Eric B. Meyer presents at American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law

May 4, 2012

Eric B. Meyer, a partner in the Labor and Employment Group at Dilworth Paxson LLP, presented at the National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law for American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law. Meyer and the other speakers, led a discussion about the Essential Technology Tools for Your Practice. The panel of speakers focused on law practice technology essentials for any law firm, especially on how to leverage social media for marketing and resource development, assess low-cost case-management and document review tools, and how to present electronic evidence at trial.

Meyer focuses his practice on employment discrimination and retaliation; workplace harassment; employee pay practices; leaves of absence, disabilities and reasonable accommodations; non-competition and trade secret disputes; employment contracts, reductions in force, severance arrangements and other contractual matters; and union-management relations and collective bargaining. Meyer is also very active in social media, making him a resource for employers on cutting-edge legal issues. He also publishes The Employer Handbook, recently recognized by the ABA Journal as one of the top labor-and-employment-law blogs in America.

Dilworth Paxson LLP conducts a broad and diverse regional and national law practice representing a wide variety of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to closely-held businesses, governmental entities, individuals, and other institutions. To learn more, visit www.dilworthlaw.com.

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