Spilman recently hosted more than 70 business leaders from the Mid-Atlantic region for the law firm’s Pittsburgh SuperVision™ symposium, which focused on helping businesses prepare for what’s next in employment challenges.
Presentations discussed what’s next across the spectrum of HR hot topics such as:
- What’s Next with Arbitration Agreements: Controlling Employee Litigation and Related Costs
- What’s Next from the NLRB: Shaping the Way Employers Focus on Their Workforces
- What’s Next for Restrictive Covenants: Protecting Your Human Capital and Trade Secrets
- What’s Next For You? A Discussion of the Next Wave of Critical Employment Issues
The symposium concluded with a lively question-and-answer session with Spilman attorneys.
The popular SuperVision™ event series was launched eight years ago by Spilman’s labor and employment group, which has been recognized nationally for representation of management in employment disputes.
The symposia are complimentary and are offered in various locations throughout Spilman’s geographical footprint each year.
Dave Kern, Global Brass and Copper, provides insight on key employment issues
Spilman’s Larissa Dean and Jeff Patton address the crowd
Our clients and attorneys discuss upcoming issues regarding labor and employment
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The law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC (Spilman) announced today that the firm has launched its new Spilman SuperVision app for iOS devices. The app, which is available for free download in the Apple App Store, is designed to help corporate executives, general counsel and human resources professionals with the most frequent questions encountered by the firm’s labor and employment attorneys.
“We are excited to share the latest information on human resources issues and regulations via this new channel,” said Eric W. Iskra, chair of Spilman’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. “This app is a perfect complement to our SuperVision labor and employment symposium series and our quarterly e-newsletter. Finding new ways to deliver additional value to our clients is always front-of-mind at Spilman.”
The app allows users to explore common employment law situations, including those relating to overtime pay, final wage payment and employee complaints on social media. Following the app’s simple decision tree, users can gain a better understanding of their particular employment issue, what their options are, and when to seek the counsel of a knowledgeable legal advisor. Spilman worked with Pittsburgh design firm Quest Fore for the app coding and programming.
Spilman’s Labor and Employment Practice Group has been ranked at the national level through the Best Law Firms survey, a combined effort of U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, for excellent representation of management in employment disputes. The group has also been recognized by ALM as a Go-To Law Firm® for labor law litigation.