Ms. Seten assists in the development of workplace policies, investigation procedures and training materials; prepares employee handbooks and procedure manuals; conducts training for management, supervisors and employees on workplace conduct; and advises on problem employees.
She also works with employers to develop strategies for addressing union issues, including running union avoidance campaigns, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, administering labor contracts and representing employers in unfair labor practice charges.
Ms. Seten represents clients before federal and state agencies and in the state and federal courts of Missouri and Kansas.
Recognized as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers (2011, 2012), she is a frequent presenter throughout the United States, a contributing author of How To Take A Case Before The NLRB and has published articles in newspapers and trade publications.
Ms. Seten is a past vice-chair of the labor and employment committee of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association and current chair of the Heartland Labor and Employment Institute.
She received a BS from the University of Illinois and is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law.