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									Employment Seminar: Fraud in the Workplace                                                                  Page 1 of 2

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                                        Legal Issues in Employee Fraud

             Join Leslie Bottomly, Ater Wynne's HR Director and
             a partner in the Labor and Employment Group, for
             an employment law seminar examining the
             devastating effects of workplace fraud and the
             value of risk management in protecting the
             workplace from liability.

                                                                           Leslie Bottomly

                                       Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2009
                                       Time: 7 a.m. Breakfast; 7:30 a.m. - 9 a.m. Presentation
                                       Place: Ater Wynne Seattle - 51st Floor Conference Center, Two
                                       Union Square, 601 Union Street, Seattle, WA (map)
                                       Parking: Please park in Two Union Sq. parking garage
                                       (entrance on 7th Ave.). Parking will be validated at registration.

                               Topic: Legal Issues in Employee Fraud

                               Overview: Current research estimates $40-$50 billion a year, or
                               seven percent of a company's annual revenue, are lost to employee
                               theft. A weak economy and lower revenues mean businesses are
                               feeling the cost of employee fraud more than ever before. Meanwhile,
                               employee fraud may be increasing as employees look to their
                               employers' resources to solve their personal credit crunches.

                               Join Leslie Bottomly to learn about the effects of this fraud and ways
                               to develop and implement a risk management program to protect the
                               workplace from liability. Leslie will review:

                                       Legal issues that arise with fraud investigations;
                                       Strategies for imposing employee discipline and termination
                                       based upon the investigation;
                                       Methods to recoup losses; and
                                       Considerations for screening applicants and legal constraints on
                                       background checks.

                               Complimentary breakfast will be served. Parking will be validated.
                               Space is limited, so RSVP early.

                               RSVP: By May 30 to Beth Johnson at

                               Note: This program has been submitted to the HR Certification
                               Institute for review. 1.5 WSBA CLE credits pending. 5/8/2009
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