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$300 will buy you about half an hour with a top employment attorney.
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Dear HR Professional:
I was talking with a friend of mine recently – a prominent employment lawyer. During our conversation, I asked him what an hour with a top HR attorney might cost. He gave me the usual your-mileage-may-vary disclaimer, and then named a figure.
"You'd be hard-pressed to find one for under $400.00 an hour," he said. He then added that, in his city, they generally cost $500.00 an hour or more. Five hundred dollars!
Yet even that may be a bargain. The average jury verdict in an employment lawsuit is close to ONE MILLION DOLLARS – and employers lose about 65% of the time a case goes to trial. Add in the cost of settlements … lost productivity … shattered morale … and it's clear that legal fees only scratch the surface of the true cost of a lawsuit.
When it comes to lawsuits, even when you win, you lose. And there seems to be an endless stream of savvy attorneys (for current AND former employees) waiting to pounce on the slightest error of commission or omission – on a dizzying array of federal, state and local rules.
That's why we say the best lawsuit is the one that never gets filed. And that's also why we've developed a service to help you stay out of court. Introducing The HR Law Weekly.
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The HR Law Weekly is designed specifically for YOU: the busy HR pro who needs to keep your organization in compliance with ALL employment laws – but doesn't have $500.00 lying around for a legal consultation every time you have a question.
The HR Law Weekly is really TWO valuable services in one – and at one low price. You'll also get four free bonus gifts (more on that later).
The HR Law Weekly comes to you from the publishers of The HR Specialist, Manager's Legal Bulletin, HR Specialist: Employment Law, Payroll Legal Alert, and state HR legal newsletters. We also produce webinars … conferences … CDs … books … special reports … e-letters … and online HR resources. And we've been doing it since 1937.
Our 80-year track record proves we've helped our readers in the past. But you're more interested in the future – and that's where The HR Law Weekly can REALLY help you.
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Take a look at a sample issue of The HR Law Weekly. You'll find:
Not knowing about ANY of the above items could spell trouble for your company – and you. But The HR Law Weekly covers them all (and more) – 52 times a year! You'll also benefit from helpful links to free white papers, checklists, and online resources – yours exclusively as an HR Law Weekly subscriber.
2. Employment Law
Then, every Monday, we'll send you our Employment Law e-letter. Each weekly issue laser-focuses on one key HR legal topic. Employment Law is the perfect complement to your weekly newsletter.
Here are a few recent stories from Employment Law:
By combining an overview of the week's top HR legal stories with an in-depth look at one specific aspect of employment law, the one-two punch of The HR Law Weekly and Employment Law gives you over 100 updates per year. And, as a subscriber, you can access past issues of the newsletter at no extra cost!
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Is The HR Law Weekly Right for You?
The HR Law Weekly is not a substitute for an attorney. If you get sued, you need a lawyer. But the advice and case studies found in The HR Law Weekly and Employment Law might just help you AVOID having to hire a lawyer – and if that's the case, this service pays for itself hundreds of times over.
If you've read this far, chances are you're starting to see the value of The HR Law Weekly. But if you're still on the fence, try this little exercise: Think about what an employee lawsuit would cost you. Figure in your time … your staff's time … and how many billable attorney hours you'd need.
Write down the dollar figure. If that number is greater than the cost of 17 minutes of a lawyer's time – and I guarantee it is – then The HR Law Weekly can help you in your work. And remember: there's zero risk for you. Can you say that about your employment law problems?
My lawyer friend would be glad to welcome you as a client. But when you can get 8,760 hours of legal updates for less than half an hour with a top attorney, isn't it a much better deal for you (and me!) if I welcome you as a new subscriber to The HR Law Weekly? Sign up today!
Phillip A. Ash
P.S. The value of your Charter Discount and four FREE gifts totals an amazing $376.90.
P.P.S. Remember – if The HR Law Weekly fails to meet your needs, let us know. We'll immediately refund 100% of your subscription price – but you keep your back issues and all four free bonus gifts. You have my word on it.
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