JK Attorneys to Present Free Webinar on Current Trends in Employment & Labor Law Next Friday, 1/25/19, and Separately Have Published a "Look Ahead" at the Coming Year.
January 17, 2019
You are cordially invited to attend a free Seminar on “Trends in Employment and Labor Law,” which will be presented next Friday, January 25, 2019, beginning at 9:00 a.m. CST. The live Seminar will be held at the Tropicana Evansville in Evansville, Indiana, and will be available by Webinar and phone for those unable to attend in person. Topics covered will include Conducting Gender Pay Audits to Avoid Discrimination Claims, Dealing with Medical Leave and Reasonable Accommodation Issues, Employment Agreements/Independent Contractors v. Employees/Non-Competes, Litigation Tips for Class and Collective Wage and Hour Cases, and How the Trump Administration NLRB’s Recent Decisions Affect All Employers. Presenters include JK Labor and Employment Practice Co-Chairs Wendy Adkins and Mark Dellinger, as well as Jill Hall, Jim Johnson, Al Sebok, Chad Sullivan and Justin Harrison. The full Agenda, and Seminar Registration and Phone and Web joinder instructions, can be found here.
Separately, JK Employment and Labor Law Co-Chair Mark Dellinger recently published “An Early Look at Federal Labor and Employment Law Developments in 2019,” which is available here on JK’s Labor and Employment Blog. Topics discussed include the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)’s widely anticipated updated “white collar” overtime rule, which reportedly was forwarded to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review this past week, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)’s pending final guidance on workplace sexual harassment and an anticipated new proposal on how to conduct workplace wellness programs without being sued, the NLRB’s ongoing and anticipated rulemakings and plans to speed up the agency’s handling of unfair labor practice charges, and several pending Supreme Court cases.
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