The Impact of Sept. 11 & Enron on Japanese Employers in the U.S.

September 12, 2002
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Corporate Program past event

Breakfast Seminar
8:30 – 10:30 am

Japanese employers in the U.S. have grappled with a host of new issues in the workplace since 9/11: workplace security and privacy, medical issues, litigation risks, military leave rights, immigration and corporate reorganization. A panel of legal experts discuss these issues and also address the use of stock appreciation rights for U.S. operations and the importance of pension plan governance and 401(k) investment structure in the wake of Enron.

Lawyers William J. Milani, Robert S. Groban, Jr. and Howard Pianko from Epstein Becker & Green are the speakers for this program, directed primarily towards employees with legal and human resources responsibilities.

Tickets: Corporate members are entitled to a designated number of free admissions to this event, based on each company’s current membership levels. These reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. Additional corporate registrants pay the discounted corporate member rate of $20.
Nonmember tickets: $35. Academic rate also available. Includes continental breakfast.

Note to attorneys: Epstein Becker & Green is an accredited provider of Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) in New York. This seminar is approved for two hours of general credit for experienced attorneys. Epstein Becker & Green provides assistance to those with financial hardship who wish to attend these briefings. Please submit requests for assistance with an explanation to Linda Altschul in the New York office, (212) 351-4543.

  • Thursday, September 12, 2002
  • 8:30 am