Miami area business owners will gain insight on labor and employment matters specific to their business when partner Matthew Thibaut participates in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program next Wednesday evening, December 9, at the Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus.
The evening’s program consists of three 30-minute rotations where the pre-registered scholars in attendance will be divided into three groups and rotate through each of three breakout sessions:
1. Session on Performance Warning.
2. Session on Termination.
3. Legal Consultations.
During the legal consultation portion, registered attendees will have the opportunity to speak 1-on-1 with Mr. Thibaut on legal issues relating to labor and employment laws. Other attorneys will also be available for consultations relating to corporate law, intellectual property (IP), and real estate.
Mr. Thibaut first participated in the Goldman Sachs 10KSB program in August of 2015, when he took part in the program titled, “Performance Management: Retaining Talent for Business Success.”
About the Program
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses has partnered with Miami Dade College to provide small business owners in the greater Miami area with access to practical business courses, financial capital, and powerful networking opportunities to help their businesses grow. Through the support of the Goldman Sachs Foundation, business owners selected to participate will receive a scholarship covering the full cost of tuition and program materials.
Attendance is limited to registered scholars. Information on the program is available online at: www.mdc.edu/10ksb.
About Matthew Thibaut
Matthew Thibaut practices in the firm’s Securities Litigation and Employment Law practice groups. He is AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Thibaut’s securities practice experience includes common law and statutory claims in connection with investments in common stock, bonds, mutual funds, hedge funds, managed money, alternative investments and structured products.
In the area of employment law, Mr. Thibaut has successfully handled cases involving claims of discrimination, defamation, the Family Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act matters. He also negotiates and litigates employment agreements.
He earned his law degree from the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University and was licensed to practice law in Florida in 2001.