Raleigh, NC, February 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On February 19, 2008, at a joint meeting with TSHRM (Triangle Society for Human Resource Management), RWHRMA is pleased to introduce Louis B Meyer III, JD, partner at Poyner & Spruill, to provide details on non-compete agreements. In his presentation, he will define non-compete agreements, explain different types and legal requirements for enforceable non-competes, give examples of agreements that courts have declared unenforceable, and furnish the audience with strategies for protecting customer relationships and trade secrets. He will offer precautions to take when a key employee leaves or what to do when hiring an employee from a competitor. Mr. Meyer has twenty years of employment law practice. He has assisted employers with enforcement of non-compete covenants and other restrictive covenants, protection of trade secrets and proprietary information, and litigation of other claims associated with departing employees. In selected cases, Louis has also represented employees in disputes involving non-compete agreements or other restrictive covenants. This annual joint meeting with TSHRM has been approved for one hour of recertification credit through HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute).
RWHRMA welcomes members and prospective members to attend this event at the Raleigh Women’s Club. Registration, networking and Luncheon buffet begin at 11:30 AM with chapter business and the program starting at Noon. Member fees are $20.00 for pre-registrants and $25.00 for walk-ins; Guest fees are $25.00 for pre-registrants and $30.00 for walk-ins; Student fees are $10.00. All fees include buffet lunch. Space is limited so advance registration is strongly encouraged. Registration for this meeting will be accepted until Friday, February 15th at 5pm. For additional information or to register visit www.rwhrma.org
Raleigh-Wake Human Resource Management Association (RWHRMA) is a not-for-profit human resources professional association and is a local affiliate of the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) organization focused on serving the HR professional and advancing the HR profession. Established in 1954 and nationally recognized for its many award-winning programs and a premier chapter of SHRM, RWHRMA provides many professional development, community service, and networking opportunities to its more than 500 members representing a variety of businesses and industries. Contact: Barb Giarelli, Communication Chair, RWHRMA, 919-269-2313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.