Employment Law Update - February 2024 Meeting

Feb 13, 2024 - 8:00 AM (CT) - Holidays
Hosted by Northeastern Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI

About this Event


In this session, we’ll look back at developments in the world of labor and employment law over the last year and preview what to expect in the new year.


·       Identify the top employment law developments from 2023.

·       Discuss best practices relating to hiring and separation.

·       Forecast employment law trends and decisions expected in 2024.


Featured Speakers

Annie Eiden
Shareholder | Godfrey & Kahn

Annie Eiden is a shareholder serving the Green Bay and Appleton offices. She is a member of both the Labor & Employment and Litigation practices. 

Annie’s practice focuses on employment litigation, and she serves as market leader for the Firm’s employment litigation practice group. Annie regularly represents employers in employment disputes before federal and state courts, arbitrators, and administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, National Labor Relations Board, and Wisconsin Equal Rights Division. She has significant experience defending employers against wage and hour classand collective action lawsuits, as well as other multi-plaintiff discrimination and retaliation claims. Annie also maintains an active advising practice, counseling employers through discipline and termination decisions, reductions in force, employment policies, employment and separation agreements, and wage and hour issues.


John Haase
Shareholder | Godfrey & Kahn

John Haase is a shareholder in the Labor & Employment and Litigation Practice Groups. He serves as the office managing partner of the firm’s Green Bay and Appleton offices. John is engaged in a broad-based employment law practice, representing employers in matters before equal rights agencies, arbitrators and federal and state courts. A substantial amount of John's practice involves advising employers on a variety of employment issues, such as non-compete agreements, terminations, FMLA, ADA, NLRA and wage and hour matters.

John maintains an active employment litigation practice dedicated to advocating for employers in employment and labor disputes. He has represented businesses in class action, discrimination, wage and hour, non-compete and unfair labor practices matters. John represents clients in a number of industries, including manufacturing, consumer products, retail, health care service and public sector. 

John began his law practice in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corp where he served as a trial attorney.



Members: Free
Non-members: $20.00

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