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U.S. Labor and Employment Implications of International Business Transactions (Update)


Created on September 28, 2018




This program, presented by Matthew Miklave and Ian Clarke-Fisher of Robinson & Cole, will provide an overview of labor and employment implications in international business transactions. The program will begin by describing common scenarios in which these issues might arise. It will then provide an overview of the application of U.S. laws abroad, international legal considerations, common defense, and practical considerations to keep in mind when handling these matters.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the application of U.S. labor and employment laws abroad, including wage and hours laws, whistleblower protections, and anti-discrimination statutes
  2. Evaluate U.S. compliance with foreign law
  3. Analyze the foreign law defense, and how it is applied

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