E. Fredrick Preis, Jr. to present to Louisiana Bankers Association 2017 Bankers School for Supervisory TrainingE. Fredrick Preis, Jr. will be presenting an employment law update to the Louisiana Bankers Association's 2017 Bankers School for Supervisory Training on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Topics will include: achieving positive employee relations, significant employment laws affecting bankers, discrimination laws, wage and hour law, and leaves of absence laws. The event will be held at The Bankers Center in Baton Rouge. For more information or to register, click here.
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 Louisiana Bankers Associaiton:
Since 1900, the LBA has remained true to its original mission: government relations. By drafting and supporting legislation, testifying before legislative committees and building constructive coalitions with other industry groups, the LBA plays an important role in developing a legal and regulatory environment that is beneficial to Louisiana banks. The presence of the LBA's government relations team at the state capitol and their close working relationship with our congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., means that Louisiana's issues are given the highest priority.