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Center for International Legal Studies

International Employment, Business Immigration and Tax, 2011

Salzburg, Austria, Sunday, 5 June - Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Sessions will cover a wide range of employment law-related topics, including terms of employment, outsourcing, employer-employee dispute resolution, employee IP rights, discrimination, redundancy, occupational hazards, compensation for work-related injury, business immigration et. al.

The symposium starts on Sunday, 5 June. Sessions will run all day Monday and Tuesday. The symposium concludes with a concert and dinner on Tuesday, general departure day is Wednesday, 8 June. The working language is English.

The Center will certify up 1.8 CLE credits (based on 50-min hours) and/or 1.5 CLE/CPD (based on 60-min hours) per 90-min session attended

Fees include three nights accommodation (different categories), lunches, dinners, travel insurance, coffees and drinks, social and professional program, CLE/CPD accreditation, and materials (for delegates and faculty).

Dress: Business Attire

When arriving at Salzburg Airport, ask the taxi to bring you to Schloss Leopoldskron. It is about a ten minute ride.

Registered Delegates and Faculty

Kirstin Clifden, Lindsay Curcio, Laura Devine, Lisa Jo Fanelli-Greer, Alan M. Koral, Yoshikazu Sugino, Christopher A. Taravella, Eric Taussig,