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Preparing for and knowing when to terminate an employee can be one of the most challenging tasks imposed on the small business owner or HR manager. Whether it is simply a matter of not having the right “fit” with the employee or eliminating that “one bad apple”, the liability for bad fire can be overwhelming. From discrimination charges to unemployment claims, and the legal fees that accompany them scare many employers into non-action. Please join us for assistance in learning the warning signs that it’s time to fire and taking the steps necessary to protect your business.

Facilitator Elizabeth Crosby is a partner at Buckley King and has over 25 years of experience in the areas of employment law and workers' compensation. She is a Board Certified Specialist in both areas by the Ohio State Bar Association, one of only four attorneys in Ohio possessing this dual-certification. She represents employers/management in all areas of labor and employment law including employment counseling, preparation of handbooks, discrimination and wrongful discharge claims, wage and hour compliance, and FMLA and ADA compliance, EEO, OSHA and Davis‐Bacon. In addition, she is responsible for oversight and management of workers compensation matters and unemployment claims for employers.

Elizabeth is a frequent speaker at seminars and hosts a monthly speaker series for small business employers and HR personnel. A graduate of The Cleveland Marshall College of Law and the University of Akron, Crosby is a member of the Cleveland chapter of the Employment Law Inns of Court (Master of the Bench), ​has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer for six consecutive years and holds an AV® Preeminent Rating by Martindale Hubbell.  

Elizabeth Crosby 
Buckley King Law Firm

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Kent State University at Stark
Conference Center
6000 Frank Ave NW
North Canton, OH  44720

7:30 - Continental Breakfast 
8:00 - 9:30 Seminar

Terminating with a Cause