Los Angeles, CA, January 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- 125 members of the Los Angeles legal community are expected to attend the Employment Law Forum, hosted by the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (GLA ALA), on Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City at 2151 Avenue of the Stars in Los Angeles.
This leading employment law educational event for legal management professionals will feature updates on ways to prevent workplace violence by Glen Kraemer, Founding Partner of Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP. Sessions by industry experts will include:
· Glen E. Kraemer, Founding Partner of Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, on ‘Preventing Workplace Violence – Managing the Troubled Employee’
· Beth A. Schroeder, Partner at Lathrop & Gage LLP, on ‘HR Legal Update 2013’
· Allison Pratt, MBA, SPHR, of Pratt & Associates, on ‘How to Recognize, Reward and Retain Top Talent’
· Diane L. Katz, PhD, of The Working Circle, on ‘Win at Work! The Everybody Wins Approach to Conflict Resolution’
First Legal Network, Nationwide Legal LLC and over 40 other business partners will offer cutting-edge exhibits, products and information during the exposition and exhibit hall.
Says GLA ALA Board President Shaun Morrison of the event, “The Employment Law Forum is a wonderful opportunity to showcase the most cutting-edge knowledge in the industry for 2013 so that our members continue to demonstrate the utmost of excellence in their profession as administrators.”
The cost to attend the morning sessions is $55 for members and $85 for non GLA ALA members. Full day registration is $80 for members and $110 for non GLA ALA members. MCLE, CLM certification and recertification credits will be earned for those attending. View the event flyer:
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About GLA ALA: Greater Los Angeles, a Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (GLA ALA), has over 350 members. GLA ALA is a nonprofit membership organization that provides educational opportunities, resources and forums for the exchange of information to improve the quality and professionalism of management in legal services organizations. http://www.glaala.org