In the best of times, employment law is evolving at breakneck speed. Now, keeping up is difficult at best. Jessica Roe, who – at her own breakneck speed – brought us up to date on the hot topics and tips in the employment law arena and provided her own tricks for employers on surviving this pandemic.

Presenter: Jessica Roe, Principal – Roe Law Group

Jessica’s practice focuses on employment advice, employment and commercial litigation and labor law. In the employment arena, she provides strategic advice regarding the establishment of employment policies and procedures and counsels clients on the creation, maintenance and termination of employment relationships, investigations and managing all aspects of the employment relationship. When the employment relationship must end, she assists clients in understanding their obligations with respect to issues such as severance, state and federal employment statutes, and non-competition agreements. If matters cannot be resolved, she is highly experienced in representing clients in federal or state courts across the country on employment and complex civil and  commercial disputes. In the labor arena, Jessica has represented companies with the NLRB, labor disputes, arbitrations and contract negotiations.

Jessica is a Minnesota State Bar Association Board Certified Labor and Employment Law Specialist. She also is a certified mediator and arbitrator for resolutions outside the court system. Jessica speaks extensively on employment law and litigation topics and leads multiple seminars each year.


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