McNees Wallace & Nurick attorney Schaun Henry is set to speak at the 2017 Spring Human Resources Conference on March 23 at the Hershey Lodge.
The conference is organized by the Pennsylvania Chamber Of Business and Industry and will offer SHRM, CLE, CPE and HR Certification Institute credits.
Henry will address, “The Warning Signs You May Have a Potential Retaliation Claim,” as well as the best practices, possible scenarios and HR protocol in evaluating a potential claim.
Henry is a member of McNees Wallace’s labor and employment; litigation; privacy and data security; and transportation, distribution and logistics practice groups.
He provides guidance for employers on unfair labor practices and other labor relations issues, as well as providing representation for employers at labor arbitrations and negotiations.
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin attorney William G. Roark presented a program to municipal managers, township officials and local law enforcement titled “The Legalization of Marijuana and its Effect on Municipalities” at the Robert B. and Helen S. Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government at Lafayette College.
Roark is a principal of Hamburg Rubin and chairs the firm’s medical marijuana law practice.
He represents individuals and businesses in the medical marijuana industry by helping them comply with Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act.
He assists clients in understanding the permitting application process and the requirements associated with entering that industry.
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel partner Benjamin Pratt spoke at the Mid-East Pennsylvania School of Business Officials Regional Conference and presented “Negotiations Update for School Districts.”
Pratt focuses his practice in the areas of employment, labor and construction law for school districts, municipal entities and private employers.
He represents his clients at local agency hearings, administrative tribunals and in quasi-judicial hearings as special counsel before the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board and the National Labor Relations Board.
Elected and Appointed
Barley Snyder managing partner Jeffrey D. Lobach was elevated to chairman of the board for York County-based WellSpan Health’s York Health Foundation.
He concentrates his law practice in the planning, negotiation and execution of business and real estate transactions, formation and governance of business and nonprofit entities, industrial, commercial and residential real estate development, land use and zoning, business and real estate financing, and resolution of business disputes.
In addition, Lobach counsels family-owned and closely held businesses on issues unique to such enterprises.
He also advises institutions of higher education on issues of finance, governance, risk management and other areas.