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Why You Should Attend
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on employment law practitioners and human resources professionals at all levels. This full day program brings together prominent practitioners from the management and plaintiffs’ bars, in-house counsel, EEOC representatives and other neutrals, 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 and ethical considerations in the workplace.
What You Will Learn
- The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment discrimination claims
- New laws, regulations and rulings that can affect the advice you give, the strategies you choose, and the settlements you propose
- Experts’ advice on bringing and defending employment discrimination cases
- Advice on counseling clients involved in alleged discriminatory conduct
- Discrimination and workplace regulation trends
- What is implicit bias and how does it operate in the legal workplace?
- What is intersectionality and how does it apply to workplace discrimination?
- Featured Speaker: Jamillah Bowman Williams, J.D. Ph.D., Georgetown University Law School, Intersectionality: When Multiple Protected Classes Cumulatively Cause Discrimination
- All new panel: Individual Expression and Discrimination in the 2021 Workplace
- Earn one full hour of Diversity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias credit
- Earn one full hour of Ethics credit
- Transitional credit available
Credit Available: CLE, CPD and HRCI HR Recertification