BALTIMORE—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Jennifer Cory joined with Monument Advocacy Partner Kate Christiansen Mills for a discussion on immigration law compliance and enforcement for employers. The Dec. 5 webcast took place in Womble Bond Dickinson’s Baltimore office and was presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Baltimore Chapter (click here to listen to the full recording).

The US Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Department of Labor and Social Security Administration will hold liable for immigration-related worksite compliance. In their presentation, Cory and Mills examined significant actions these agencies have taken over the course of the past year and explored practical tips that employers can implement to reduce risk exposure going forward.

Jennifer Cory leads the Womble Immigration Solutions team. She navigates the complexities of U.S. immigration law to design efficient, effective visa routes for her clients, who include educators, entrepreneurs, executives, innovators, and investors in key industry sectors such as academia, automotive, financial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and technology.