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WEBINAR: Open Shop Web Meeting Quick Learn: What the NLRB's New Joint Employer Standard Means for Construction Contractors

All webinar times are in ET

Member Price: FREE

Description:

The NLRB's recent ruling in the Browning-Ferris Industries case relaxes the standard for determining when two companies constitute "joint employers" under the National Labor Relations Act. Attorney Larry Marquess of Littler Mendelson will explain the implications of the ruling specifically for employers in the construction industry and how such employers can minimize the risk of being deemed a joint employer of workers employed by their subcontractors, staffing firms, and others. The presentation will be part of AGC of America Open Shop Committee's Quarterly Web Meeting, which will also include a broader labor law and activities update. The web meeting is free and open to all AGC members.

Speaker:


Larry Marquess
Shareholder
Littler

Larry Marquess currently represents clients in all facets of labor and employment law before administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, as well as in state and federal courts.  He is highly knowledgeable of and experienced with matters involving traditional labor law, employment discrimination, unlawful discharge, tort and contract claims, wage and hour, and safety and health issues.  He has substantial experience representing construction employers and is chairman-elect of the AGC Labor and Employment Law Council.  More information about Larry is found at https://www.littler.com/people/larry-marquess.

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