CT SHRM State Council Webinar in conjunction with Verrill Dana LLP Attorney’s at Law
Date: August 31, 2017 Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST
Cost: $30 Credits: 1.0 credits each for SHRM and HRCI Credits Pending
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What Employers Need To Conduct Effective Internal Investigations
Navigating personnel-related issues can pose a host of complex issues. Often, employers are faced with the initial decision of whether to investigate their own employees, and then must determine how to effectively conduct such an investigation and take appropriate action while balancing a range of sensitive considerations.
During this webinar, Verrill Dana attorneys Douglas Steinmetz and Calvin Woo will discuss the following steps:
Calvin Woo, Partner, Verrill Dana LLP
A member of Verrill Dana’s Labor & Employment Group, Attorney Calvin Woo counsels and defends businesses on matters involving employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, employment agreements, and non-competition and non-solicitation covenants, among other related issues. In addition to his employment practice, Calvin has diverse commercial and civil litigation experience, representing companies and individuals in matters including contract disputes, trade secrets, business torts, civil RICO, product liability, construction, and environmental claims. Prior to entering private practice, Calvin served as an assistant district attorney in the Investigations Division of the Office of the District Attorney, Bronx County. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Bar Foundation and the Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Calvin’s full biography can be found on the Verrill Dana website.
Doug Steinmetz, Partner, Verrill Dana LLP
Doug Steinmetz, a labor and employment attorney at Verrill Dana, focuses his practice primarily in the area of employment and commercial litigation. In this capacity, he represents businesses and financial and healthcare institutions in state and federal trials, appeals, arbitrations and mediations. Doug has broad experience in employment and contract disputes, trade secrets and business torts, real property disputes, employment law, RICO and securities fraud, state and municipal tax controversies, and products liability, construction and probate disputes. Doug is also the partner in charge of the firm’s ongoing pro bono projects, partnering with the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center based in West Haven, Connecticut. Doug’s full biography can be found on the Verrill Dana website.