Brooks Pierce Attorneys Present Webinar on Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege in Workplace Management Issues
Brooks Pierce attorneys Elizabeth Troutman and Jessi Thaller-Moran presented a webinar on preserving attorney-client privilege in workplace management issues on July 27. SHRM credit was offered for this webinar.
The webinar, “Privileged Information: Preserving Attorney-Client Confidentiality in Workplace Management Issues,” detailed the scope of attorney-client privilege and policies behind that privilege, missteps that can result in inadvertent waiver of attorney-client privilege and precautions to avoid this inadvertent waiver, and issues specific to internal investigations and privilege.
To access a recording of the webinar, click the link below.
Troutman regularly counsels clients on compliance with state and federal employment laws, employee management concerns, employment discrimination matters, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, and issues related to disability discrimination and accommodation claims. She has also defended clients in suits related to employment contracts, the First Amendment, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Thaller-Moran seeks to help companies thrive by helping them plan for, and respond to, issues involving their workforce. She has advised companies on wage and hour issues, FMLA/ADA compliance, Title VII and other discrimination claims, non-competition and other agreements, and social media usage policies. She conducts employment policy reviews and training on workplace inclusivity.