Key Workplace Issues Impacting Southeast Michigan Employers Focus of October 27 (Virtual) Seminar



DETROIT, Mich. –  Human resources professionals are constantly challenged to stay ahead of the curve on evolving labor and employment issues. Butzel will address a variety of key legal matters during its 35th Annual Labor, Employment, Employee Benefits and Immigration Law Forum in a (virtual) format from 8 – 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 27, 2022.

The registration fee is $49 per person. Presentation recordings will be made available

to those who have registered for the event. For more information or to register online, visit

Attendees will be eligible for 1-3 HRCI and SHRM CE Credits, pending approval. All attendees must register for and attend the Welcome and Update Session to receive credit.

Notably, participants should register for one webinar in each Workshop Session.

“We have developed five targeted workshops intended to address some of the most pressing workplace issues facing employers,” said Daniel B. Tukel, Chair of Butzel’s Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Department. “We have packed a lot of relevant content in this three-hour webinar designed for human resources professionals, general counsel, and business owners.”

Workshop session topics include:

  • Remote Work
  • Immigration From 10,000 Feet
  • Mental Disabilities
  • Recruiting and Retaining Talent
  • The Politically Charged Workplace

The following Butzel attorneys are presenters during this year’s webinar:

Linda Armstrong, Rebecca Davies, Carey DeWitt, Amany Kasham, Bushra Malik, Lynn McGuire, Sarah Nirenberg, Reginald Pacis, Blake Padget, Scott Patterson, James Rosenfeld, Andrew Stumpff, and Daniel Tukel.

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