CLE | Employment Law from Employer/Employee Perspectives: What Every Lawyer Should Know

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 | Noon to 1:30 p.m. | CNY Philanthropy Center | 2nd Floor Ballroom | 431 E. Fayette St. | Syracuse, NY 13202 | 1.5 MCLE credit (Professional Practice) | COST: $30 Member, $45 Non-Member, $15 Paralegal, FREE Lifetime/Agency/Student | Under NYS rules this CLE has been approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys | Tuition waivers are available | Come hungry, PIZZA will be served!

If you occasionally dip your toe into the employment law arena, or would like to know more about what to do when a new client calls, this CLE is for you!

This CLE offers two viewpoints into this practice area – employee and employer. You may represent one side or the other because employment law affects everyone. From employment discrimination to severance agreements, this seminar provides a basic understanding of the most common employment issues that might come up for lawyers, whether in the consultation room or at the water cooler!


Sarah E. Ruhlen, Esq.  Ms. Ruhlen is a 2011 graduate of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. She practices employment law at the Satter Law Firm, specializing in Public Sector Labor Law. She is an alumna of both the Peggy Browning Fellowship Program and the AFL-CIO Law Student Union Summer.

Robert J. Thorpe, Esq. A 2004 Le Moyne College graduate, Mr. Thorpe earned his Juris Doctor in 2011 from Tulane University. He is a member of the Labor & Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice areas at Barclay Damon where he represents both private and public sector employers.

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