Bill Nolan serves as managing partner of Barnes & Thornburg’s Ohio office, which he opened in 2009 and has guided through steady and thoughtful growth. He is motivated by helping people, businesses, and other organizations succeed.
Live Video-Broadcast:December 5, 2023
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What are the recurring and developing issues employers need to be aware of in preparing separation agreements? This presentation will review those issues, including long standing issues on the one hand, and the National Labor Relations Board’s 2023 pronouncements on the other extreme. The focus will be on practical advice and drafting options.
Key topics to be discussed:
Most common areas of negotiation
Handling mutuality of various provisions
NLRB’s focus on confidentiality provisions
Special considerations with group terminations
Date / Time: December 5, 2023
11:00 am – 12:40 pm Eastern
10:00 am – 11:40 am Central
9:00 am – 10:40 am Mountain
8:00 am – 9:40 am Pacific
William A. Nolan | Barnes & Thornburg LLP
Bill Nolan serves as managing partner of Barnes & Thornburg’s Ohio office, which he opened in 2009 and has guided through steady and thoughtful growth. He is motivated by helping people, businesses, and other organizations succeed. As a labor and employment litigator and counselor, he works to bring attentiveness and clarity to bear on employment, contract, and other disputes and help clients make optimal and cost-effective decisions in difficult situations. As an office leader, he wants every team member to find and build on his or her strengths and make connections inside and outside the law firm to keep them energized and moving forward. As an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the Ohio legal community, Bill is committed to finding new tools and partnerships, so all individuals have opportunities to succeed.
Some practice areas where Bill has distinctive experience are litigating and advising on noncompete and trade secret disputes across the country; representing employers and executives in a wide range of employment contract issues, including designing restrictive covenant programs for national employers; helping employers effectively and cost-effectively manage employee health issues and the many related legal issues; guiding workplace investigations; and training client teams on employment law issues and litigation avoidance strategies, both formally and just as part of his approach to day-to-day counseling.
I. Most common areas of negotiation | 11:00am – 11:20am
II. Handling mutuality of various provisions | 11:20am – 11:40am
III. NLRB’s focus on confidentiality provisions | 11:40am – 12:00pm
Break | 12:00pm – 12:10pm
IV. Special considerations with group terminations | 12:10pm – 12:25pm