Two High Swartz partners presented at the recent Montgomery Bar Association Employment Law CLE, according to a press release issued by High Swartz LLP.
Thomas D. Rees presented on employment contracts and employee non-compete agreements. He spoke about recent case developments arising from both employer enforcement of non-competes and employee challenges to non-compete agreements. The talk provided both management and key employee perspectives on drafting and negotiating employment contracts and non-compete agreements.
James B. Shrimp presented on the Trump Effect, focusing on policy changes in the new administration, including the reconsideration of Obama-era NLRB decisions on concerted activities, micro-unions, joint-employer liability, and union election rules and the rollback of regulations on overtime pay, prevailing wage, and OSHA enforcement.
Thomas D. Rees focuses his employment practice on advice, negotiations, and litigation over employment terminations; restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and confidential information; employment discrimination and sexual harassment issues; and employment contracts.
James B. Shrimp counsels and represents businesses in employment and commercial disputes, including employment discrimination, wage and hour, and restrictive covenants. Mr. Shrimp also counsels and represents business in Franchise Law and Trademark issues.
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