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Laurel Bellows and Marcus Harris on Avoiding Employee Transition Pitfalls

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On Thursday, February 24, 2011 Executive Compensation Attorney, Ms. Laurel Bellows, and Intellectual Property Attorney, Marcus Harris will address employee transitions issues so employers can protect their interests and exiting employees receive fairness and dignity. WHO – Laurel G. Bellows is a Principal in The Bellows Law Group, P.C. Ms. Bellows is an experienced business lawyer who counsels senior executives around the world on employment matters such as employment contracts, executive compensation, severance agreements and workplace disputes. She also represents clients in areas ranging from commercial litigation to business startups. WHO – Marcus S. Harris is a founding member of Marcus Stephen Harris, LLC. Mr. Harris focuses his practice on all aspects of technology law and intellectual property law, including domestic and international trademark prosecution, trademark opinions and counseling, due diligence, copyright and trade secret law. He has extensive experience in transactions involving technology licensing, including software licensing. SUBJECT MATTER – Several business consultants have predicted an employee exodus when the economy picks up again. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of employee transitions by being proactive from the beginning of an employment relationship. Proper setting of expectations and identification of business property and intellectual property can help both employer and employee understand their respective rights and duties. Employee transition does not need to be unpleasant or lead to unnecessary litigation with proper planning and policy.

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