Annual Update: Part 1 - 2022 Legal Year in Review (2nd Session)

February 2, 2023 at 9:00am12:00pm

One Portland Square
9th Floor
Portland, ME 04101

Join Verrill for the first session of its 2023 virtual Labor & Employment Annual Series. Verrill is proud to announce that for the first time in almost three years this session will be an in-person event taking place at its Portland, Maine offices. To ensure a safe, socially distant, environment for all we will be offering the first installment of the Annual Update Series on two different days. There will be limited seats available at each session. The first session will be on January 26, 2023, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. The day will conclude with a networking happy hour featuring cocktails and lite fare. The second session will be on February 2, 2023, and it will begin with a networking breakfast at 8:15am before the program begins at 9:00am.

More details to follow.

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