Defending and Protecting Against Government Investigations and AuditsJune 26, 2019, 2 pm • Webinar Register
What do you do when ICE (immigration), OSHA, DOL or other government agency representatives make a demand for your records and other documentation or, even worse, show up at your door unannounced demanding access to your facilities and your employees? What do you do when you get a letter from the federal government informing you that the social security numbers your employees gave your Company don’t match with the government’s records? We will discuss how to avoid and prepare for these and other unwelcome government-initiated events, and how to deal with them when they arise, so that you are in the best position possible to protect your business and employees, while limiting exposure and hassle. During this webinar attendees will learn how to:
- Handle unexpected visits from various Government agencies
- Manage verifying employee records and information
- The best ways to protect your business and employees should a Government-initiated event occur
View this webinar with your team: webinars are ideal for team training and to facilitate group discussions on industry-specific issues impacting production, management and operations. They provide direct, immediate returns for your business.
Speaker: Scott Kamins, Principal, Offit Kurman
Mr. Kamins focuses his practice in the areas of labor & employment law, commercial contracts and litigation. He has served as chief spokesperson and lead negotiator in over 400 collective bargaining agreement negotiations for employers in many industries throughout the United States and Canada. He also served as lead trial attorney in Unfair Labor Practice cases, Representation Cases and other matters before the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Kamins counsels employers on a day-to-day basis on strategies for interpreting and maximizing rights under collective bargaining agreements, handling terminations and investigations, compliance with the law, and all other aspects of the employment relationship. Mr. Kamins drafts employee handbooks and policies, and prepares employment contracts, non-competition agreements, arbitration agreements, confidentiality agreements and other employment-related contracts. He represents employers in responding to audits and investigations initiated by the Department of Labor, OSHA, the Internal Revenue Service and other federal and state government agencies. Mr. Kamins also conducts in-house training for employers on implementing their newly negotiated collective bargaining agreements, best employment practices, updates in labor and employment law and a variety of other topics.
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