Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce: Labor & Law Employment Update

Thursday, November 15, 2018 (8AM-11AM EST)

MHTL attorneys Katherine Hesse and Kier Wachterhauser will be presenting information regarding important legal issues and developments in the Labor & Employment field at a Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce (NVCC) event on Thursday, November 15th.  These presentations will include a comprehensive overview of major legislative/regulatory/case law developments, as well as best practices in navigating issues such as marijuana in the workplace and sexual harassment.

This event is currently open for registration at the NVCC website.  The event will be held at the offices of Gray, Gray & Gray, LLP in Canton, MA.

NVCC: Labor & Law Employment Update

Thursday, November 15, 2018

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

Gray, Gray & Gray, LLP

150 Royall Street Suite 102

Canton, MA 02021

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