Key Industry Speakers Slated For PERA's Chicago Convention -

Key Industry Speakers Slated For PERA’s Chicago Convention

The Production Engine Remanufac-turers Association (PERA) 62nd Annual Conference to be held September 27 - 29 in Chicago.

The conference will feature a variety of business and technical seminars, including a presentation by Joe Yastrow and Sonya Som, attorneys for Laner Muchin Dombrow Becker Levin Tominberg, Ltd.

Yastrow and Som will discuss "Current Issues in Employment-Related U.S. Immigration Law: I-9 Compliance, Visa Updates." In addition to addressing hot topics and compliance tips, they will provide answers to your specific questions. Bob McKenna, President/CEO of Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) and Past President of NAPA, will be speaking on "Motor Vehicle Parts Suppliers – The Invisible Giants of Manufacturing." Conference participants are invited to supply topics to be covered or questions to be addressed, says PERA Executive Vice President Nancie Boland. "This is a great opportunity for you to get all of your questions answered and to direct the content of the presentation."

Boland asks that topic requests and questions be submitted to [email protected] no later than September 7th.

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