LOS  ANGELES

October 12

at Seyfarth Shaw LLP

333 South Hope Street, 39th floor, Los Angeles 90071


 Perfect Storm is Coming

It’s not just about U.S.  law any more.

International employment, tax and immigration laws are changing.

Other countries have also gotten into the business of making it more attractive yet more difficult to move employees across international boundaries.

Nation states are competing for high-skill workers as they adopt stricter eligibility and compliance requirements for business visitors, temporary workers, and expatriates.

In addition, international employment and tax headaches

make global relocations more difficult.


We request the honour of your company, experience and insight;

please join us on Thursday, October 12 for higher education…

GLOBALLY  MOBILE  TALENT  

COMPLIANCE

Immigration Law,

Employment Law – US,

Employment Law – Global,

Tax

…plus new thinking about…

BOTS impacting HR/People Strategy, Talent Mobility 

Diverse, new workforce talent development via assignments; getting to ROI via coaching/mentoring/performance

US Relocations increasing…impact on housing costs for transferees… new workforce/new policies?

Host Sponsored by

Seyfarth Shaw LLP,  Angelo Paparelli – Partner

333 South Hope, LA 90071


CoSponsored by


and by  


 

REGISTRATION

General Admission $234 but you are encouraged to BOOK IT before September 22 because you will save $84/seat

US Tax Deduction for Continuing Professional Education:
A US income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging, undertaken to maintain or improve skills (Treasury Reg 1.1662-5; Coughlin v. Commissioner Internal Revenue, 203 F2d 307, 2d Circuit 1953)


 

HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

7:45am, Check-in desk opens, refreshments


8:40 – 9, Moderator’s Introductions

Ed Cohen – Content Developer & Moderator


9 – 10,  Keynote session

GLOBAL MOBILITY TRENDS in

 IMMIGRATION LAW

will be led by 

Angelo Paparelli, Partner

Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Thought-leaders will include…

Haley Macon, Vice President & Counsel, Employment– Americas,William Morris Entertainment-IMG

Gila Jones, General Counsel, James Perse Ent, Inc.

Hilary Jay, Associate Principal Counsel, Marvel Studios



Mahsa Aliaskari, Senior Counsel, Immigration, Seyfarth Shaw


Deanne Bringle, Senior Manager, Relocation, Immigration & ComplianceWarner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies (* schedule permitting)


10 – 10:20,   Break


1o:20 –  11:05,

GLOBAL MOBILITY TRENDS in EMPLOYMENT LAW TRENDS

thought-leaders  


Aaron Lubeley, Partner, Labor & Employment, Seyfarth Shaw


Violet Wallach, Counsel, Seyfarth Shaw


11:o5 – 11:15, BREAK


11:15 – 12,

Tax Compliance issues


Brett Sipes, GTN


Pam Drucker, AndersonTax


1:15 – 3:15,    audience discussion led by thought-leaders…commentators

Relocation and Policy Development

– new workforce, tech, new mobility

Moderator:  Ed Cohen,

Publisher- GlobalBusinessNews.net

Thought-leaders will include

Caroline Joy, SGMS, SCRP; Global Mobility & Immigration Manager; ViaSat


Rob Freedlander, Director of Expat Accounting & Financial Compliance;
Fluor Enterprises Inc.

Vicki D. Ragavanis MBA, GMS;
Strategic Initiatives; International Auto Source


Gabrielle LaHerran, SPHR; Head of Mobility & Immigration; airbnb

Brigitte Saria, GPHR;Chief Human Resources Officer; San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Chris Lechner, Broker/Owner; Global Point Relocation Solutions



3:30, Adjourn