Join Mark Mallery and Javier Jalice for this AWI webinar as they review lessons learned from botched investigations. This session will focus on high profile investigations where missteps were widely publicized. Mistakes will be illustrated in order to teach attendees how to avoid them in their own investigations.
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Mark Mallery has practiced labor and employment law for over thirty years. A problem-solver for employers, Mark has acted as lead counsel on complex disputes, including Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower claims before the Office of Administrative Law Judges; pattern and practice and class based claims prosecuted by the EEOC; collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act; and class-based discrimination claims with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Civil Rights Center. As an advisor to employers, Mark has developed employment practices and systems, has written contracts and employment policies and has trained managers on their implementation. Mark is a Fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers (inducted in 2009). He is also listed in Best Lawyers in America; Louisiana Super Lawyers; International Who’s Who of Management Labour and Employment Lawyers; Chambers USA: America’s Leading Business Lawyers; Corporate Counsel, The Business Magazine for the Chief Legal Officer; Louisiana Life Magazine’s Top Attorneys in Louisiana; and New Orleans Magazine’s Louisiana’s Top Lawyers.
Javier Jalice represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, and is licensed and admitted to practice before all federal and state courts in Louisiana. Javier has represented both public and private employers nationally and regionally before federal and state administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and the Department of Labor (“DOL”), in federal and state courts, and in arbitration hearings on labor and employment-related matters. Javier has also advised employers throughout the United States regarding personnel policies, leave issues, and discipline and discharge matters. Javier, a native of Guantanamo, Cuba, is a first-generation American and New Orleanian. Javier obtained his Juris Doctor from Loyola University New Orleans’ College of Law in 2013, graduating cum laude, receiving the 2013 Spirit of Ignatius Award – the College of Law Outstanding Graduate Award – and being inducted (as one of ten graduates) to The Order of Barristers.