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Stearns Weaver is a great firm to work with, because they bring a level of expertise you would expect to see at only a big firm, yet they combine it with the responsiveness, client service and attention to detail you would see at a small firm. Throughout our interactions with them, it is clear that they have their client’s interest above all else.

- Chambers USA 2016

Overview

We understand that our clients are in an extremely competitive business market and that employers (large and small in both the public and private sectors) need timely, practical business-oriented advice on labor and employment issues. We also understand that “human resources” are not a commodity, but real people with real workplace problems that are often difficult for our clients to address alone. We believe that partnering with our clients to provide strategic preventive counseling, training (in English, Spanish and Creole), audits and legal representation is the best antidote to complex and challenging workplace problems.

We also believe that if our clients become involved in a lawsuit, grievance, arbitration, claim of discrimination or wrongful discharge in any legal forum, they each deserve ethical and zealous representation. We are experienced trial attorneys, not just “litigators.” We are also labor attorneys with “in the trenches” experience in dealing with unions seeking to represent blue collar, white collar and professional employees.

Our commitment to our clients is simple:

  • Provide practical, business-oriented counseling and candid legal advice
  • Partner with our clients to audit employment practices, comply with wage and hour laws, draft employment agreements, protect trade secrets, realign workforces, and comply with EEO and affirmative action requirements and plans
  • Provide zealous and effective representation in administrative and litigation matters, including at mediation and in trial
  • Educate and train managers and employees about the “do’s and don’ts” in a rapidly changing work environment
  • Be responsive to our clients’ needs 24/7

Seminars & Webinars

Our Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar draws hundreds of human resources professionals, general counsel and senior executives from top businesses throughout Florida. Now in its 27th year, the day-long event features speakers from the Firm’s Labor & Employment Department and explores timely, hot topics in labor and employment law.

The Department also produces a series of workshops for employers throughout the year. Offered in-person and via webinar, the series is designed for Human Resource Professionals, General Counsel and Senior Executives.

Labor & Employment Law Blogs

Listed among the American Bar Association's top 100 blogs in 2016 BelaborThePoint offers insights and commentary on current topics related to labor and employment law.

Featuring writers from Stearns Weaver Miller’s Labor & Employment department, the blog is a resource for employers, management, in-house counsel, HR professionals and anyone interested in the day-to-day issues facing employers.

Subscribe to our blog in English at BeLaborThePoint.com or in Spanish at CafeConLabor.com.   

  • Affirmative Action Programs & OFCCP Compliance
  • Disability & Leave Management
  • Employee & Management Training
  • Employee Benefits & Compensation Planning
    Stearns Weaver Miller’s Employee Benefits practice counsels employers in the design, implementation and operation of employee pension and welfare plans and executive equity and deferred compensation programs. We also represent employers before the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Labor in the matters of initial and continuing tax qualification and audits of plans. We advise employers on handling employees’ claims for benefits, as well as strategizing the defense of any claims. Further, we have considerable experience providing tax advice and services to tax-exempt organizations in their efforts to provide competitive benefits to diverse groups of employees.

    Our lawyers have handled significant and sophisticated ERISA litigation on behalf of employers, plan administrators, trustees and individual defendants. We have handled the defense of numerous types of claims, including claims for severance, disability and other welfare benefits; claims for benefits under ERISA top hat plans, such as supplemental executive retirement plans; claims for breach of fiduciary duty against corporate board members, internal benefits appeals committees, and trustees; claims of procedural and substantive violations under ERISA plans; discrimination under ERISA § 510; and claims for executive benefits and stock options.

    We have litigated ERISA cases in state court, federal district court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and have briefed issues to the United States Supreme Court. Our Employee Benefits lawyers have experience with issues of ERISA exhaustion of administrative remedies requirement and futility issues, ERISA preemption, statute of limitations issues (regarding both fiduciary and non-fiduciary claims), distinguishing between fiduciary and settlor functions, issues relating to the appropriate standard of review and plan administrators’ conflicts of interest, interpretation of plan amendment, termination, vesting, accrual and anti-cutback provisions, remedies available for technical procedural violations, delegation of fiduciary and claims administration functions, ERISA’s church plan exemption, and attorney-client privilege issues.
  • Employee Privacy & Background Checks
  • Employment Contracts & Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Employment Counseling
    Our practice is designed to help clients understand their complex legal obligations in every employment area, and to comply with federal, state, and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination. We practice "preventive" law, which requires sensitive counseling skills and the ability to write documents in clear, easy-to-understand English as opposed to "legalese." As part of preventive law, we frequently advise employers on how to avoid employment discrimination or wrongful termination litigation.

    We offer the following specific services which are aimed at litigation avoidance:
    • Reviewing and drafting personnel policy manuals and employee handbooks
    • Developing customized written policies and training programs to prevent workplace harassment and violence
    • Formulating strategies and policies to reduce potential legal exposure stemming from employee use of the Internet, e-mail, voice mail, telephone, computer and other communication devices in the workplace
    • Mediating and arbitrating workplace disputes
    • Drafting employment, non-solicitation, non-compete, consulting, independent contractor and other employment-related agreements
    • Designing employment applications, disciplinary forms, performance appraisals, interview guidelines, job descriptions, and pre-employment testing programs
    • Creating plans to reduce or restructure the workplace, which includes preparing general releases and waivers
    • Handling governmental audits of affirmative action plans or programs
    • Designing and implementing drug and alcohol testing programs and policies
    • Educating clients regarding compliance with federal and state minimum wage laws, child labor laws, unemployment compensation, and a variety of issues related to the appropriate payment of compensation to employees
    • Reviewing general and employment practices liability insurance agreements
    • Advising clients on how to conduct lawful background and employee investigations
    • Conducting audits of a client’s human resources function for compliance with employment and labor laws, including reviewing employment applications, employee handbooks, supervisor’s handbooks, employment policies not included in a handbook, wage-hour policies and practices, employment agreements, federal and state mandated posters, personnel and medical records, and affirmative action plans
  • Employment Discrimination Litigation
    No employer likes to be accused of workplace wrongdoing but it has become commonplace in today’s litigious business environment. For decades, our Labor & Employment lawyers have defended employers in state and federal courts and before administrative tribunals in actions brought under Title VII, the FMLA, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Florida Whistleblower Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and the Railway Labor Act, and other employment laws, among others. We have extensive experience defending class and collective actions involving wage and hour issues. On the other side of the caption, we regularly represent our clients in disputes involving theft of trade secrets, non-competes, breach of contract, defamation, and other business torts.

    We are honored that for the past nine years, Chambers and Partners USA has cited us as one of the top-ranked Labor and Employment groups in Florida.
  • Executive Compensation
  • Handbook Policy Development & Audits
  • Immigration
    Stearns Weaver Miller’s Immigration practice represents employers and investors in a wide range of industries who seek guidance and assistance employing foreign nationals and structuring their business entities to facilitate the transfer of foreign personnel. Whether a multinational corporation seeking to transfer an overseas executive to the United States or an investor wishing to establish a business in the United States, Stearns Weaver Miller’s Immigration practice has the experience necessary to navigate clients through the obstacles of the immigration process.

    We represent large multinational companies in connection with the temporary employment of professionals and intra-company transfers, the entry of business visitors, and the permanent employment of foreign workers. We have extensive experience obtaining H-1B, L-1, and TN status for our clients’ foreign workers and then navigating our clients through the permanent residence process, including labor certification. We have assisted musicians, dancers, scientists, and business people in obtaining O visas as aliens of extraordinary ability and achieving permanent residence on such grounds. We have assisted entrepreneurs in obtaining E visas so that they can establish businesses in the United States and we have helped professional athletes obtain P visas. Our practice also includes providing advice to employers regarding the I-9 employment verification process and immigration-related unfair employment practices.
    • Blanket L Petitions
    • Family-based Permanent Residence
    • I-9 Counseling
    • Naturalization
    • Non-immigrant Visas – H-1B, L-1, TN, E, O, and P
    • Permanent Residence – Aliens of Extraordinary Ability, Multinational Executives and Managers & Labor Certification (PERM)
  • Labor Management Relations
    Our labor attorneys have extensive experience advising and representing clients in their dealings with unions to ensure compliance with the National Labor Relations Act. This comprehensive representation includes:
    • Advising employers on lawfully maintaining a union-free workplace
    • Counseling employers during union organizing campaigns
    • Representing employers before the National Labor Relations Board in union representation cases, secondary boycott matters, and unfair labor practice litigation
    • Serving as labor negotiators during collective bargaining
    • Representing employers in contractual grievance and arbitration proceedings, as well as labor disputes
    • Planning for strikes, and representing employers during strikes, including injunction proceedings
    • Advising employers concerning plant closings and work transfers
  • Private & Public Sector Representation/Collective Bargaining
  • Restrictive Covenants (including non-competition litigation)
  • Risk Management, Compliance & Investigations
  • Wage & Hour Audits and Litigation Defense
  • Whistleblower Litigation Defense
  • Workforce Restructuring & Reductions in Force

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Publications: Florida Employees: The Good Stand Tall When Bad Things Happen
BeLabor The Point Blog|September 2017|Robert S. Turk

Events: Providing Workplace Accommodations under the ADA
EEOC Training Institute |September 2017|Robert S. Turk

Events: Why Managers Need to Know Employees' Legal Rights in the Workplace
University of South Florida, College of Business |September 2017|Janet Goldberg McEnery

Publications: How Does Time Off Due To A Hurricane Affect Your Employees’ Pay?
BeLabor The Point Blog|September 2017|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Preparing for battle: how to avoid termination land minds
Florida Employment Law Letter|September 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: New I-9 Form May Not Be AOK When Dealing With EADs
BeLabor The Point Blog|August 2017|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The Business Case: Retention, Productivity & Profit
Impact Broward Work/Life Symposium |August 2017|Kara S. Nickel

Events: Do Not Repeat the Same Wage and Hour Mistakes in 2017
HR Florida Conference & Expo |August 2017|Janet Goldberg McEnery

Events: Is Your Website ADA Accessible?
HR Florida Conference & Expo |August 2017|Janet Goldberg McEnery

Firm Announcements: Our group is growing – Tampa here we come!
BeLabor The Point Blog|August 2017

In the Media: Pitbull's SLAM Academy opening in Tampa
FOX 13 News |August 2017

Events: Executive Compensation and Partnership Awards
Greater Miami Tax Institute |August 2017|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Emails – An essential tool that can make you look like a fool
BeLabor The Point Blog |July 2017|Eric S. Roth

Publications: The interplay between FMLA leave and domestic violence leave
Florida Employment Law Letter |July 2017|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Cyberattack: All Eyes On HR
BeLabor The Point Blog |June 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Cyberwarfare in the workplace: HR on the front lines
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: 21st century hiring: The times they are a-changin’
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2017|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications, Recent News Updates: Six Month EAD Extension for Haitian Nationals who Re-register for TPS
BeLabor The Point Blog |May 2017|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Advanced Topics In Reasonable Accommodations
Human Resource Associate of Broward County (HRABC) |May 2017|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: EEOC Wellness Plan Controversy: All’s Well That Ends Well?
BeLabor The Point Blog |April 2017|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Internal investigations: duty to investigate and confidentiality
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2017|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: The Changing HR Landscape: A Post-Inauguration Overview
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce |March 2017|Sharon Quinn Dixon

In the Media: Protect Your Confidential Business Information
Rush on Business|March 2017

Publications: Theft of Confidential Information: Pfizer’s Wiser, Are You?
BeLabor The Point Blog|March 2017|Eric S. Roth

Publications: Just Who is Using All those H-1B Visas?
BeLabor The Point Blog|March 2017|Glenn M. Rissman

In the Media: Can separation agreements stop ex-employee claims?
What's Working in Human Resources|March 2017

Publications: Calculating FMLA leave exhaustion for reduced-schedule leave
Florida Employment Law Letter |March 2017|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Employer’s Honest Mistake Bests FMLA Retaliation Claim
BeLabor The Point Blog|February 2017|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Management
2017 FMLA Master Class: Florida |February 2017|Lisa K. Berg, Kara S. Nickel, Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Hot Topics in Employment Law
Florida Institute of CPAs - Palm Beach Chapter |February 2017|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: 11th circuit emphasizes importance of determining essential job functions
Florida Employment Law Letter|February 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Supreme Court will settle the score on class action waivers
Florida Employment Law Letter|February 2017|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Family and Medical Leave Act
The Florida Bar 17th Labor and Employment Law Annual Update & Certification Review |January 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: ADA doesn’t require reassignment of employee without competition
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2017|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: The EEOC Rings Out 2016 with End of the Year Stats
BeLabot The Point Blog|December 2016|Giselle Gutierrez Madrigal

Publications: Employment Law Changes Likely Ahead
BeLabor The Point Blog|December 2016|Rene F. Ruiz

Publications: New Law Widens Insurance Options for Eligible Small Employers
BeLabor The Point Blog |December 2016|Carol L. Myers

Firm Announcements: Bob Turk Inducted As Fellow of The College of Labor & Employment Lawyers
BeLabor The Point Blog|December 2016

Publications: Warnings for Your Company Holiday Party
BeLabor The Point Blog|December 2016|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Florida medical marijuana amendment leaves employers high and dry
Florida Employment Law Letter |December 2016|Lisa K. Berg

In the Media: BeLabor The Point Listed Among ABA's10th Annual Blawg 100
American Bar Association |December 2016

In the Media: Reductions-in-force: 6 ways to reduce legal exposure
What’s Working In Human Resources|November 2016

Publications: USCIS Releases New Form I-9
BeLabor The Point Blog|November 2016|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: FMLA Compliance
GMSHRM Supervisor Toolkit Seminar |November 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Paying nonexempt employees by the day or the job
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Florida’s minimum wage will rise in 2017
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Events: FLSA Update: Salary Level Changes
The Children’s Trust |November 2016|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Dreaded ultimatum: Cut your hair or get out of here!
Florida Employment Law Letter|October 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Employers Can Use Current Form I-9 until January 21, 2017
BeLabor The Point Blog|October 2016|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: NTCA 2016 Legal Seminar
The Rural Broadband Association |October 2016

Publications: Halloween Costumes at Work Could be “Tricky”
BeLabor The Point Blog|October 2016|Eric S. Roth

Events: Complying with the Department of Labor's New Overtime Rule
American Financial Services Association |October 2016|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: A Penny For Your Thoughts ... A Nickel For Your Minimum Wage
BeLabor The Point Blog|October 2016|Robert S. Turk

Publications: Employment is Now-But is a Separation Agreement Still Forever?
BeLabor The Point Blog|October 2016|Kara S. Nickel

In the Media: Pitbull attends opening of Vegas-area SLAM! school
7 News Miami|September 2016

Publications: Federal Court Gets Cat Scratch Fever
BeLabor The Point Blog|September 2016|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Words Matter: Preparing For A Reduction In Force
BeLabor The Point Blog|September 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Time to revisit your standard separation agreement?
Florida Employment Law Letter|September 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

In the Media: SLAM student's dreams do come true
CBS 12|August 2016

In the Media: Are paycards legal, and can we make workers use them?
What’s Working in Human Resources |August 2016

In the Media: Spread of Zika Virus Raises Legal Issues for Employers
Bloomberg BNA|August 2016

In the Media: SLAM Charter School
CBS 12|August 2016

Publications: What Employers Need to Know about Zika
BeLabor The Point Blog|August 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Recognizing Pokémon Problems and Other Technology Pitfalls
South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association |August 2016|Robert S. Turk

In the Media: Under 40 Hot List - 2016
Benchmark Litigation |August 2016

Publications: Taking the sting out of Zika: what Florida employers need to know
Florida Employment Law Letter|August 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: 4 leave and accommodation policies that could land you on the EEOC’s radar
Florida Employment Law Letter|August 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: There is a New EEOC “Sheriff” in Town!
BeLabor the Point Blog|July 2016|Robert S. Turk

Publications: When your top performer refuses to sign a noncompete
Florida Employment Law Letter|July 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Offer letters: the definitive top 10 list for employers
Florida Employment Law Letter|July 2016|Lisa K. Berg

In the Media: Introducing the Class of 2016
South Florida Legal Guide|July 2016

Publications: Non-Compete Agreements Under Attack
BeLabor the Point Blog|June 2016|Eric S. Roth

Publications: The Writ (and Wisdom) of Wage Garnishments
BeLabor the Point Blog|June 2016|Marissa D. Kelley

Publications: Is it discrimination if my actions are well-intentioned?
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Stearns Weaver Miller's 26th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar
JW Marriott Marquis Miami |May 2016

Publications: New Overtime Rule Doubling Minimum Salary Requirement Effective December 1
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2016|Eric K. Gabrielle

Events: Resources for HR Professionals in 2016
Human Resource Associate of Broward County (HRABC) |May 2016|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Employment agreements and at-will employees can go together
Florida Employment Law Letter|May 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: FMLA Update: New Poster and Employer Guide
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2016|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: When You Really Have to Go, Do You Ever Think About It?
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2016|Elitsa V. Yotkova

Publications: You Show me Yours and I’ll Show You Mine…Or Not!
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: REGISTRATION OPEN! 26th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2016|Robert S. Turk

Publications: Don’t forget to check FMLA eligibility
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Misconduct discovered during FMLA leave justifies termination
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: New OPT Rule for STEM Grads – Some Good, Some not so Good?
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2016|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Have an Election Season Free From Tax Penalties!
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2016|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Law Would Ban Florida Employers From 'E-Stalking
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2016|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: You can’t sue me . . . I sued you! Liability for HR employees
Florida Employment Law Letter|March 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Chopping Down Workplace Cherry Trees
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2016|Eric S. Roth

Publications: 2-4-6-8 Minimum Wage Is Not So Great: NFL Cheerleaders Fight Back
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: The “Accidental” Termination?
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2016|Ingrid H. Ponce

Events: Attorney's Obligations in the Techno Age
The Florida Bar Labor & Employment Law Section Webinar |February 2016|Robert S. Turk

Publications: Same Pay For The Same Day? EEOC Wants To Take A Look
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2016|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: Navigating the FLSA’s ‘on-call’ rules
Florida Employment Law Letter|February 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: NLRB finds employer’s prohibition on workplace recordings unlawful
Florida Employment Law Letter|February 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Common Law Employment Claims
The Florida Bar’s 16th Labor and Employment Law Annual Update and Certification Review |January 2016|Ingrid H. Ponce

Publications: Turn a FICA Sting into a FICA Benefit
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2016|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Happy New Year from the NLRB!
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2016|Rene F. Ruiz

In the Media: Preventing embarrassing photos from going public
What's Working In Human Resources|January 2016

Publications: Background Check Forms: One-Liners That Can Cost Your Business Millions in 2016
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2016|Elitsa V. Yotkova

Publications: Working during FMLA leave
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2016|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Employers, be warned: The WARN Act may apply to you
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2016|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: My Top Ten Ways to Avoid Being Sued in 2016
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2015|Lisa K. Berg

In the Media: New citizen claims the name and home she's always wanted
Sun Sentinel|December 2015

Publications: Are Your Employees Naughty or Nice?
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2015|Kara S. Nickel

Events: New FMLA Developments
2015 Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management GMSHRM Legal Update |December 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Boozing it up at the Company Holiday Party
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2015|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Go directly to jail: individual liability for overtime violations
Florida Employment Law Letter|December 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: So Boring but So Important – Vendor Service Agreements
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2015|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Facebook “Unfriending” – A Form of Workplace Bullying?
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2015|Bayardo E. Alemán

Events: Ban the Box
SMA South Florida (Society for Human Resource |November 2015|Robert S. Turk

Publications: Is a ‘paid leave’ on the horizon in Florida?
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Top 10 mistakes in FMLA policies
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: The Pros and Khans of Good Workplace Management
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2015|Elitsa V. Yotkova

In the Media: Weather call-outs? Can we dock exempt workers’ pay?
What's Working In Human Resources|October 2015

Publications: Is “Paid Leave” on Florida’s Horizon?
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: The Day Catastrophe Checked In-How will Your Hotel Respond?
South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association |October 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: When is a ‘trainee’ really an employee entitled to pay?
Florida Employment Law Letter|October 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Are unmarried parents entitled to FMLA Leave?
Florida Employment Law Letter|October 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: ADA & FMLA Compliance
Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management Supervisor Toolkit Seminar |September 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Victims of Domestic Violence and Stalking: Protections at Work
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Criminal, Regulatory, and Employment Law Compliance in Florida
Doral Chamber of Commerce |September 2015|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Breastfeeding and depositions and politicians . . . oh my!
Florida Employment Law Letter|September 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: CADRA protects you against unauthorized access of computers and data
Florida Employment Law Letter|September 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: USCIS Again Extends TPS for Haitian Nationals
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2015|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Breast Pumps, Depositions, and Politicians
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Expanding Title VII: Who needs Congress when we have the EEOC?
Florida Employment Law Letter|August 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Who Needs Congress When We Have The EEOC?
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Shhh. Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet: Elmer J. Fudd Takes On The NLRB
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: DOL releases revised FMLA forms
Florida Employment Law Letter|July 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: OMG! Your Policy Says What? Part 2
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2015|Robert S. Turk

Events: Employment Law Issues for Accountants and Financial Professionals
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants Miami-Dade Chapter |June 2015|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: Time to Update Your FMLA Policy (Again!)
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: OMG! Your Policy Says What?
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: What Every Employer Needs to Know about Labor and Employment Laws in Florida
Doral Chamber of Commerce |June 2015|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Extra! Extra! Read All About It! New FMLA Forms Are Here!
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Referral bonuses, diversity, and disparate impact liability
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: A picture may be worth a thousand words (or thousands of dollars)
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Delivering A New Florida Law: Pregnancy
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2015|Elitsa V. Yotkova

Publications: Title VII protection for transgender employees
Florida Employment Law Letter|May 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: What Human Resources Professionals Need To Know for 2015
Human Resource Association of Broward County (HRABC) |May 2015|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Proving Emotional Harm: Using One’s “Head”
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Who Doesn’t Like Non-Competes?
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2015|Eric S. Roth

Publications: Unions’ Dream of “Quickie” Elections, Now a Reality
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2015|Robert S. Turk

Publications: Common ¢ent$, Glass Ceilings, and a 9-Year Old Girl
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Moonlighting during FMLA leave
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: NLRB General Counsel issues guidance on lawful handbook policies
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Sign here or go home - you have 5 minutes
Florida Employment Law Letter|April 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Remind Us Not to Post On Moving Targets!
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2015|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: H-2B Update
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2015|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Overcome Compliance and Employee Leave Challenges
2015 FMLA Master Class for Florida Employers |March 2015|Lisa K. Berg, Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: FMLA eligibility pitfalls: ‘You worked here when?
Florida Employment Law Letter|March 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: REGISTRATION OPEN! 25th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2015|Robert S. Turk

Publications: 6 Words That Cost An NBA Star $25,000
BeLabor the Point Blog |February 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

In the Media: Real Estate Boom Good News for Law Firms
Daily Business Review|February 2015

Publications: The 24 Year Journey – Did Absence Make The Heart Grow Fonder?
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2015|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: USCIS Extends Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2015|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: The retroactive FMLA designation dilemma
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2015|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Court rules ADA doesn’t protect employee who committed misconduct
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2015|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Psst… the 2015 Employment Issues Are Just Around the Corner
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2014|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: Wait for it!…Wait for it! (But don’t expect to get paid for it.)
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2014|Ingrid H. Ponce

Publications: Florida’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase to $8.05 per Hour on January 1, 2015
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Let My People Go (to the Marketplace)
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2014|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Executive Action: HR Headache on the Horizon?
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Pro Rata, Quid Pro Quo, Severance Agreement, Lawsuit – Uh-Oh!
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2014|Robert S. Turk

Events: The Top HR “Need to Knows” about the Affordable Care Act
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |November 2014|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Wrestling with Independent Contractors
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2014|Rene F. Ruiz

Events: Labor & Employment Law Essentials for Employers and Management
Doral Chamber of Commerce |November 2014|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: A New Workplace Event: Take Your Parents To Work Day
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: FMLA reinstatement rights for ‘key’ employees
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: FMLA notices by U.S. mail? That may be insufficient
Florida Employment Law Letter|November 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: The Top HR “Need To Knows” About The Affordable Care Act
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2014|Robert S. Turk

In the Media: Medical marijuana could cost employees their jobs
Sun Sentinel|October 2014

Publications: An EGGcellent Employee Benefit or a Degrading Message?
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Back by Popular Demand: New Mental Disorders Could Lead To Spike in ADA Claims
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Events: It’s Not Just a Form! – Important Details in IRA/Plan Beneficiary Designations
Estate Planning Council of Greater Miami |October 2014|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Unlimited Vacation Time From Work: Dream, Reality or Just A Myth?
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Immigration – Vegas Style!
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: New Claim on the Horizon: Family Responsibilities Discrimination
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |September 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Is Fantasy Football Affecting Your Workplace?
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2014|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Does Data Mining Tip the Balance Against E-Verify?
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: EEO Monopoly: An Employment Law Game Show
2014 Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management GMSHRM Legal Update |September 2014|Robert S. Turk

Events: ADA/FLMA Overview
Florida College System Council of Business Affairs Human Resources Council |September 2014|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: California and Non-Compete Agreements – What can you do?
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2014

Publications: Employers Pay for Antitrust “Conspiracies”
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2014|Eric K. Gabrielle

Events: Understanding Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
Stearns Weaver Miller Ft. Lauderdale Office |August 2014|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: Religion In The Workplace: Ignorance May Be Your Savior
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Health Care Reform – Business as Usual (For Now)
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2014|Sharon Quinn Dixon

In the Media: SFBJ 40 Under 40 Awards
South Florida Business Journal|August 2014

Publications: Florida strengthens data breach notification law
Florida Employment Law Letter|August 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Administration of FMLA leave starts with a well-written policy
Florida Employment Law Letter|August 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Are Smartphone Breaks At Work A Good Idea?
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2014|Ingrid H. Ponce

Publications: True Colors – Can Naming A Paint Color Be A Discriminatory Act?
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2014

In the Media: Bloggers: Your Audience Wants Real-time Conversation
Leadership Close Up Blog|July 2014

Publications: Bathroom Breaks & Decreased Productivity #HoldItIn2WinAPrize
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: SLAM Academy: Disrupting Poverty through Education
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2014|Rene F. Ruiz

Events: 2014 Legal Update
South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association Seminar |July 2014|Robert S. Turk

Publications: New Florida Law on Data Security Breaches
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Labor & Employment Law Essentials for Employers and Management
Doral Chamber of Commerce |July 2014|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: The Wage & Hour Battle Rages On
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Effective Use Of Non-Compete Agreements
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

In the Media: The Unpaid Internship: A Trap For The Unwary Employer
Daily Business Review|June 2014

In the Media: The Unpaid Internship: A Trap For The Unwary Employer
Daily Business Review|June 2014

Publications: The Unpaid Internship: A Trap For The Unwary Employer
Daily Business Review|June 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Should Your Employment Policies Be Translated?
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2014|Bayardo E. Alemán

Publications: Social Media: A Blessing & A Curse For Employers
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Cybervetting and Electronic Monitoring in the Workplace
Hospitality Human Resources Association of Broward County (HHRABC) |June 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: It’s Summer: How To Treat Your Interns Under The ACA
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2014|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: New mental disorders could lead to spike in ADA claims
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Avoiding reverse disability discrimination claims
Florida Employment Law Letter|June 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Wage and Hour Traps: What Every Employer Needs to Stop Doing Now!
Association of Corporate Counsel Sports & Entertainment Committee Webcast |June 2014|Robert S. Turk

Publications: And the Beat Goes On (at the NLRB)
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: A Little HR Humor: Employee Tardiness
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: "Right to Work" and "Employment at Will"
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Employment Law Update
Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA), Palm Beach Chapter Seminar |May 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Flexible Workplace: What’s In A Name?
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Plight Of The Long-Term Unemployed
Daily Business Review|May 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Hey, NBA Commissioner Silver, Way To Flex Your HR Muscle
BeLabor the Point Blog |May 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: 11th Circuit clarifies scope of nonwaivable FMLA rights
Florida Employment Law Letter|May 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Stearns Weaver Miller’s 24th Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar
Trump National Doral Miami |May 2014

Publications: Pay To Quit Policies: “Go On, Take The Money And Run”
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: Is the Job Market Improving? For Some Folks, Yes
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Economic Impact of Sony Open Tennis in Miami
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2014|Robert S. Turk

Publications: RAGE, Stigma, and… Paternity Leave
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Overcoming Compliance and Employee Leave Challenges
2014 FMLA Master Class for Florida Employers |March 2014|Lisa K. Berg, Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: USCIS Again Extends TPS for Haitian Nationals
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Balancing attendance requirements and accommodation obligations
Florida Employment Law Letter|March 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Publications: How to curb intermittent FMLA leave abuse
Florida Employment Law Letter|March 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Events: HR Insights 2014 - The Business of People - Agile and Engaged for the Future
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Professional & Workforce Development Committee |March 2014|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: FMLA policy translation
Florida Employment Law Letter|February 2014|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: But We Do Not Have a Union – How the NLRB is Impacting Non-Union Workplaces
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |January 2014|Kara S. Nickel, Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: NLRB Posting – Dead For Now
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2014|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: It’s 2014: Are you using the correct forms to conduct background checks?
Florida Employment Law Letter|January 2014|Lisa K. Berg

Publications: Florida’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase to $7.93 per Hour on January 1, 2014
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: E-Verify Up and Running
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: FMLA Update: Revised FMLA Poster Available In Spanish
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2013|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Hand Scanning and Religious Discrimination
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: DOJ Advises Against Employer Pre-Populating Section 1 of Form I-9
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Sound (And Unsound) Hiring Practices: Don’t Stumble Right Out Of The Gate
2013 Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management GMSHRM Legal Update |September 2013|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: Workplace Violence: Threats, Guns and Florida’s Domestic Violence Leave Law
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |September 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Internships: To Pay or Not To Pay
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |August 2013|Eric K. Gabrielle

Publications: NLRB Fashion Police – First Prison Stripes, Now Slave Shirts
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: A Supervisor’s Knowledge and Liability under OSHA
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Form I-9 Tips from USCIS and ICE
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Immigration and Employment Verification – Quick Hits
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: New Form I-9 Effective March 8, 2013
BeLabor the Point Blog |March 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: FMLA Update: Leave Available To Care For An Adult Child
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2013|Kara S. Nickel

Publications: Eleventh Circuit Rules on Breastfeeding Breaks under the FLSA
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2013|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: GINA – New to the Dance but Don’t Forget Her in the Corner
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |November 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Florida’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase to $7.79 per Hour on January 1, 2013
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: NLRB Nixes Costco Social Media Policy
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The Year In Review
2012 Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management GMSHRM Legal Update |September 2012|Andrew L. Rodman

Events: The Interactive Process and the Interplay of the ADA, FMLA, and Workers’ Compensation
EEOC Training Institute |September 2012|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Pocket Guide to the ADA Amendments and EEOC’s Final Regulations
The Seminar Group, Labor & Employment Law Conference |September 2012|Lisa K. Berg

Events: The ADAAA: Everyone is “Disabled” – What Now?
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |August 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Employers Should Continue To Use Expiring Form I-9 After August 31, 2012
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: If We Had a Nickel For Every FMLA Question...
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |June 2012|Kara S. Nickel

Events: Winning the Fight Over Benefits: New Changes to the Unemployment Compensation Law
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |June 2012

Publications: D.C. Court Puts a Hold on NLRB Posting Requirement
BeLabor the Point Blog |April 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

In the Media: Orange-Shirted Employees Fired at Work
South Florida Sun-Sentinel|March 2012

Events: Dealing with Nightmare Employees: How to Avoid Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |February 2012

Events: The FLSA - The Lawsuits Keep Coming – Tips to Minimize Exposure
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |January 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: DHS Extends Temporary Protected Status for Certain El Salvadorans
BeLabor the Point Blog |January 2012|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The Big Picture: Reevaluating Your Workforce
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |January 2012

Publications: The NLRB, Again, Postpones Notice-Posting Rule Until April 30, 2012
BeLabor the Point Blog |December 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Love That Tender: Mooting an FLSA Action
BeLabor the Point Blog |November 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Tying Up Loose Ends: Handling an Employee's Termination...Properly
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |November 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Healthcare Reform & Benefit Planning: Managing Change, Mitigating Cost
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2011|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: Florida’s Minimum Wage Set to Increase to $7.67 per Hour on January 1, 2012
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: NLRB Postpones Notice-Posting Rule Until January 31, 2012
BeLabor the Point Blog |October 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The ABC's of Hiring: A Win-Win for Employers and Employees
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2011

Publications: Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery Starts October 4
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Was Dionne The FLSA Magic Bullet We Thought?
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The Pen Is Mightier: A How-To on Keeping Accurate Employee Records
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |September 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: May Change Conforms Florida E-Verify To Federal Standard
BeLabor the Point Blog |September 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Tax Issues on Settlement of Employment Cases
Florida National Employment Lawyers Association Summer Conference |September 2011|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Publications: The NLRB Requires More From Employers
BenTrust Financial Employment Newsletter|September 2011|Rene F. Ruiz

Publications: NLRB Issues Final Rule Requiring Posting of Notice to Employees
BeLabor the Point Blog |August 2011|Lisa K. Berg

Events: Something Wicked This Way Comes: Why South Florida Hotels Need to Know What Is Happening at the NLRB and DOL in DC
South Florida Hospitality Human Resources Association |August 2011|Robert S. Turk

Events: Legal Tips on Tip Credit, Tip Pooling and the Service Charge - Does Anybody Really Understand How to Pay from Gratuities?
Hospitality Human Resources Association of Broward County |August 2011|Robert S. Turk

Publications: What do OSHA and Oprah have in Common?
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Changes to the Fair Credit Reporting Act Take Effect July 21
BeLabor the Point Blog |July 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Publications: Nine Questions HR Directors Ask About Form I-9
BeLabor the Point Blog |June 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Ethics Issues in Hiring, Supervising, and Parting Ways with Law Firm Employees
The Florida Bar 2011 Employment Law Overview for Law Firms and Law Practices |June 2011|Robert S. Turk

Events: ADAAA Advanced Compliance Training
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |June 2011|Lisa K. Berg

Events: I9 and E-Verify: Updates and Compliance Workshop
Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management |May 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Stearns Weaver Miller’s 21st Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino |May 2011

Events: Don't "Leave" it to Chance: Accommodating Both the Employer and the Employee
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |April 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Benefits Think Tank- New Burdens on Your 401 (k) Plan: Are You Prepared?
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |April 2011|Sharon Quinn Dixon

In the Media: As Workforce Shrinks, Potential for Discrimination Litigation Arises
South Florida Business Journal|March 2011

Events: HR Insights 2011: An Evolving World in HR
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce |March 2011|Robert S. Turk

Events: The ABC's of Hiring: A Win-Win for Employers and Employees
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |January 2011|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: The Big Picture: Reevaluating Your Workforce
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2010|Glenn M. Rissman

In the Media: Know Your Employee Rights When Seriously Ill
South Florida Sun-Sentinel|September 2010

Events: Time For Action on Employer-Sponsored Group Health Plan Mandates
Webinar |August 2010|Sharon Quinn Dixon

Events: Talkin' 'Bout Our Generations: Bridging the Generational Gap and Adapting to the Digital Workplace
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |June 2010|Glenn M. Rissman

Events: Stearns Weaver Miller’s 20th Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino |May 2010

Events: When is Avoiding Discrimination Discriminatory?
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |November 2009

Events: Have You Discussed H1N1 with Your Employees? You Should.
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2009|Eric K. Gabrielle

Firm Announcements: Firm Expands Labor, Litigation Departments
June 2009

Events: Stearns Weaver Miller’s 19th Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino |May 2009

Firm Announcements: Eric Roth Joins the Firm
March 2009

In the Media: How New Changes in the FMLA Law Will Affect You
South Florida Sun-Sentinel|February 2009

Events: Are You Ready for the Changes to the FMLA and ADA
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |January 2009|Eric K. Gabrielle, Kara S. Nickel, Andrew L. Rodman

In the Media: Unpaid Leave Law Changes Affect Employers, Staff
South Florida Sun-Sentinel|January 2009

In the Media: Attorneys Voice Concern About Employment Law Changes
South Florida Business Journal|January 2009

In the Media: Election Raises Hopes and Fears
South Florida Business Journal |November 2008

Events: Meet Your New Business Partner... The Union!
Stearns Weaver Miller Labor & Employment Breakfast Series |October 2008|Robert S. Turk

In the Media: New Trends in Employment Law
South Florida Business Journal|August 2008

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