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Employment Law Update: 2020 Year in Review and 2021

access_time Posted on: October 24th, 2020

Thursday, November 12

12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

CGA Law firm’s experienced team of employment attorneys will provide proactive business leaders at all levels with an update on key employment law developments. They will suggest strategies to help employers maintain compliance with the many legal challenges employers face in 2020, as well as a preview of what 2021 may have in store. 

Join Us

Join our CGA experts for an enjoyable and informative YCEA working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants to share their insights, ask questions, and share valuable tips. We look forward to seeing you there!

Featured Speakers

The featured speakers, Attorneys Zach Nahass and Christine Nentwig, are Co-Chairs of the Labor and Employment Law Department at CGA Law Firm.

Zachary Nahass

Co-Chair Labor & Employment Law Department

CGA Law Firm Attorney Christine Nentwig

Christine Nentwig

Co-Chair Labor & Employment Law Department

If you have a specific question about labor and employment law, please contact us.


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