon.  Be sure to watch the blog for additional updates and registration information. 

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