Welcome

Welcome to Sussman Shank’s Employment Law Blog.  The blog is intended to provide curent information and insight to employers on developments in employment law.

We welcome your participation and comments.  Feel free to comment on posts that interest you.

Thanks for visiting.

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About the Author

Elizabeth A. Semler is a Partner and practices in the Employment Law Group at Sussman Shank LLP.

Elizabeth assists clients in a broad range of business and employment matters.  She represents parties in business disputes in federal and state courts and in arbitration, including disputes arising from contracts, franchises, intra-corporate relationships, and lender liability.

Elizabeth frequently speaks and writes on topics related to Employment law and other business type issues.

Click here to view Elizabeth’s bio:  http://www.sussmanshank.com/Elizabeth-Semler-Partner

 

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About the Sussman Shank Employment Law Group

Our group is dedicated to providing practical advice that is responsive to your needs. Our lawyers are experienced in all aspects of employment law, from day-to-day advice to complex employment litigation.  We have the dedication, experience and resources to assist clients with issues related to hiring, discipline, and termination of employees; drafting and implementation of employment policies and contracts; training and internal investigations; and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and litigation.

For more information, click here: http://www.sussmanshank.com/showarea.asp?Show=1486.

SUSSMAN SHANK LLP
1000 SW Broadway | Suite 1400 | Portland, OR  97205
503.227.1111 | www.sussmanshank.com

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