“What to Expect in Labor & Employment under the Trump Administration,” presented by Shelbie J. Byers, Esq. and Melanie Dunajeski, Esq.
AVMLA Continuing Education Webinar
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017, 3pm ET
Don’t miss out on this informative AVMLA webinar!
Learn how to the new administration will have the opportunity to shape wage and hour policies, equal employment policies, labor initiatives, workplace safety, FMLA, ADA, equal pay and Title VII with appointments to the Dept. of Labor, NLRB, EEOC, OSHA, the Supreme Court and much more!
Meet our Presenters:
Shelbie J. Byers is an Associate with DSV, (Drewry Simmons Vornehn, LLC) and she focuses her legal practice in the areas of labor and employment law and litigation law. Shelbie has experience with a wide array of business, commercial, and employment-related litigation and administrative matters and has assisted clients in state and federal courts as well as the EEOC, Department of Labor, OSHA, and other administrative agencies.
Melanie Dunajeski is the DSV Partner at the helm of the firm’s Northwest Indiana office, where she concentrates her state-wide practice in employment law, insurance law including coverage matters and coverage Litigation, and litigation of a variety of civil and commercial matters. Melanie advises employers in best practices, policy and procedure, and navigating the complex landscape of local state and federal laws impacting the employment relationship. She represents employers before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, and diverse local human relations commissions, as well as in state and federal court in litigated employment matters. She also represents insurers in a variety of coverage related matters including declaratory judgments and bad faith defense. Her general civil litigation practice includes commercial litigation in a variety of commercial and insurance settings.
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