Charting a Clear Course - Labor Law for Nonunion Employers Webinar


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Archived Webinar: Charting a
Clear Course - Labor Law for Nonunion Employers Webinar

Originally held: Thursday, September 16, 2010

Presented by Stanley C. Moore, III and Gary W. Francis

Topic Overview:

This archived webinar discusses how the National Labor Relations Act affects nonunion employers and reviews union avoidance techniques and other hot topics in labor law that may benefit nonunion employers! 

Who Should Access the Archived Files Below for This Webinar?

 The Labor Law for Nonunion Employers Webinar, which is part of Plunkett Cooney's Informed Employer Webinar Series, is a must review webinar 
for HR professionals and business executives.

Continuing Education Credit Information 

This program was approved for 1.25 (general) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. This approval is valid through 9/16/2010 and is not transferable.

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Featured Speakers:


Stanley C. Moore, III is a partner at Plunkett Cooney who devotes his practice exclusively to representing management in labor and employment law matters. He has represented both private and public sector employers in all facets of labor and employment law in union and nonunion settings for more than 34 years. Mr. Moore practices before the U.S. and Michigan Departments of Labor, the EEOC and MDCR, the NLRB and MERC, and the National Mediation Board under the Railway Labor Act. 


Gary W. Francis is a former member of Plunkett Cooney’s Labor and Employment Practice Group who focused his practice primarily in the areas of traditional labor law, employment law and employee benefits (ERISA). He represented employers in labor and employment litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as in state and federal administrative hearings. 

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