Media are invited to a panel discussion by labor law experts who will discuss strategies for organizing, legislating, and litigating against the retailer
|DATE:||Thursday, March 2, 2006|
At this “Labor Lunch,” a panel of labor law experts will discuss various legislative attempts to curtail Wal-Mart’s abusive treatment of its employees, class action lawsuits brought against Wal-Mart by its employees, and current strategies for organizing Wal-Mart’s workers into unions.
|PRESENTED BY:||New York Law School’s Labor and Employment Law Program|
|ADDRESS/LOCATION:||Room A300, New York Law School, 57 Worth Street, New York, N.Y. 10013 (between Church Street and West Broadway)|
|DIRECTIONS:||Via Subway: 1 to Franklin Street; 2, 3, A, C to Chambers Street.|
|CONTACT:||Edith Sachs, New York Law School, 212.431.2187 or email@example.com|
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