E. Fredrick Preis, Jr. presented at the Urban League's "Legal Readiness for Small Businesses" on December 5, 2016E. Fredrick Preis of the New Orleans office presented a seminar on Employment Law and Arbitration and Mediation for the "Legal Readiness for Small Businesses" at the Urban League on Monday, December 5, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
About E. Fredrick Preis, Jr.:
Fred Preis is a partner in the New Orleans office where he is a senior member of the labor and employment law section. Prior to serving as an officer in the United States Army, Fred earned both his undergraduate degree in business and his law degree from Louisiana State University. He has been representing management in labor law and employee relations matters throughout the United States for more than 30 years.
About The Urban League:
The Urban League of Greater New Orleans (ULGNO) has served African Americans and other underserved populations in the metropolitan New Orleans area since 1938. Seventy-five years later, the organization is still relevant in its mission to assist individuals to secure economic empowerment and civil rights. The Urban League of Greater New Orleans remains at the forefront of poverty reduction efforts and initiatives to empower underresourced communities. The strength of “The Movement” has been the identification of equality gaps between the majority and the African American community, which give rise to our ability to design and deliver vital programs and policy initiatives to help close the economic divide. Throughout our history, ULGNO programs have been focused to ensure quality education and access to information, employment, entrepreneurial and economic inclusion opportunities, and shared dignity under the law. ULGNO provides services to citizens through programs housed in three essential Centers of Excellence, which take a holistic approach to addressing issues that concern low to moderate-income families: The Center of Education and Youth Development, the Center of Community and Economic Development, and the Center of Policy and Social Justice.