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    NCHRA Luncheon Presents: U.S. Immigration Impact on HR, Company Culture and Business Deals

    Date: September 12, 2018, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    NCHRA
    Location:
    The Ranch Bar & Grill
    4th Floor
    5280 Arena Circle, Loveland, CO 80538
    Lunch is served 11:15am-12pm
    Speaker starts promptly at 12pm
    Price:
    $25 for NCHRA Members; $35 for non-NCHRA members
    Event Type:
    Luncheon
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    Non-Members:  Click Here to Register

    ***Deadline to Register is by Noon, September 7, 2018***

    ***At the door registration prices***
    Member At-the-door cost: $30.00
    Non-Member At-the-door cost: $40.00

    About the Speaker

    Unfortunately, the legal profession has become a way for clients to serve
    attorneys rather than a way for attorneys to serve clients.
    Shortly after graduating from the S. J. Quinney College of Law at the
    University of Utah and then working at a traditional law firm, Joshua
    decided to start his own firm where he could provide the personal attention
    his clients desire, the competency they need and a transparent, fee-based
    pricing structure where they know the price up front and don’t have to worry
    about the bureaucracy and redundancy that come with traditional law-firm
    hierarchy.
    Even before starting Irvine Legal, Joshua saw that in law and in life, it’s all
    about relationships. Irvine Legal uses technology where they can to keep the
    price low and face-to-face interactions to keep the trust and understanding
    high.
    Irvine Legal was established on a love of cultures, traditions and travel and
    on a belief that the traditional methods law firms use to bill clients lead to
    unnecessary expense from what he calls “manufactured work.”
    His love of travel came from living most of his first two decades of life in
    Germany and England and the remainder of his early years were in the
    Western United States. He learned a great deal living in different cultures;
    most importantly how much he loves to live in, work in and visit a variety of
    locations and lifestyles.
    He speaks throughout the United States and internationally on a variety of
    international business and business immigration topics as both a keynote
    speaker and during break-out sessions and in-house training.

    About the Presentation

    Discussion of timely topics impacting businesses related to immigration, including hiring/recruiting, I-9, company culture, being a strategic business employee on Mergers and Acquisition negotiations, compliance and liability risks.

    Presentation intended for a general audience from both novice and experienced HR professionals.