Dilworth Paxson Partner Jennifer Platzkere Snyder to Present at PBI's Employment Law Institute 2018 on Thursday, April 26


Jennifer Platzkere Snyder, a Dilworth Paxson Partner and member of its Labor and Employment Group, will be presenting a program at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s two–day Employment Law Institute 2018 titled “Ethics in Employment Law” on Thursday, April 26 between 1:15 and 2:15 PM.

This interactive presentation will address some of the key ethical issues that arise while counseling clients concerning employment law matters and in the midst of employment litigation.

The Employment Law Institute is the biggest and best employment law conference in Pennsylvania.  In addition to a thorough update on all the new developments in employment law, the Institute features more than 60 sessions covering every aspect of employment law.  More than 500 employment lawyers and human resource professionals typically attend this gathering of plaintiff and defense lawyers, human resource professionals and others interested in employment law.

The full program will run from 8:30 AM – 4:35 PM and will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA.  This program offers a total of 8 Pennsylvania CLE credits (6 sub/2 eth).

Please note the presentation will be repeated between 3:35 and 4:35 PM.

For more information and to register (see item #16), click here.

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