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Howard Tarkow to Present at Minnesota CLE's 2016 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute

May 23, 2016

Howard Tarkow, partner in Maslon's Labor & Employment Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's 2016 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute from May 23-24, 2016. During his day-one presentation titled, "Drafting Separation Agreements and Releases (Including an Annotated Document)," Howard will discuss when and how to use separation agreements to reduce legal risk, proper drafting to make them enforceable, and legal limitations on their contents.

Howard's law practice focuses on representing employers on their workplace issues and concerns. For more than 30 years, Howard has advised clients to help them maintain positive employee relations, solve both easy and tough employment and labor problems, and minimize the risk of expensive and disruptive legal claims. His practice includes representing employers in discrimination claims, wage & hour disputes, matters involving unions, and other administrative proceedings as well as before arbitrators and in court.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's 2016 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute.



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