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Jan 2017

ScottHulse to Host 9th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar March 2

January 9, 2017 The ninth annual ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar is set for Thursday, March 2, at the El Paso Community College (EPCC) Administrative Service Center. The theme for this year’s seminar is “Taking Care of Business: A Rock & Roll Guide to Employment Law.” The seminar, which is designed for business owners, executives, in-house legal counsel, human resource professionals, managers, and supervisors,...

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15

Jun 2016

ScottHulse Law Firm to Present June 24th Seminar Focused on New U.S. Department of Labor Overtime Rule

ScottHulse Law Firm’s labor and employment practice group will present a seminar focusing on the U.S. Department of Labor’s new Final Overtime Rule, Friday, June 24, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., at the El Paso Club in downtown El Paso. The two-hour seminar for business owners, executives and managers, human resource professionals, in-house legal counsel, and accounting firms, is designed to educate employers and advisers regarding...

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15

Mar 2016

8th Annual Labor & Employment Seminar Reaches Record Number of Attendees

March 15, 2016 EL PASO, TX – ScottHulse Law Firm’s 2016 Labor & Employment Law Seminar, held on March 3, set a new attendance record for the annual event, which is now in its eighth year. The seminar, which was attended by than 200 business owners, executives, managers, supervisors, human resource professionals, and in-house legal counsel, was hosted by the South-West Texas Small Business...

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