During UT Law CLE’s 27th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Jackson Walker attorneys John V. Jansonius and David Schlottman will present the latest developments in wage and hour and arbitration.
Wage and Hour Update
May 7, 2020 | 11 AM
In addition to serving on the conference’s Planning Committee, John Jansonius and Aaron Johnson of the Equal Justice Center will present the latest developments in wage and hour enforcement and law.
In his practice, John focuses on contract and compensation negotiations and disputes with corporate officers and managers; defense of employment discrimination claims and wrongful discharge claims; collective bargaining, representation cases, and unfair labor practice claims under the National Labor Relations Act; denial of benefits claims under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act; and advising on employment and labor aspects of business transactions. He has represented clients in numerous jury and non-jury trials in state and federal court and has presented oral arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court and the federal circuit courts of appeals. John is Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Arbitration Intersects With Employment Law
Pre-recorded, included with webcast registration
David will moderate this panel featuring David T. Lopez (Attorney-Arbitrator-Mediator) and Hon. Alvin L. Zimmerman (Spencer Fane LLP) as they discuss the advantages and pitfalls of arbitration as an alternative to litigation. The panel will also address trends in arbitrating employment cases, interpretation of arbitration clauses, and how to reduce costs and make effective presentations.
David is an adviser and litigator who focuses on complex cases involving employees, the workplace, and related business disputes. He has wide-ranging experience in helping clients with business problems and lawsuits involving wage-and-hour issues, employee competition, theft of trade secrets, contract claims, compensation disputes, employment discrimination and retaliation, and union-related disputes. In addition to his practice, David serves on the leadership councils for both the State Bar of Texas Labor and Employment Law Section and the Labor & Employment Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association. He has been recognized in the labor and employment field as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and one of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” by D Magazine.
For more information and to register, visit the conference webpage.