“Are You a Government Contractor and Don’t Know It?” CLE Labor and Employment Workshop - Dallas

March 26, 2015


Join us on Thursday, March 26th and find out.

At least one in four employees work for companies that are federal government contractors or subcontractors. It should be easy to determine if your company is a direct contractor with the federal government, but the answer is not so clear for subcontractors. Whether or not you know about your company’s contractor status, if your company is a contractor or subcontractor, it may have an obligation to have a written affirmative action plan along with other duties.

During this workshop, we will discuss how to determine your company’s contractor status along with the significant number of new requirements imposed on contractors and subcontractors by the new Executive Orders and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). We will also review what needs to be done to comply with the regulations that became effective last year related to veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Topics to be addressed include:

  • Determining if your company is a federal contractor or subcontractor
  • General affirmative action obligations
  • New obligations regarding veterans and individuals with disabilities
  • Recent Executive Orders and regulations
  • New reporting requirements

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Park City Club
5956 Sherry Lane, Suite 1700
Dallas, TX 75225
Main number: 214-373-0756 | Fax: 214-373-8305
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (Registration and breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m.)
2 Hours of CLE

Who should attend this seminar?
- Human Resources Professionals
- Business Owners
- Corporate Counsel
- Managerial and Supervisory Employees

Jaime Ramon, Shareholder
Jaime Ramon of the Cox Smith Dallas office is a former Director of the Office of Federal Compliance Programs. His practice focuses on labor and employment law and litigation.

Dan Stern*, Shareholder
Dan Stern advises employers on labor and employment matters including wage and hour issues, discrimination and harassment claims, and affirmative action plans.

Heather Frayre, Associate
Heather Frayre advises clients on immigration law, counseling clients on a full range of matters including non-immigrant visas, permanent residency and citizenship.

*Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Parking / Questions
Complimentary guest parking is conveniently located in the Sherry Lane Place parking garage adjacent to the building. Parking tickets for members and guests will be validated at the Club reception desk. Handicapped parking is located on Levels 3 and 4 of the garage and provides direct elevator access into the building lobby. Oversized vehicles may park in alley on the south side of the building (parallel parking only).

Contact Donna Rogers at 210.554.5467 or if you cannot access the registration form. Seating is limited, so register early. Click the link below for details about how to register - please do not reply to this email.

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