Cades Attorneys to Speak to the HSBA on Hawai`i Employment Issues
David F.E. Banks and Amanda M. Jones have been asked to speak to members of the Labor and Employment Section of the Hawai`i State Bar Association on September 2, 2015 regarding recent Hawai`i cases impacting Hawai`i employers. Mr. Banks, who serves as chair of the firm’s Employment Law and Labor Relations practice group will talk about a recent Hawai`i Supreme Court decision relating to an employer’s use of criminal background checks. Ms. Jones will speak about recent Hawai`i cases involving arbitration agreements.
Hawai`i State Bar Association
Labor and Employment Law Section
“The Night’s Watch and Employment Law in Hawai`i”
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
David F.E. Banks is a partner with Cades. He is currently chair of both the Corporate Department and the Employment Law and Labor Relations Group. Mr. Banks’ employment law practice focuses on preventative counseling, strategic planning, legal compliance, labor and employment issues in M&A transactions, reductions in force, and assisting clients with drafting employment-related agreements, manuals, policies and procedures.
Amanda M. Jones is a litigation partner, concentrating her practice on civil trial and appellate cases, administrative proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, and compliance and risk management counseling. A substantial portion of her practice is devoted to representing employers in administrative proceedings and litigation and advising management on employment matters. She also advises educational institutions and represents parties in commercial and real estate disputes.