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Program on L&E Issues for Health Care Providers

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(Jackson, MS/April 7, 2008) On April 17, the law firm of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC will present "A Health Care Provider's Guide to Navigating Employment and Labor Issues." The half-day seminar, which is open to general counsel, labor and employment counsel and human resource managers and executives, will cover a variety of employment matters with a special focus on the unique issues faced by health care organizations.

A number of attorneys from the Firm's Labor & Employment Group will present on a range of topics, including the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act to the health care industry, responding to a union organizing campaign, common mistakes related to the Family Medical Leave Act and recent court decisions interpreting the Fair Labor Standards Act in the health care industry.

The program will be held at the Baker Donelson Media Center in the Firm's Jackson office in Meadowbrook Office Park. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8:00 a.m., and the program will take place from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. For more information and to register for the event, contact Dawn Warrington at 601.351.2400 or dwarrington@bakerdonelson.com. The registration fee for the event is $50 per attendee. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

The Baker Donelson Labor & Employment Group represents local, regional and national clients in all types of labor and employment matters including litigation, as well as litigation avoidance through ensuring compliance with employment-related laws and regulations and extensive training programs for client supervisors and managers. Baker Donelson has been ranked among the top 10 labor and employment litigation firms in the country by Employment Law 360, a national news source for employment law and human resources professionals.

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