Negotiation laws are changing - are you prepared for your next negotiation? Join Nicole Page, Partner at top NYC law firm, Reavis Page Jump LLP, for an exclusive virtual Q&A to answer all of your pressing negotiation questions (that only a lawyer could answer!).
You asked, she's answering:
- What has changed, in legal terms, for negotiation?
- What is considered "in writing" when negotiating? Emails? Screenshots?
- How am I protected as a negotiator?
- & more!
MEET THE SPEAKER:
In her employment practice, Ms. Page assists both individuals and companies on a range of matters, including workplace discrimination and sexual harassment claims at the state and federal level. She counsels clients on employment opportunities, negotiation strategies and equitable compensation packages. She also advises on and negotiates employment and separation agreements and provides outside general counsel services, particularly concerning employment law compliance. The #MeToo movement has had a profound effect on her practice and her committed advocacy for women.
Ms. Page’s extensive intellectual property practice includes copyright and trademark protection and prosecution, as well as advice on branding and licensing matters in the worlds of media, fashion, lifestyle and sports.
Ms. Page is admitted to practice in New York and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Ms. Page is proud to serve as President of the Board of Women Make Movies.