Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn Law Attorney Lars H. Anderson to Present “What Constitutes Workplace Discrimination and How to Effectively Investigate Complaints”
Attorney Lars H. Anderson, Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, will present “What Constitutes Workplace Discrimination and how to Effectively Investigate Complaints” on Thursday, September 30 at the Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association Labor Law Summit, in McAdoo, PA. The Summit will be held from 8:30am-3:30pm. The presentation will be interactive with attendees, with the goal of giving useful tips on how to properly prevent and investigate allegations of workplace discrimination.
Attorney Anderson, a partner at HKQ Law, specializes in Employment and Labor Law and Commercial Litigation. He has handled numerous labor arbitrations for clients and has successfully arbitrated or settled the discipline and/or termination of employees. He has been involved in a myriad of contract negotiations and has performed independent sexual harassment investigations for various clients. He has also advised clients regarding employee-related issues and has successfully defended clients against all manner of employment discrimination claims and unfair labor practice charges. He has appeared before the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, National Labor Relations Board, and the Pennsylvania Civil Service Commission on behalf of his clients. He has also litigated matters in both state and federal courts, and the appellate court system.
Attorney Anderson has been named to the Super Lawyers® List for the past several years. He is active in the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is on the Executive Council of the PBA’s Labor and Employment Law Section and was Chair of the Section from 2017 to 2018, Chair of the PBA’s Community and Public Relations Committee, and was a member of the PBA’s Board of Governors from 2013 to 2016.
Additional information about the MAEA Summit can be found at www.nepamaea.com. Additional information about Attorney Anderson can be found at www.HKQLaw.com.