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    What Employers Wished Their Lawyers Had Told Them Before They Got Sued”

    Date: March 21, 2013, 7:15am – 9:00am
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    Paul’s presentation will educate Human Resource and Business professionals on some little-known aspects of labor and employment laws that give rise to common mistakes.  He will share the lessons learned from litigating employment cases that will help them to take proactive steps to (a) minimize the risk of employment lawsuits and agency charges and (b) increase the likelihood of prevailing if a lawsuit or charge is filed.

    About Paul Nordsletten

    Paul Nordsletten is an attorney who has been representing employers on labor and employment issues for over sixteen years. He has litigated countless matters involving invasion of privacy, discrimination, wage and hour, retaliation, and other employment claims in state and federal court and before local, state, and federal agencies.

    He has drafted hundreds of policies and employee handbooks and provided on-going practical advice to employers to help them address their employment problems. He has also helped many employers prevail in union-organizing campaigns and address ongoing labor-management issues.

    He is the founding member of Tahoma Law PLLC in Kent, Washington.

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