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    ESHRM's November Meeting- Tweet, Follow or Get Out of the Way

    Date: November 15, 2016, 7:30am – 9:30am
    Eastern Shore SHRM
    Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland
    31901 Tri-County Way
    Salisbury, MD 21804
    $15 Members / $25 Non-members
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    7:30 a.m. - Registration

    8:00 - 9:30 a.m. - Professional Development Session

    Presenter: Todd J. Shill, Esq. - Rhoads & Sinon LLP

    Todd Shill is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. His practice focuses on representing employers in all aspects of employment law and litigation, including gender, age, disability, and race discrimination cases, wrongful discharge and breach of contract cases, wage cases, cases under the Family and Medical Leave Act, non-compete and breach of fiduciary duty injunctive relief cases, and unemployment compensation cases. Mr. Shill has served as a mediator in federal court litigation, and regularly represents employers before state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and many other states, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation. In addition to representing medium to large-sized Pennsylvania businesses, Mr. Shill has acted as lead litigation counsel to national companies such as Cingular Wireless, LLC, AT&T Wireless Services, Inc., AT&T Mobility, LLC, Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., T-Mobile USA, Inc., DirecTV, and McDonald's Corp. Mr. Shill is also a frequent lecturer and regularly trains human resources and personnel managers, supervisors, and in-house counsel regarding employment-related topics. Mr.  Shill  has  authored numerous articles for training purposes, and has been featured in  Law360's popular Employment Law newsletter and website.

    Program Outline:

    • Current litigation
    • Examples of employee and employer mistakes in social media
    • What is the NLRA current and past stance on some cases
    • Suggestions on policy and employee relations based on current litigation