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When: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
From 7:30 until 9:30 AM
Where: The Plaza Club, 20th Floor
900 Fort Street Mall
Honolulu, Hawaii  96813
United States
Contact: Landon Wong

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What Would You Do?

As HR Professionals, we run into a myriad of challenges every day.  Discrimination, workplace violence, sexual harassment, social media, workers comp fraud, leaves of absence, substance abuse . . . there is no end to the types of difficult conversations and actions required on a daily basis! 

Join us for an interactive session as we share thought-provoking, head-scratching case scenarios.  At this one and one-half hour program, learn how to deal with your everyday and unique situations from one of the leading labor and employment law attorneys, Greg Sato.  This session will be a great opportunity to network, discuss with your peers, and walk away with expert advice from our guest speaker.

Scenarios are written by:

  • Sheri-Ann Lau Clark, VP, Corporate Secretary & General Counsel, Hawaii Employers Council
  • Trisha Gibo, Director, Attorney, ES&A, Inc., A Law Corporation
  • Kendra Kawai, Director, Attorney, Torkildson, Katz, Hetherington, Harris & Knorek, Attorneys at Law, A Law Corporation
  • Kenneth M. Nakasone, Director, Attorney, Kobayashi Sugita & Goda, LLP

Greg Sato represents management in his practice of labor and employment law.  Mr. Sato has been recognized by his peers for his ethical standards and his expertise in labor and employment law in Hawaii by Martindale & Hubbell, Chambers and Partners, the Society for Human Resource Management, the Litigation Counsel of America, “Best Lawyers in America” and “Super Law. 

He is active in community affairs and is currently a Director of the Hawaiian Educational Council, a Director of Arcadia Retirement Residence, a Director for Hanahau’oli School, and a Hearing Officer with the Hawaii Office of Disciplinary Counsel.

Mr. Sato earned his undergraduate degree in History from the University of Southern California and completed a joint Masters of Management/Juris Doctor degree at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the School of Law.

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