Chandra Davis to Present at Management Information Exchange (MIE) Conference in Atlanta, September 10

Management Information Exchange (MIE) Conference for Legal Services Executive Directors, Managers and Supervisors in Atlanta, September 9 and 10. Chandra Davis to lead discussion of employment law rules and regulations on September 10. Chandra will update and review the most pressing employment law and compliance issues–FLSA, FMLA, ACA, ADA and reasonable accommodations, harassment in the […]

ELS August Update and Upcoming Events

Link to our latest update. Highlights and quick links: Webinar with Chandra C. Davis – HR Regulations: Disabled Employees, Discrimination and Equal Pay – Wednesday, August 15, 2 pm LINK to RECORDING. Special Employment Law Webinar for Owners & Managers of Small Law Firms, Thursday, August 22 from 11 am to NOON Management Information Exchange […]

NAMWOLF 2019 Annual Meeting & Law Firm Expo Los Angeles Sept. 22-25

ELS is proud to support minority and women-owned law firms by sponsoring the NAMWOLF 2019 Meeting & Law Firm Expo in Los Angeles on September 22 to 25. Chandra C. Davis and Tennille Hoover will be on-site to engage with attendees. Contact Chandra at [email protected] or Tennille at [email protected] to make plans to meet up […]

Chandra Davis and Nzinga Shaw Present Taking Diversity and Inclusion to the Next Level!

Chandra Davis and Nzinga Shaw will present Taking Diversity and Inclusion to the Next Level on August 1 from 1:30 to 3 pm at the EEOC’s EXCEL Training Conference in Atlanta. Attend this session for an interactive panel presentation and discussion on developing a diverse and inclusive culture, along with meaningful metrics you can use […]

Halima White and Chandra Davis to Present at EEOC’s EXCEL Conference in Atlanta

Halima Horton White will present ADR Options for the Early Resolution of EEO Claims on August 1 from 10:45 am to 12:15 pm and Chandra Davis will present Taking Diversity and Inclusion to the Next Level on August 1 from 1:30 to 3 pm at the EEOC’s 2019 EXCEL Conference in Atlanta. More info at:https://www1.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/release/4-30-19c.cfm. […]

ELS Offers Training and Counsel to Boards

Attorneys at The Employment Law Solution: McFadden Davis assist non-profits and not-for-profit organizations with various aspects of board management and membership. Our team of attorneys is dedicated to helping non-profit organizations thrive. We provide straightforward advice to all types of charities, institutions, foundations and not-for-profit organizations across the breadth of the sector, from educational and […]

ELS Summer Employment Law Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is available on our LinkedIn page. Articles include: Supreme Court To Decide LGBTQ Workers’ Rights Raise Your Defenses and Raise Them Early: A Good Reminder from the Supreme Court for Employment Counsel Defending Title VII Workplace Bullying: States are Taking Action Other informative topics: Employment Law Checklist, Risk Management, and Internships. #ELSFirm […]

Chandra C. Davis and Jamala S. McFadden Provide Tips on NextGenLeadership

“Getting key assignments is often based on informal relationships and lawyers of color are often left out of that process. But it’s critical to ensure attorneys of color are getting good quality work that grows their practice.” READ MORE HERE #LEIdiversity #TipsforNextGenLeadership #ChandraDavis #JamalaMcFadden #ELSFirm

Chandra C. Davis will Participate in the 50th Class of Leadership Atlanta!

Leadership Atlanta inspires leaders to strengthen metro Atlanta’s communities. The core of Leadership Atlanta’s programming is a nine-month, executive-level series. Approximately 85 established leaders are chosen each year to represent a broad cross-section of metro Atlanta. Through retreats, full-day seminars, service projects, discussion groups and community tours, members explore critical community issues, examine themselves as […]

What Employers Need to Know about the Proposed Revised Rule on Overtime 

The Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a revised rule on white collar exemptions to the overtime requirement of Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). While the proposal is not yet in place, employers should carefully review their employees categorized as exempt and consider the implications of the proposed revised rule (revised rule may become final in 2020).  “Exempt” employees do not […]