International law firm Proskauer is proud to sponsor, produce and update How to Make Immigration Law Work for Your Business: A Small Business Guide in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
As the book notes, for businesses large and small, keeping abreast of immigration law is essential to maintaining a competitive workforce. Standing at the crossroads of domestic labor policy, foreign relations and homeland security, the nation's immigration policy is undergoing unparalleled change. Today's businesses understandably find it difficult to adapt to this ever-evolving area of law.
As one of the few law firms that are a national member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, our leading Immigration Law practice combines our day-to-day representation of businesses with activities that help shape U.S. immigration policy.
Labor & Employment partner David Grunblatt stated, "We hope this guide will become an important resource that will help companies successfully navigate the complex and ever-changing array of immigration laws and regulations."
The editorial team included David Grunblatt, Valarie McPherson, Hallie Cohen, Erica Loomba, Praveena Nallainathan and Jennifer Wexler.
View How to Make Immigration Law Work for Your Business: A Small Business Guide here.
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