Labor & Employment Law Section CLE – Remote
How to grow an investigations practice
Description: This meeting will cover issues like who, in the State of Texas, can earn a living conducting investigations, how investigations can work with other practice areas, the types of professionals you can coordinate with, and technology that is helpful with practice management.
Credits: 1.00 hour CLE
Speakers: Mark Flynn is an employment attorney in Denver, Colorado and the founder and president of Employment Matters. Mark started the firm in 2015 to serve his professional passion, conducting and managing workplace investigations. Previously, Mark worked at one of the nation’s largest employers associations for over 18 years, where he developed and managed a team of investigators performing over 100 investigations annually. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Chicago-Kent College of Law, Mark has a broad employment law background that includes conducting all types of workplace and Title IX investigations involving all levels of management – including elected and appointed public officials. Mark has published multiple articles on workplace investigations and unlawful retaliation and has acted as an expert witness on the adequacy of workplace investigations in federal trial matters. Mark also maintains the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification since 2000 and has obtained Title IX training certifications from ATIXA and T9 Mastered. Mark is a sustaining member of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) and serves on AWI’s Guiding Principles Committee.
As part of Employment Matters, Flynn Investigations Group (EMFIG) houses the attorneys. Mark also provides counseling and training seminars on employment matters for employers of all types. To further promote effective and prosperous workplaces, Employment Matters expanded its services and personnel in 2020 in the fields of training, coaching, and mediation under Leading Matters (EM-LM).