I will be speaking and presenting an article on the Harless wrongful discharge doctrine, which deals with termination of employees where the employer’s motivation allegedly violates a substantial public policy.
I will also be presenting an article and participating in a panel discussion on social networking & electronic discovery issues.
Here is information on the conference, joining the WVELA, and attending the conference.
We have remodeled our firm’s web site with “responsive design”, so that it will display properly on tablets, phones, and good old-fashioned desktops. We now have all of the web pages functional with the new responsive design, and will be gradually refining the pages and system in coming weeks.
At the top of our home page are handy buttons for calling and emailing us, and for getting directions to our office. If you want to keep our web site handy on your phone or tablet, you can save a link to our site on your home screen. Here are instructions:
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On March 29, 2017, Mr. Capuder spoke and presented an article on “The Perilous Intersection of FMLA and ADA,” at a seminar hosted by Sterling Education Services. The Seminar, “Employment Law: Rights, Benefits, and Emerging Issues,” which took place in Morgantown, West Virginia. If you would like more information on the seminar, click here.
Here is the agenda for Mr. Capuder’s speech and article:
On January 25, 2017, Drew Capuder spoke at an event hosted by the Labor Law Society at West Virginia University’s College of Law. The event was a panel discussion with members of the West Virginia Employment Lawyers Association. The speakers were be Mr. Capuder, Walt Auvil, Susan Thompson, and Professor Anne Lofaso.
During the panel discussion, there were questions by the law students on topics such as union issues, federal versus state court litigation employment discrimination, and the impact that President Trump will have on unions and other areas of employment law.
We’ve moved our offices to larger space in the same building. Our new suite number is 101 (still at 1543 Fairmont Avenue). Drop by to say hello! Come in through the rear entrance to our building and we are the first door on the left.
Drew Capuder spoke and presented an article on the topic “Rules of the Road in Employment Litigation”, at the Annual Conference of the West Virginia Employment Lawyers Association, on October 7, 2016 in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The setting for the Conference was the Bavarian Inn.