Expertise in Demand – SGG Lawyers As Trusted Thought Leaders

Expertise in Demand – SGG Lawyers As Trusted Thought Leaders

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In August, Amy Prokop Lenhert presented her views on pre-litigation lawyering under the title “H-1Bs: Preparing for District Court at the RFE stage” before an audience of the Orange County Bar Association in Newport Beach

Josie Gonzalez presented on the topic of ICE and worksite compliance at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Fall Conference in Salt Lake City in September

In October, Helen Sklar was a speaker for the panel “To File or Not to File:  Risk Management and Ethical Considerations”, and Amy Prokop Lenhert was the discussion leader for the panel on “Trends in Business Immigration Litigation” at the AILA California Chapters Conference in Monterey

Kathy Grzegorek was the discussion leader on the subject of EB-1, national interest waiver, and other permanent residence strategies for exceptional immigrants at AILA ‘s first ACES (Athletics, Culture, Entertainment and Sciences) Conference in August

Kathy Grzegorek also presented on the subject of requests for evidence at the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors Region 12 Annual Conference in Pasadena in November. David Strashnoy spoke about consular processing at the same conference.

Helen Sklar participated as a panelist for the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild at a conference in Durham on the topic of professional competency in a fast-changing environment of heightened immigration enforcement

David Strashnoy presented remarks at the Los Angeles County Bar Association on the topic of “Emerging Issues & Strategies in Business Immigration” in November

David also is sharing consular processing insights in the AILA Bangkok Chapter webinar held in December