Public Sector EEO and Employment Law Update Live Webinar

August 13 – August 15, 2024


Early Government Registration Fee by July 28, 2024: $745

NELI’s 2024 Public Sector EEO and Employment Law Update as a LIVE WEBINAR Conference. The program will be presented over 3 days, with 3.5 hours of instruction per day.

10.5-12.5 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.

NELI will be holding the 2024 Public Sector EEO and Employment Law Update as a LIVE WEBINAR Conference. The program will be presented over 3 days, with 3.5 hours of instruction per day.

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

All program participants will emailed a PDF copy of our updated Public Sector EEO and Employment Law Update 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
  • Harassment and Internal Investigations
  • “Reasonable Accommodation” Under the ADA Rehabilitation Act
  • FMLA Compliance and Best Practices
  • The agenda and/or speakers are subject to changes.

Registration Fee Schedule:

Registrations received by July 28: $745.00

Registrations received after July 28: $845.00

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 log-in instructions approximately four (4) business days prior to the Conference. 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 Conference, 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

This webinar will provide between 10.5-12.5 hours of MCLE credit 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 an approved provider of HRCI and SHRM for recertification credit. 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.

Cancellation policy

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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    “I greatly appreciate the ability to attend your seminars virtually! In my public sector position, we are very mindful of CLE costs and typically do not travel to CLEs. With the virtual presentation, I am able to learn from the best resources in the country, when I otherwise may not be able to attend due to travel costs. THANK YOU!”

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  • 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.

  • Eric Distelburger

    Paul Hastings

    Eric works in the Employment Law practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s San Francisco and Palo Alto offices. Eric has extensive experience advising companies on their most complex labor and employment needs such as compliance with AB 5 and attendant independent contractor concerns, mitigating joint employer risks, and counseling clients facing employee activism in the workplace. On this issue, in particular, Eric has carved out a niche, combining his traditional labor law background with his vast experience defending employers against discrimination claims to help clients navigate this politically sensitive and emotionally charged area of the law.

  • Dennis Duffy

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    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.

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  • David Fram


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  • 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.

  • Greg Keating

    Epstein Becker Green

    Greg is a member of the firm working out of the Boston offices. He is both a trusted advisor on all aspects of employment law and as a much sought-after whistleblower defense attorney. Employers seek Greg’s daily advice on every type of employment claim. A thought leader on whistleblower issues, Greg counsels clients on establishing a strong compliance program to help them avoid problems. He previously testified in the U.S. Senate on creating effective compliance programs and helped write a thought leadership piece on compliance programs while serving for four years on the U.S. Department of Labor’s Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee.

  • Andrew Murphy

    Faegre Drinker

    Andrew litigates class and collective action cases throughout the country. He has particular skill in matters involving the defense of business models that utilize independent contractors, franchise arrangements and third-party service providers. Andrew also regularly counsels logistics companies, “gig” economy platforms, franchisors and other companies on business modeling issues related to contractor classification, joint employment and regulatory risk. Andrew is one of the few litigators to obtain a complete defense-side state supreme court decision in an independent-contractor misclassification action arising under the “ABC” test. He has served as lead counsel in class and collective action cases involving tens of thousands of putative class members. His work includes defense of clients facing claims for breach of contract, fraud, agency liability, and violations of state and federal employment laws, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

  • Samantha Rollins Murphy

    Faegre Drinker

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