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Life Lessons for Employers

Saturday, Aug 12, 2017

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Our Guest:

William L. Vickerson
Employment Attorney
Irwin, Tardy & Morriss

wvickerson@itmlaw.com

Life Lessons for Employers –

Bill is a member of the Maine Employment Lawyer’s Association (MELA) and has been a strong advocate for individuals dealing with difficult cases in this challenging area of the law. He has worked as a facilitator and trainer for more than thirty years with Dale Carnegie Training, one of the world’s oldest and most respected training organizations. This experience, coupled with his interpersonal skills and legal background, make him an effective mediator, working with individuals, small businesses and their attorneys to find resolutions for tough legal and business issues.

Bill also has vast experience in the area of personal injury law, elder law, and family law. Over the last forty years he has recovered millions of dollars for injured individuals and their families, and has helped clients work through the difficult issues of child custody, visitation and support, property settlements, and spousal support, minimizing negative effects on children while maximizing positive results for his clients. He has also helped many Maine families deal with the challenge of aging parents, finding solutions that ensure the highest quality of life possible for the elderly person while preserving the assets that he or she worked a lifetime to accumulate.

As a small businessman himself, Bill is acutely aware of the challenges that small business owners face every day. Bill currently represents dozens of small business operators, assisting them with business formation of LLCs and other entities, contract negotiations, employee problems, accounts receivable, leases and property acquisition as well as licensing, regulatory and tax issues.