Monday, March 11, 2019
Partner Mark A. Tabakin, Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Department of Weiner Law Group LLP will be presenting an Employment Law Update during the AEA Spring Utility Management Conference held at Caesars in Atlantic City, NJ on March 12-13.
Know when to call an #Audible. Spend an hour with Mark as he discusses recent cases and legislation that will impact you and hot-button trends in employment law to keep you from being blitzed in 2019. From sexual harassment to family leave and unemployment, to union membership, minimum wage and JANUS, Mark will discuss how recent developments will impact you and your organizations. If that’s not enough to keep you in the fog, New Jersey’s impending Medical Marijuana laws certainly will. Mark will help clear up some commonly held employment myths as New Jersey heads towards legalization.
Mark A. Tabakin, Esq. has spent the past twenty-nine (29) years focusing his practice on the areas of labor and employment law and education law. Mr. Tabakin has handled a wide variety of legal issues on behalf of numerous public bodies such as municipalities, municipal utility authorities, counties, boards of education and libraries.
Mark is Labor and Special Counsel to many Municipal Utility Authorities. In that role, he provides a full range of human resource consulting services, participates in the collective bargaining process, conducts investigations regarding employee discipline and harassment, and provides a full range of litigation resources including labor/employment related litigation matters such as grievance arbitrations, disciplinary proceedings, civil service appeals, New Jersey Law Against Discrimination/Equal Employment Opportunity Commission matters and civil rights claims.
To register, visit the AEA’s website @ www.aeanj.org. Have questions about labor and employment issues? Talk to Mark here.
AEA is a trade association of publicly owned government agencies and private-sector businesses that provide or support clean water and solid waste utility service in New Jersey. The mission of AEA is to provide information, education and advocacy that help member organizations provide professional, efficient and cost-effective service to their ratepayers and to help the public understand and appreciate the work of its members.