Bond, Schoeneck & King Event

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October 2, 2017 11:30am - October 6, 2017 12:30pm

In honor of Manufacturing Week, Bond, Schoeneck & King’s manufacturing attorneys are offering DAILY webinars during the week of October 2 to October 6 covering some of the most pressing legal issues facing manufacturers of all sizes and industries.

Manufacturers face an array of legal challenges in their quest to streamline operations in a cost-conscious environment. If guided properly, the risk to a company’s bottom line is minimal. However, if the risks are ignored, fines and other liabilities, including attorneys’ fees, can quickly ratchet up into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Our webinars will cover such vital topics as cybersecurity, OSHA, intellectual property, employment law and immigration law.

The webinar schedule is as follows:

Monday, October 2
Cybersecurity: What We Should Be Doing
Presented by Michael D. Billok

Tuesday, October 3
Protecting Your Manufacturing Business from IP Theft
Presented by Jeremy P. Oczek

Wednesday, October 4
Wage and Hour Traps for the Manufacturing Industry
Presented by Erin S. Torcello

Thursday, October 5
Avoiding OSHA Liabilities
Presented by Steven J. Ricca

Friday, October 6
Navigating Immigration Issues Within the Manufacturing Industry
Presented by Caroline M. Westover

The webinar time for each day will be 11:30am – 12:30pm Eastern Standard Time

In recognition of the ingenuity and hard work of manufacturers across New York State and beyond, Bond is offering this webinar series on a complimentary basis to clients and friends. Please register for any or all of the webinars at:


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Kathy Purdy

About Bond, Schoeneck & King

Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC serves individuals, companies and public-sector entities in a broad range of areas. With more than 250 lawyers, we represent clients in manufacturing; financial services; agribusiness; commercial lending and real estate development and construction; energy; health care and long term care; and municipalities, school districts, higher education, and other exempt and nonprofit organizations. We maintain nine offices across New York; one in Naples, Florida; and one in Overland Park, Kansas. Bond is committed to understanding our clients’ needs and providing comprehensive, practical, high-quality and responsive solutions. We strive to maintain the highest professional and ethical standards, and to provide leadership in community activities, pro-bono work and service to the Bar. For more information, visit