February 2019
With offices in Texas and Oklahoma, Seltzer Chadwick Soefje & Ladik, PLLC   counsels and represents businesses and professionals nationally in the closely-related areas of corporate, tax, labor & employment, immigration, OSHA, ERISA and employee benefits, executive compensation, employment practices liability, professional liability, insurance defense, construction defect litigation, business litigation, and bankruptcy. We are thought leaders in our fields and regularly publish three blogs to keep clients, prospective clients, and industry professionals informed on topics affecting their business.

Ladik To Speak At Sports Immigration Law Conference
On March 8, 2019, Steven Ladik will speak at a Sports Immigration Law Conference presented by the American Immigration Lawyers Association ("AILA").   
Firm Supports PLUS Texas Chapter
For 2019, the firm is proud to again be a gold sponsor of the Texas Chapter of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS). As of Jan. 2019, Tim Soefje is also a member of the Chapter Steering Committee.
Employers Should Be Monitoring "Right To Disconnect" Initiatives
New York City is the first U.S. jurisdiction to consider a law banning work-related communications outside of work hours.

OSHA Amends Electronic Record Rules
Effective Feb. 25, 2019, OSHA has changed its electronic record requirements.

Non-Compete Agreements For Low-Wage Workers Under Fire
According to a University of Michigan Law & Economic Research Paper last revised on January 19, 2019, post-termination non-compete agreements “are more likely to be found in high-skill, high-paying jobs, but they are also common in low-skill, low-paying jobs.”

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