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PET X TALKS KEYNOTE
3 Steps For Resolving Conflicts About Animals
Debra uses a simple, 3 step life lesson from grammar school to explain how to resolve a conflict about an animal. The answers can be found in just three words – STOP, DROP, and ROLL.
Fees vary depending on the type of speaking event. Here are some of the variables to consider when planning your meeting and creating a budget to include Debra in your event.
- Type of presentation – keynote, general session, or breakout workshop
- Multiple presentations – different or same presentation repeated 1 – 6 times
- Length of presentation – full day (up to 6 hours), half day (3 hours)
- Location or venue – where meeting is being held
- Expenses – Actual out-of-pocket, or inclusive with fee
- Licensing fee – for permission to audio or video tape Debra’s presentation
- Customization fee – for going above and beyond to personalize a program
- Terms – your choice between paying in full upfront or a 50 /50 payment option
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AVMLA 2019 Annual Continuing Education Program in Washington, DC, August 3-4 | Attending
The AVMLA will host the 2019 Annual Continuing Education Program in Washington, DC, August 3-4, in conjunction with the AVMA Annual Meeting to be held at the Marriott Marquis Washington.
Register for the AVMLA Continuing Education Conference today by clicking here.
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Jacquie Ball – Director of Administration
American Veterinary Medical Law Association (AVMLA)
1750 K Street, NW, Ste. 700, Washington, DC 20006
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Session Title: Creating a Litigation Free Workplace
Session Presenter & Conference Sponsor: Frank C. Muggia, Partner, Harris Beach, PLLC.
Session Description: Legal issues in the workplace cause costly litigation, bad publicity, and workplace disruptions for employers and employees. These challenges can adversely affect productivity, business profitability, and employee morale. As companies grow, well-drafted and consistently implemented employment policies are essential to prevent and minimize costly litigation. However, even with the best policies in place there are a number of behaviors that can make a workplace hostile.
Learn how to take steps necessary to maintain a peaceful working environment in this informative legal session.
Cover Your Tails | Pet Care Planning For the Short and Long Term | Sept 14 - 10am - 12pm | Bethany CT | Presenting
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