Employment Law Mid-Year Conference Live Webinar
May 14 – May 16, 2024
Early Registration by April 30, 2024: $845
NELI will be holding the 2024 Mid-Year Employment Law Conference as a LIVE WEBINAR Conference. The program will be presented over 3 days, with 3.5 hours of instruction per day. All participants will receive a complimentary registration for our 2-hour Ethics Webinar on June 5.
12.5-14.75 Hours of CLE/Continuing Education Credits
The Conference will feature our renowned faculty and comprehensive materials.
All program participants will receive a PDF copy of our updated Mid-Year Employment Law Conference Manual.
Topics for the 2024 Conference include:
(Please download the agenda for exact times and speakers)
- Recent Developments in EEO Law
- Wage and Hour & Misclassification Update
- Retaliation and Whistleblowing Claims
- NLRB Update
- ADA Developments in “Qualified” and “Reasonable Accommodation”
- FMLA Compliance and Best Practices
- The agenda and/or speakers are subject to changes.
- 2 Hours – Ethics in Labor and Employment Law Webinar – Live or Replay (June 5, 2024, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern)
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.
Registration Fee Schedule:
Registrations received by April 30: $845
Registration received after April 30: $945
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. 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 Credit
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. Credit will be given to registered participants only. NELI is an approved provider of HRCI and SHRM for recertification credit.
Please remember that you can watch the recording for up to six months and still receive CLE/CEU credit. Cancellations must be confirmed via email. Cancellations received more than 10 business days prior to the webinar may elect to receive a full fee credit, or a refund. Those cancelled 10 or fewer business days prior to the program, will receive a fee credit less a $250 cancellation fee.
Fee credits may be applied during the next 12 month period. Any refunds will be processed after the program concludes.
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Tracy is the co-Managing Partner of the Chicago office and past chair of the Chicago office Labor & Employment department, concentrating her practice on representing and counseling employers throughout the country in the entire range of employment law matters. Tracy provides extensive advice and strategic guidance to clients on a wide array of Human Resources topics and issues, including policy development and review, auditing the Human Resources functions, leave and absence management, EEO compliance, reductions in force, employee relations, labor relations, performance management, discipline and discharge and various other areas, with an emphasis on instituting best practices and avoiding litigation.
Kane Russell Coleman Logan
Dennis is director of Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC, in Houston, Texas, representing management exclusively in all aspects of labor and employment law, including defending allegations of discrimination, unfair labor practices, wage and hour, OSHA claims, whistleblowing complaints and wrongful discharge, non-compete and trade secrets, counseling and training to employers on managing workplace issues and preventing employment lawsuits. Prior to re-entering private practice, Mr. Duffy was Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Labor and Employment with Time Warner Inc.
Shannon represents public and private employers in a broad range of labor and employment matters. She conducts collective bargaining negotiations and interest arbitrations, defends employers in all types of employment and civil rights claims, and provides advice and training related to employment policies and other HR needs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Elizabeth represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including discrimination, retaliation, harassment, pay equity, employee mobility, website accessibility, and wage-and-hour matters. Elizabeth has represented employers in multiple jurisdictions in state and federal courts, arbitration, and administrative proceedings (including DOL, EEOC, and DIR), defending against individual and class claims across industries, including technology, media and entertainment, retail, finance, health care, education, insurance, and transportation. In addition to litigation, she regularly assists employers to review and revise their employment policies and procedures, tackle novel employment issues, and develop creative solutions to employee-specific issues.
Anthony represents a wide range of employers, including healthcare systems, hospitals, and life sciences companies in collective bargaining negotiations, contract administration, labor arbitrations, union elections, non-compete and trade secret litigation, and wage and hour matters. Appearing before the National Labor Relations Board and in state and federal courts in Massachusetts, Florida and Rhode Island, he also handles discrimination issues and claims. Additionally, he drafts executive employment, non-competition and change-in-control agreements and offers employment training.
Carson is a partner in the Employment Law practice of Paul Hastings and is the chair of the Washington, D.C. Employment Law Department. Carson represents employers in all aspects of employment law, with an emphasis on the defense of class and collective action suits. She also has a particular focus on litigation involving trade secrets and restrictive covenants. She is a member of the firm’s Employee Mobility and Trade Secrets practice group as well as the Pay Equity practice group. She focuses on legal issues and cutting-edge trends relating to pay equity, social media and electronic discovery. She uses her electronic discovery expertise and experience with employee data to counsel clients and lead teams as they identify, locate, collect and produce electronically stored information in complex cases.
April 16 – April 18, 2024