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    Sarah Andrews Herman informative session on various areas of Labor & Employment Law.

    Date: February 5, 2014, 9:00am – 3:00pm
    Bismarck ND
    Members: $50.00 Non-members: $99.00
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    Central Dakota Human Resource Association presents

    Sarah Andrews Herman in Bismarck on

    Wednesday, February 5, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

    Sarah will be presenting an informative session on various areas of Labor & Employment Law.

    Sarah Andrews Herman is a member of Dorsey’s Trial and Labor and Employment Practice Groups.  Sarah has extensive experience in employment and labor law matters.  She frequently handles trial, arbitrations, mediations, EEOC charges, OFCCP audits, wage and hour audits, AAP’s, training of employees and managers, drafting and applying policies and procedures to limit employers’ risk of employment litigation, unionization issues, and collective bargaining.  Sarah also has significant litigation experience in a number of areas including employment litigation, commercial litigation and products liability.  Sarah was recognized as Lawyer of the Year 2014 by Best Lawyers in America® and has been named in The Best Lawyers in America every year since 1990.  Sarah has also been named to the 2013 Great Plains Super Lawyers list in the area of Employment and Labor law.  She is the only lawyer in North Dakota who received Chambers USA highest ranking: a star.  Sarah is the partner in charge of the Fargo office of Dorsey & Whitney which was chosen as the Large Tier winner of the 2013 Corporate INTL Magazine Legal Award for Labor Law Firm of the Year in North Dakota and Litigation Law Firm of the Year in North Dakota.

    Seating is limited so register today by clicking on the link below.

    Labor & Employment Law: It Really Does Matter!.

    5.25 General HRCI credits.

    CDHRA Training and Development Committee

    Lorrie R. Pavlicek, SPHR, Chairperson

    Bonnie L. Dahl, SPHR

    Brenda Gierke, SPHR