Livengood Alskog attornies to host educational event regarding sexual harassment

  • Thursday, February 8, 2018 4:30pm
  • Business

As the list of high profile sexual harassment claims grows, many employers and employees wonder how the #MeToo movement affects them and their workplace.

Kevin Hansen and Rebecca Penn, attorneys at Livengood Alskog, will explain the law regarding sexual harassment and provide strategies for avoiding harassment in your workplace. The talk with be held in the Kirkland Library Meeting Room on Tuesday, Feb. 27 from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

There is no cost to attend. Brown bag lunch is encouraged

Chamber 201 is a new initiative of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce. The initiative aims to deliver relevant and timely education to small business owners on important topics.

Future topics may include succession planning, lease negotiations, intellectual property and resolving workplace disputes.

Contact Samantha St. John at samanthas@kirklandchamber.org or Kevin Hansen at hansen@livengoodlaw.com for further information.

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