Employment Law Conference Webinar Replay

November 14 - 16, 2023

$895.00

This webinar was presented over 3 days with 3.5 hours of instruction per day.

The replay is available until May 16, 2024.

12.5-14.75 Hours of CLE/Continuing Education Credits

If you don't want to pay with a credit card or if you wish to register offline, please contact us.

The program will feature our renowned faculty and our comprehensive materials.

All program participants will receive a PDF copy of our updated Employment Law Conference Manual and a complimentary registration of the Ethics in Labor and Employment Law Webinar (2 hours) in December.

Topics for the 2023 Employment Law Conference Webinar include:

  • Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Retaliation and Whistleblowing Claims
  • Wage and hour & Misclassification Issues
  • The e-Workplace: Privacy Issues and Cybersecurity
  • ADA Developments on “Reasonable Accommodation”
  • FMLA: Current Issues and Trends
  • NLRB Update
  • Ethics in Labor & Employment Law (1 Hour)

The program will feature our renowned faculty and our comprehensive materials.

Also included:

  • 2 Hours – Ethics in Labor and Employment Law Webinar in December

Annual update on cutting edge ethics issues, including conflicts of interest, attorney-client privilege and waiver, ex parte access to current and former managers and employees, pre-trial investigations, employee confidential communications using employer-provided computers and email, in-house counsel ethical issues, improper acquisition and inadvertent disclosure of information and documents, access to social media information, settlement and negotiations, and court enforcement of professionalism and civility codes.

Re-Broadcast Fee: $895.00

 

How do NELI’s webinars work?

We conduct our webinars over Zoom. This Webinar will feature video and be interactive with an opportunity to submit questions throughout the program. You may participate in the webinar in real-time and/or watch the recording at your convenience.

How will we receive the login information?

You will receive an email from us with a link to download the PDF and log-in instructions approximately 3 business days prior to the start date. Our emails can/do get caught in spam filters, please check filters for your instructions. If you do not receive the email within two (2) days of the Webinar, Please contact NELI.

What if we can’t attend live?

You may watch the recording at your convenience. The “live” link will become the recording link approximately 2 hours after the conclusion of the event and you can access the Zoom recording by clicking on the “live” link.
You may also log in to your Account page on this website and view a link from your Orders. The recording is available for 6 months.

CLE and other Continuing Education Credits

NELI’s programs are routinely approved for credit in all jurisdictions with such requirements and we expect this program to receive full accreditation. This webinar will provide between 12.5-14.75 hours of MCLE credit (including 2 hours of ethics from the complimentary Ethics webinar) depending upon the jurisdiction.

Registrants may be required to file for credit on their own behalf in some jurisdictions. We will provide all necessary forms and proof of attendance.

NELI is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. Credit will be given to registered participants only.

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Presenters:

  • Carolina Bravo-Karimi

    Wilson Turner Kosmo

    Carolina is a partner with Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP in San Diego where her practice is focused on representing employers in a variety of employment disputes, including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wage and hour litigation. Representing both public and private entities, Carolina is an expert in handling complex matters and balancing the needs of several high-profile stakeholders. Additionally, Carolina has served as the Faculty Advisor for the Executive Moot Court Board and an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego School of Law.

  • Jennifer Cluverius

    Maynard Nexen

    Jennie is a shareholder with MaynardNexsen located in Greenville, SC. Jennie is an experienced litigator providing daily counsel to employers in all areas of labor and employment, regularly advising and defending some of the most prominent companies doing business in the Southeast, and also working with many of the Carolina’s home-grown businesses, colleges, and universities. Additionally, She regularly conducts investigations into alleged harassment, discrimination and other misconduct claims across the country.

  • Sara Fowler

    Seyfarth

    Sara helps employers craft employment policies, and investigate and effectively respond to workplace complaints. Sara has a great deal of experience defending against employment claims in court and other adversarial settings, including jury trials. She leverages her litigation experience in her employment counseling and investigatory work, understanding how events can later be perceived by a judge or jury. With that insight, Sara guides employers to proactively address workplace disputes with the goal of preventing litigation, or otherwise placing employers in the most defensible legal position.

  • Cameron Fox

    Paul Hastings

    Cameron is the Chair of the Los Angeles Office and Chair of the firm’s Traditional Labor Practice Group. She works in the firm’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. She represents employers in all aspects of employment law and labor relations, with a particular emphasis in the technology industry.

  • David Fram

    NELI

    David is NELI's Director of ADA Services. In this position, David conducts in-house and virtual ADA training for employers (including manufacturers, federal, state and local governments, and universities), law firms, and bar associations, among others. He also provides expert witness services during administrative proceedings and litigation.

  • Chris Jalian

    Paul Hastings

    Chris is a partner in the Employment Law practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Admitted to practice in California and New York, Chris often acts for national and international companies with workforces spanning the United States. His clients include financial institutions, major manufacturers, hotels and hotel management companies, healthcare providers, entertainment houses, and technology companies.

  • Daniel Johns

    Cozen O'Connor

    Daniel litigates employment-related matters in courtrooms throughout the country, including numerous Courts of Appeals. Throughout his 25-year career, Daniel has represented and advised employers and their management in an array of labor and employment issues, including discrimination, harassment, and other civil rights litigation; interest and grievance arbitrations; at-will litigation; restrictive covenant/trade secret claims; benefits litigation; independent contractor classification issues; collective bargaining; union avoidance; and unfair labor practice litigation before the National Labor Relations Board and various state agencies.

  • Lisa Lupion

    Orrick

    Lisa regularly litigates a broad range of employment issues in court, administrative agencies, and arbitration. Lisa also helps companies at all stages of development avoid litigation, or prevent a single-plaintiff matter from escalating to a class action. She has successfully handled a number of high-stakes arbitrations and internal investigations. In addition, she offers counseling on discrimination, harassment, equal pay, wage and hour issues, disability accommodations, termination and compensation. Lisa regularly advises clients on a variety of employment-related issues, including human resources policies and procedures, offer letters, severance agreements and employee termination.

  • Andrew Livingston

    Orrick

    Andrew is a partner in the San Francisco office, where he serves as the Office Leader. Andrew is a highly regarded trial lawyer and represents clients in a wide variety of industries, but specifically focuses on financial services, retail, technology, and advertising. He has an extensive class- and collective-action practice. He routinely defends employers in such cases in state and federal courts, particularly in cases alleging violations of the wage-and-hour laws. Andrew also defends employers in numerous other types of cases, such as those related to restrictive covenants and trade secrets, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

  • Samantha Rollins Murphy

    Faegre Drinker

    Sam is a litigator who defends employers across the country. She has significant experience defending wage-and-hour claims, as well as claims for harassment, discrimination and retaliation. Her experience includes class and collective actions, and she has successfully enforced non-compete agreements through temporary restraining orders and preliminary and permanent injunctions. Sam is also a seasoned trial attorney, securing recent jury verdicts in California and Iowa. And she combines creative legal thinking with practical experience to deliver effective results pre-trial, resulting in numerous favorable summary judgment and appellate rulings, including in putative class cases.

  • Jill Rosenberg

    Orrick

    Jill is a New York employment law partner in the Orrick law firm and is a nationally recognized employment litigator and counselor. She has significant experience defending and advising employers in discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblowing, wrongful discharge, affirmative action, wage-and-hour and traditional labor matters. In recognition of Jill's practice, Chambers USA and Chambers Global awarded her a Band 1 ranking, with clients calling Jill "a terrific lawyer," noting her "stellar reputation for her representation of clients in employment litigation and internal investigations," and her "smart, responsive and practical approach to advice and litigation."

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