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Maureen Moore, a partner with Karger Key Barnes & Springer, LLP in Dallas, Texas, has specialized in the practice of labor and employment law on the management side for almost twenty years. She has considerable experience with all facets of the employment relationship on local, national, and international levels.

Ms. Moore is licensed to practice in Texas and various federal courts across the country, and is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Her practice includes labor and employment litigation, arbitration, OSHA inspections, OFCCP and discrimination complaints, remaining union-free, collective bargaining, corporate employment policies, and general counseling on personnel and employment policies.

She is the author of ADA Compliance Manual for Employers and Employment Forms and Policies.


Jeffrey L. Hirsch is a partner in the law firm of Robinson & Cole, where he concentrates on safety and health cases and other labor matters. He has represented both unionized and nonunion companies before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, and other state and federal agencies.

Mr. Hirsch serves on both the Massachusetts Attorney General's Labor Law Advisory Board and the Advisory Board of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.

He is the author of Occupational Safety and Health Handbook: An Employer 's Guide to OSHA Laws.


Lee T. Paterson is an employment law attorney in the firm of Winston and Strawn. He is past chair of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Personnel Management Committee and was general counsel for the Professionals in Human Resources Association (PHIRA). He is also a member of the California state council of the Society of Human Resource Managers.

Mr. Paterson is author of Employer's Wage Manual and The Human Resource Audit. He is co-author of Documenting Employee Discipline, Supervisor's Guide to Documenting Employee Discipline, and Supervisor's Guide to Employee Performance Reviews.


Mike Deblieux is president of Mike Deblieux Human Resources. He is a nationally recognized human resources management trainer and consultant, providing over 100 programs each year to a variety of public and private institutions. A Blue Ribbon Speaker for the American Management Association, he writes a monthly column for PIHRAScope, the newsletter of the Professionals in Human Resources Association.

Mr. Deblieux is co-author of Documenting Employee Discipline, Supervisor's Guide to Documenting Employee Discipline, and Supervisor's Guide to Employee Performance Reviews.
 

Littler Mendelson
With nearly 400 attorneys in 29 offices nationwide, Littler Mendelson is the largest law firm in the United States practicing exclusively in employment and labor law, representing management. Areas of practice include employment problem prevention, wrongful termination and civil rights litigation, equal employment opportunity, workplace violence, wage and hour regulation, employee benefits, occupational safety and health law, labor-management relations, union avoidance, immigration, unemployment and disability benefits, and workers' compensation.

Littler has successfully provided its clients with excellent legal advice for over 60 years. During this time, Littler Mendelson has litigated, mediated, and negotiated some of the most influential cases in the nation's history, many of which set precedents and/or created laws that are still in the forefront today.

For more than a decade, each year Littler Mendelson, the largest employment and labor law firm in the United States, has written and published the Employer Handbooks.

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