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South Florida’s 8th Annual Labor employment Law Employment Conference

By | Firm News, Labor & Employment

SCB’s Partner Kelly Charles-Collins is a Speaker and Faculty Member for this years Conference being held in Miami Florida. Labor and Employment law developments, presented by some of Florida’s top practitioners in the field Kelly will be speaking about Sexual Harassment and Investigations in the #MeToo Movement What is unlawful sexual harassment the basics; what impact the #METOO and #TIMESUP movements have had on employee behavior and employee complaints; what cultural shifts businesses need to make in the workplace

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ACE Your Workplace Investigations: By Kelly Charles-Collins

By | Firm News, Labor & Employment

We are proud to announce the release of a new publication written by our Partner Kelly Charles-Collins Esq. ACE Your Workplace Investigations A Step-by-Step Guide for Avoiding Friction, Covering Your Assets, and Earning Employee Trust Employee complaints are a cost of doing business. If you want to reduce those costs and earn employee trust, you must address employee complaints by conducting effective workplace investigations. But this is not just another CYA guide. Author and Attorney Kelly Charles-Collins, an authority in…

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Case Note-Inattentiveness of a juror is enough to satisfy a racially neutral reason for a peremptory strike.

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Travelers Home and Marine Ins. Co., v. Gallo, 2018 WL 2448799 (Fla. 5th DCA, June 1, 2018) By: Kimberly Nuñez, Esq.   The Fifth District Court of Appeal’s ruling in Travelers Home and Marine Ins. Co., v. Gallo, 2018 WL 2448799 (Fla. 5th DCA, June 1, 2018) helps explain how a juror’s nonverbal behavior, such as inattentiveness, can serve as a proper basis to sustain a peremptory strike even after it has been challenged on the basis of race discrimination. Travelers…

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South Florida’s Premier Labor & Employment Conference

By | Firm News, Labor & Employment

 Our Partner Kelly Charles-Collins, Esquire Presenting faculty member for: The 8th annual  South Florida’s Premier Labor & Employment Conference Sexual Harassment and Investigations in the #MeToo Movement What is unlawful sexual harassment  – The basics; what impact the #METOO and #TIMESUP movements have had on employee behavior and employee complaints; what cultural shifts businesses need to make in the workplace Presented by Kelly Charles-Collins of Smoak Chistolini & Barnett   Seminar Overview The Trump era is having a seismic impact not…

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