Whodunnit?!: An interactive look at workplace investigations and best practices to minimize liability and provide a fair, impartial process
Tuesday 8:00 – 11:30 AM
During this presentation we will discuss how human resources professionals should approach investigations and also provide situational scenarios to hone your investigatory skills.
John Marino, Christina Capizzi and Stephen Maule
Stephen B. Maule practices in all areas of labor and employment law, including litigation, client counseling, and document preparation and review. Stephen relies extensively on his legal education and his experience with the firm in serving McMahon Berger’s clients. Stephen handles all facets of employment law, including employment discrimination claims under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Missouri Human Rights Act. He is involved in all aspects of litigating discrimination claims as well as investigating and responding on behalf of management to employee claims before Federal and State administrative agencies. He has appeared in Federal and State courts and administrative agencies throughout the country. In addition, Stephen advises clients on employment-related matters such as personnel policies, daily human resources issues, employment contracts, severance agreements and employee handbooks.
Christina Sondermann Capizzi
Christina Sondermann Capizzi practices in all areas of labor and employment law, with an emphasis in employment litigation. Prior to joining our firm, she spent over four years as an Assistant Circuit Attorney in St. Louis, Missouri where she represented the State as the first chair in over 20 jury trials. Ms. Capizzi has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, including motion, trial and appellate practice in state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as representing clients before state and federal administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, U.S. Department of Labor, and Missouri Commission on Human Rights.