Labor and Employment attorney Neil A. Morris recently gave a presentation at the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association’s 2014 Centennial Education and Training Conference. The conference was held in King of Prussia, PA. Morris’s presentation titled ” How to Discipline Employees and Make it Stick” was well attended. New laws are constantly being added at both the state and federal level concerning employee rights making it hard for Police Chiefs to retain their management rights. The presentation focused on what police chiefs can do to do garner control of their workforce so that when necessary, discipline imposed will stick. If you have any questions about retaining management rights please contact Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org | 267.338.1383
Neil Morris has passionately represented employers for the last 25 years. Mr. Morris specializes in the areas of labor and employment, municipal labor law, employment discrimination, defamation and business litigation. Mr. Morris has served as Special/Labor Counsel for more than 35 Pennsylvania Townships and Boroughs, the County of Bucks and many private employers. He is often brought into municipalities to handle “crisis” situations involving employees and/or management.
Mr. Morris handles cases throughout the country including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Colorado, Hawaii, Maryland, Mississippi, South Carolina and West Virginia. In 1999, Neil achieved one of the highest defamation jury awards ever in Pennsylvania for a business client. He also has extensive appellate experience arguing appellate cases before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Superior Court and Commonwealth Court as well as various Federal District Courts and before the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Third, Fourth and Tenth Circuits. Mr. Morris has also argued successfully before the Mississippi Supreme Court.