January Education Event – Global Terminations (Not to be missed!)

You are invited to the January 27, 2010, education program of the Houston International HR Roundtable.  Our speaker will be Jordan Cowman of Akin Gump presenting the first in our Tough International HR Challenge Series:  Global Terminations. Employers are increasingly facing the consequences of their decisions to think and act globally, especially when it comes to employment responsibilities. Jordan’s presentation will cover many of the issues facing global employers today, particulary terminations. At the end of the presentation, the audience will have a clear picture of the nature of employment liability related to terminations and other cost-cutting measures when operations are in the global arena.

Jordan’s presentations are always lively and contain real-world examples.  His presentation will provide an understanding of the relationship between US and non-US labor laws and how they differ in their application and purpose, and will equip the multinational employer with the right questions to ask before implementing terminations and other cost-cutting measures.

Jordan CowmanJordan Cowman is a Partner in the Dallas, Texas, office of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. He specializes in international labor and employment law and counseling on employment litigation, international public policy, cross-border matters and corporate compliance.Mr. Cowman is a director of the Texas Business Hall of Fame, the Dallas Assembly, the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations, and a member of the U.S. Council for International Business’ International Labor and Employment Law Committee. He was an employer advisor to the United Nations’ International Labor Organization in 2002, 2003 and 2004. He is past chairman of the Texas Lyceum Association.

This program has been submitted to HR Certification Institute for review.

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