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    Comprehensive Legal Update: What HR Needs to Know in 2019

    Date: January 30, 2019, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    Bay City Restaurant
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    2019 Labor & Employment Law Update: What You Need to Know in 2019

    Join us for an update on recent developments and trends in labor and employment law, with compliance guidance to prepare your company for 2019.  This program is designed to help HR professionals stay on top of changes in employment law that may affect their policies, procedures and practices.


    Kelley E. Kaufman, Esq.
    McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

    Kelley is an attorney at McNees Wallace & Nurick, and is based out of the Harrisburg office.  She practices in the Labor & Employment, Education Law, and Automobile Dealer Practice Groups.  Kelley partners with employers of all sizes to provide advice and counseling on labor and employment law compliance in a variety of topics – from anti-discrimination, wage and hour, and family and medical leave laws, to workforce reductions, non-compete and separation agreements, employee performance management, litigation avoidance, and more.  She also regularly defends employers in litigation before federal and state Courts and administrative agencies. 

    Kelley provides seminars and customized training programs for employers on a broad range of topics.  She also contributes to a variety of publications, including blog and video podcasts on McNees’ Pennsylvania Labor and Employment Blog ( 

    Langdon T. Ramsburg, Esq.
    McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

    Langdon is Chair of the McNees Esports Practice Group and practices in the Labor & Employment Group. He counsels both public and private employers on a variety of labor and employment law issues and represents employers before federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies. Langdon also represents employers with respect to labor relations, including collective bargaining, contract administration, labor arbitration and interest arbitration.

    Prior to joining McNees, Langdon was a law clerk to The Honorable William W. Caldwell of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. As a law clerk, he worked closely with Judge Caldwell on matters of federal litigation, including employment litigation. 

    Before attending law school, Langdon served as a police officer in central Pennsylvania for eight years.