Mergers and Acquisitions in Employment-Based Cases-Recording (.MP3)

Mergers and Acquisitions in Employment-Based Cases-Recording (.MP3)

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Recording Date 01/14/16
CLE Eligible Yes
Length 90 min.
Format Web Seminar
SKU WS2016-01-14-DL

In any corporate merger, acquisition, or restructuring, if the potential immigration consequences are not addressed appropriately and early enough, the impact of these reorganizations can have devastating effects on employment-based cases and the foreign nationals employed by the firms, and the firms themselves, which may lose the services of key employees. Join this panel to learn (or brush up on) how to address the impact of corporate reorganizations, including mergers and acquisitions, on employment-based cases.

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Marcine Seid (DL), AILA Board of Governors/AILA Verification and Documentation Liaison Committee Co-Chair, Palo Alto, CA
Marcine Seid is the principal attorney of the Seid Law Group in Palo Alto, CA. Ms. Seid currently serves as an elected director of the AILA Board of Governors and as co-chair of AILA's Verification and Documentation Liaison Committee. She has also served on AILA's CSC Liaison Committee (three terms), as chair of AILA's AAO Liaison Committee (two terms), and on numerous other AILA committees. Ms. Seid is the co-author of two books: Immigration Law in the Workplace and Immigration Compliance Auditing for Lawyers. She is listed in Best Lawyers in America and Northern California Super Lawyers.

Jerome G. Grzeca, Milwaukee, WI
Jerome G. Grzeca is the managing partner of Grzeca Law Group in Milwaukee, WI. He is a past director on the AILA Board of Governors. He has served on various committees and taskforces with AILA including, past chair of the AILA DOS Liaison Committee; program chair, 2009 AILA Annual Conference Planning Committee; AILA Executive Director Search Committee; chair, AILA Taskforce on Affiliate Programs; member, AILA USCIS Liaison Committee; member, 2009 AILA Nominating Committee; and chair, AILA NSC Liaison Committee. He speaks on numerous business immigration law panels in the United States and other countries.

Peter T. Schiron Jr., Stamford, CT
Peter T. Schiron, Jr. is an assistant general counsel for Deloitte LLP in New York City where he oversees the organization's U.S. and global immigration compliance programs by guiding leadership and management teams in formulating U.S. and global immigration policies and best practices that ensure compliance with immigration laws and promote the success of Deloitte's business models. Additionally, Mr. Schiron co-leads Deloitte's advocacy and legislative agenda in Washington, D.C. for passage of high-skilled immigration legislation. He is a frequent speaker on business immigration and global workforce compliance.

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