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Howard Tarkow to Present at Minnesota CLE's 2014 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
"How to Tell the Government That You Did Not Discriminate or Retaliate," 2014 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, Minnesota CLE, 2014
May 21, 2014

Howard Tarkow will be presenting again this year at Minnesota CLE's Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute, a nationally recognized two-day conference that is dedicated to workplace law issues.  Howard will be speaking at 1:30 on May 20, the second day of the Institute at the St. Paul RiverCentre, on "How to Tell the Government That You Did Not Discriminate or Retaliate."  This has been a popular topic for attendees.  Howard will discuss how to evaluate and then answer a charge of discrimination that will put an employer in the best possible position to effectively deal with it.

Howard Tarkow’s law practice focuses on representing employers on their employment and labor-management issues, disputes, and concerns. For more than 30 years, Howard has advised Maslon's business and nonprofit clients to help them maintain positive employee relations, minimize the risk of expensive and disruptive legal claims, and effectively represent them in court and in administrative proceedings with federal, state and local agencies that enforce employment and labor laws.

For more information, or to register, go to MN CLE's 2014 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute.
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