Larry Stuart and Glen Rigby gave a presentation entitled “Auditing Compensation Practices” at HR Houston’s 2011 Gulf Coast Symposium on Human Resource Issues. Larry and Glen provided practical insight on why employers should conduct compensation audits and how those audits should be conducted. Click here for Presentation Slides.
Larry Stuart and Tonja King gave a presentation entitled “The New Bermuda Triangle: ADA/FMLA/GINA” at HR Houston’s 2011 Gulf Coast Symposium on Human Resource Issues. Larry and Tonja gave an update on recent development relating to management of employees needing time off and/or accommodations for medical issues and provided practical information on how to manage employees with medical issues to reduce risk of claims. Click here for Presentation Slides.
The ease with which companies create and store data has caused the focus in many employment and commercial disputes to be on electronic discovery. Courts and litigants continue to grapple with how best to manage the cost of gathering, reviewing and producing data relevant to pending claims. The availability of electronic data and the ease with which it can be misappropriated has led to an increase in trade secret theft litigation and the use of non-compete agreements to protect company interests. On December 8, 2009, Larry Stuart and the Honorable Lee Rosenthal, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Texas, co-presented “The Future of Litigation and the Impact of e-Discovery on Your Business” for Jones Partners at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business. Click here for a copy of the presentation.