Cox Smith Employment Rights Workshop - San Antonio

February 24, 2012

Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated
112 East Pecan Street, Suite 1800
San Antonio, TX 78205

2011 Was Tough For Employers Will 2012 Be Better Or Worse?

Employers faced tremendous challenges in 2011 not only from the economy, but also from government enforcement agencies who conducted their investigative duties in the most aggressive manner seen in modern history. In the past calendar year, employers also saw courts and regulatory agencies issue opinions that were less than employer friendly, and the effects from those decisions will be felt well into the future. Possibly the most far reaching of these involved the National Labor Relations Board and its implementation of new regulations and newfound interpretations under the National Labor Relations Act.

Cox Smith will hold a complimentary workshop on Friday, February 24, to discuss many of the issues arising in 2011 and review what may happen in 2012. Topics to be addressed include:

  • Prominent cases from 2011, both state and federal
  • Activity of the EEOC, TWC, OSHA, NLRB and others
  • Legislative activity
  • Things to consider for 2012

Who should attend this seminar?

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Business Owners
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Managerial and Supervisory Employees

Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated
112 East Pecan Street, Suite 1800
San Antonio, TX 78205

Two session times offered - See registration form


  • Daniel R. Stern*, Shareholder
  • Michael T. Lennane*, Attorney

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


Please join us on February 24th at our downtown office in the Weston Centre building. This workshop is expected to last 90 minutes and is complimentary for up to two attendees per company. Registration for additional attendees is $75 each. For registration details and parking options, see the registration form link below.

Contact Sandra Young if you cannot access the registration form at 210.554.5390. Seating is limited to 70 per session, so register early.

Click here to access the registration form.