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Representing the LCA Performing Arts Client: Sexual Harassment in the Performing Arts (Presented by Lawyers for the Creative Arts)

Get practical advice from attorneys, managers, and artists with experience in issues of sexual harassment in the performing arts. Originally presented by Lawyers for the Creative Arts.
Credits: 2.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: H1112-19E
$100.00 or 2.25 credits
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Expires: 8/1/2021

Representing the LCA Performing Arts Client: Sexual Harassment in the Performing Arts is a seminar providing practical advice by attorneys, managers, and artists with experience in issues of sexual harassment in the performing arts.

We thank presenters Laura Fisher, Coordinator of Chicago Theatre Standards, Gary Glaser, Littler Mendelson, PC, Sarah R. Marmor, Scharf Banks Marmor, LLC, Sarah Venuti Yates, Director of Human Resources, Joffrey Ballet.

Expires: 8/1/2021

Representing the LCA Performing Arts Client: Sexual Harassment in the Performing Arts is a seminar providing practical advice by attorneys, managers, and artists with experience in issues of sexual harassment in the performing arts.

We thank presenters Laura Fisher, Coordinator of Chicago Theatre Standards, Gary Glaser, Littler Mendelson, PC, Sarah R. Marmor, Scharf Banks Marmor, LLC, Sarah Venuti Yates, Director of Human Resources, Joffrey Ballet.

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Program Date8/2/2019
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Program Date8/2/2019
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