Twice in the past eight
years, attorneys David A. Selden and Julie A. Pace of the Cavanaugh Law Firm,
PA, have conducted employment law seminars in Lake Havasu City, and on March 21
they return at the request of our members for an “Employment Law Update at the
Hampton Inn, 245 London Bridge Road, from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
Admission is $100 for Chamber
members and $35 for additional members of the same company, and general
admission is $150. An RSVP is required by calling 928.855.4115. Website: www.havasuchamber.com
· Overview of Arizona Human Resources Manual and Major
Federal and State Employment Laws
· Recruiting and Hiring, Orientation and Training,
Background Checks, and Employee Agreements
· Counseling and Termination of Employees
· EEOC and ACRD Charges of Discrimination and Conducting
· Leaves of Absence
· Personnel Manuals and Policies
· Wage and Hour Laws and Issues
· Immigration: I-9 and E-Verify Compliance
You’ll have something to take
away as well - two related manuals: AZ Human Resources Manual and Policy and
Forms which they’ve co-authored. The manuals are considered the HR Bible for
business in Arizona.
Pace concentrates her
practice in the fields of employment law, immigration compliance, OSHA, health
care and construction. She defends claims of sexual harassment, employment
discrimination, retaliation, whistleblowing, wrongful discharge and against
charges by the EEOC.
Selden is a partner
concentrating his practice in representing a wide variety of employment law
matters, including discrimination, wrongful discharge, employment contracts,
matters involving federal agencies such as EEOC and ICE, restrictive covenants,
trade secrets, human resources and more. He’s known for literally “writing the
law” on wrongful termination in Arizona.
Admission includes a light
continental breakfast and a morning break snack, besides the two books.