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Larry Cohen

Larry Cohen is the host of Ringler Radio and is the head of Ringler Associates operations in the Northeast....

As the landscape of employment has dramatically changed, so have the issues regarding employment lawsuits. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen, alongside co-host, Tony Robinson, from Ringler’s Seattle office, welcome special guest, Attorney Sheryl Willert, managing director at the firm of, Williams Kastner, to give us her insight into the world of Employment Law. Larry, Tony and Attorney Willert will minimize this big topic by highlighting the importance of the Employment Handbook, the non-compete clause, specific employment litigation and discrimination claims.

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Published: March 31, 2008
Podcast: Ringler Radio
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