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Nov 9, 2017

11th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference

Jonathan A. Grode

Practice Director Jonathan Grode attended the 11th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference which was held in Washington D.C. The conference, hosted by the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, ​examined changes that have occurred from the Obama to the Trump Administration and brought together many private practitioners and government agency representatives for robust panels and dialogues. Attendees had the opportunity to confer with top practitioners representing employees, employers, unions and government agencies, as well as neutrals, in-house counsel and academics.

 Jonathan Grode was part of the panel discussion "Immigration Enforcement in a New Era: The View from Home" under the Immigration and Human Trafficking faculty. For more details regarding the panel topic, or to discuss U.S. immigration issues, please contact ​us directly.​

11th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference

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