Government Affairs lawyer to speak at Economic Roundtable on Nov. 2
Attorney Tony Fiore, who specializes in labor law and economic regulation of business, is scheduled to discuss “Top 5 HR Issues in Ohio and West Virginia,” at the Economic Roundtable of the Ohio Valley at noon, Wednesday, November 2nd, at the Marietta Country Country Club.
Fiore is an attorney with the law firm of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter, and he manages the firm’s 50-state lobbying compliance practice area. This practice provides government affairs counsel and compliance services to companies advocating for prudent reforms to administrative and legislative changes across the U.S. with state, Washington D.C., or regionally based lobbyists.
Fiore counsels companies on best practices within the workplace, risk management strategies for state-funded and self-insured entities, as well as legislative and administrative changes that impact a company’s bottom line. Fiore also serves as the Government Affairs Director for the Ohio Society of Human Resource Management.
Prior to joining Kegler Brown, he was a member of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs team. Fiore has a B.S. degree from The Ohio State University and a J.D. degree from Capital University Law School.
He will also be conducting a Leadership Q&A at 7 p.m., Tuesday, November 1st, in the Alma McDonough Auditorium.
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