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Why You Should Attend
This two-day event offers a comprehensive review of case law and regulatory developments, an in-depth analysis of emerging issues, and best practices, designed to maximize employment law compliance, mitigate legal risk and achieve business objectives. The faculty is composed of nationally recognized management, union and plaintiffs’ attorneys, in-house counsel and government enforcement agency representatives who share their perspectives, insights and experiences.
What You Will Learn
After attending this program, participants will be able to:
- Analyze important federal and state case law and regulatory developments of the past year
- Evaluate the causes and effects of attorney impairment, mental health and well-being on the employment relationship and legal methods for addressing it
- Understand the current state and legal benefits and risks of workplace diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives
- Identify need to know 2023 wage and hour developments
- Summarize best practices for conducting effective investigations in public and private sector workplaces
- Discuss answers to your difficult leaves of absence and workplace accommodation questions
- Review equal pay and pay equity developments in 2023
- Consider the protections for different types of employee speech in the private and public sector workplaces and when employers may regulate employee speech
- Explore how new technologies, like artificial intelligence are creating opportunities and risks for employers in the private and public sector workplaces
- Hear from members of the judiciary regarding best practices/practical tips for employment litigators
- Analyze unique gender issues presented by the post-pandemic workplace
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for private practitioners, in-house counsel, and human resources and other business professionals who seek an in-depth analysis and discussion of often subtle and rapidly evolving issues arising in employment law.
- All new panels: "Attorney Impairment, Mental Health and Well-Being in the Workplace, “The Impact of New Technology in the Workplace and “Workplace Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives: Current Trends”
- Earn up to one full hour Ethics credit
- Competence/Mental Health/Substance abuse credit available
- Transitional credit available, including up to 1.5 hours of Professional Skills credit
Program Level: Overview.
Prerequisites: An interest in receiving an in depth analysis of evolving issues arising in employment law.
Advanced Preparation: None.