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Why You Should Attend
Big developments are taking shape in employment discrimination law and litigation. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is bursting onto the scene, fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic continues to shape case law, hostile work environments remain a source of litigation, and so much more. This full day program brings together prominent practitioners from the management and plaintiffs’ bars, in-house counsel and EEOC representatives to analyze and provide practical guidance on the latest developments in the employment discrimination arena. In addition to providing critical updates on recent developments in the law, our expert faculty will offer their respective perspectives on addressing potential employment discrimination issues in the workplace proactively, as well as in litigation. The program will also address diversity and inclusion in the legal workplace.
What You Will Learn
After attending this program, participants will be able to:
- Learn how artificial intelligence may exacerbate/prevent discrimination
- Gain greater insight into the laws surrounding reasonable accommodations
- Evaluate how disability and religious discrimination law have evolved in the wake of Covid-19
- Understand how to attack and defend internal investigations using expert testimony
- Practice appropriate diversity, equity and inclusion in the legal workplace
- Advise clients involved in hostile work environment claims
- Address challenging employment discrimination litigation issues
- Get the latest updates on new laws, regulations and rulings that can affect the advice you give, the strategies you choose, and the settlements you propose
Who Should Attend
Any attorney or human resources professional who advises or represents employers, employees, labor unions or government, or who has judicial/arbitral/mediator responsibility will benefit from attending this program.
- All new panels: “Proving and Defending Hostile Workplace Claims,” Artificial Intelligence and Employment Discrimination and “Defending and Attacking Investigations of Harassment and Employment Discrimination”
- Earn one full hour of Diversity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias credit
- Transitional credit available
Credit Available: CLE, CPD, IAPP-Privacy, and HRCI/SHRM for Human Resources Professionals
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: An interest in learning more about discrimination issues that arise in today’s workplace.
Advanced Preparation: None.