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Seminar Details

September 11, 2008

How to Conduct Internal Investigations: A Primer In Conducting Full Investigations of Internal Complaints of Workplace Discrimination and Other Workplace Matters

Location: Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP

Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

THIS SEMINAR IS FULL

If you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please contact Nancy Weymouth at Morgan, Brown & Joy at nweymouth@morganbrown.com or at (617) 788-5043.  If a space becomes available, we will contact you to confirm your attendance.  

If you have registered through the website on or after August 19, 2008, you will be added to the waiting list.  You will not be confirmed for the seminar until contacted and billed by Morgan, Brown & Joy.

MBJ sincerely appreciates  your interest in this seminar.  Due to its popularity, MBJ will be presenting additional seminars in the coming months.  Please continue to visit our website for more information.  

Do you worry that your internal investigation is incomplete?  Are you uncertain when to conclude your investigation, or if you need to keep looking into a matter?   Do you worry that your investigation will not withstand a challenge if tested in lawsuit, or a charge of discrimination? 

On September 11, 2008, Morgan Brown & Joy will offer its first in a series of training courses on employment law topics.  This first course will focus on conducting full, thorough and defensible internal investigations.  This course will be co-taught by Jaclyn L. Kugell, partner at Morgan, Brown & Joy, and Rebecca Shuster, Director of Training, Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.

This interactive course will include a review of Massachusetts workplace discrimination laws, and legal standards for determining whether discrimination, or discriminatory harassment, may have occurred.  The course will highlight ways to assist you in conducting more prompt, efficient, and thorough investigations into allegations of discrimination.  This course is designed to improve investigative methods and increase the likelihood that the investigation process and findings will withstand review by a governmental agency or court.

This seminar is designed for Human Resources professionals and other employees who are charged with conducting workplace investigations within their organizations. 

Location:         Morgan, Brown & Joy
                        200 State Street, 11th Floor 
                        Boston, Massachusetts

Date:               Thursday, September 11, 2008

Time:                9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Cost:                $280

This seminar is full. 

If you registered for this seminar on-line before August 18, 2008,  Morgan, Brown & Joy will contact you for billing purposes. 

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