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H-1Bs - Deadline Is Tuesday, January 27th

H-1Bs are the bread-and-butter of most immigration practices across the country. Staying abreast of developments connected to H-1Bs involves more than just H-1B cap-related issues - also important are current adjudication trends, current LCA enforcement trends, developments in portability, and uptodate strategies for H-1B alternatives. The uptick in the US economy means that more and more employers will want H-1Bs and being fully informed on the latest developments is a precondition to serving employers' needs. Our upcoming telephonic seminar "ILW.COM-Fragomen Briefing On H-1B Issues And Current Developments" will discuss hot issues in H-1Bs and will provide practice pointers to guide clients through the year ahead. The speakers include many distinguished practitioners from the law firm of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy, the largest immigration law firm in the country with over 130 lawyers - Austin Fragomen, Howard Gordon, Jonathan Adams, Andrew Greenfield, Ethan Kaufman, Cynthia Lange, Michael Patrick, Cheri Peterson-Ross, Michael Turansick and Freddi Weintraub (DHS and DOL representatives have been invited). The seminar is offered by phone, so law offices around the country can participate. It is also a great training tool for the entire law firm staff (one registration covers everyone sharing a speakerphone). The seminar includes an in-depth Q&A period where you can pose questions regarding your cases to the distinguished practitioners on the panel. The deadline to register is Tuesday, January 27th. For more info, including detailed curriculum, speaker bios, and registration information, see: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/january2004.shtm. (Fax version: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/january2004.pdf.)



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