Working People's Issues

When Jun 28, 2018 08:15 AM to
Jun 29, 2018 04:30 PM
Where The Seelbach Hilton (500 S 4th St)
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Working People's Issues: Sexual Harassment, Addiction & Big Data
35th Annual Carl A. Warns, Jr. and Edwin R. Render Labor and Employment Law Institute
Thursday-Friday, June 28-29th at The Seelbach Hilton (500 S 4th St)
Registration Costs: $10 - $395
The UofL Brandeis School of Law's Warns-Render Labor and Employment Law Institute provides high-quality continuing legal education to local and regional labor or employment law attorneys, human resource professionals, union representatives and other workplace experts. Speakers, including attorneys, public servants and professors, attend from across the country. The institute provides Louisville attorneys the opportunity to hear from high-ranking officials without leaving town. The institute creates dialogue between academics, government officials and practitioners, and is an inclusive forum where employee, union and management-side representatives all feel welcome and benefit from the education provided.
Presentations at the 2018 Institute include: Review of Kentucky Employment Law Cases, National Labor Relations Board Update, Employment Law Litigation and Trial Preparation, Developing Issues in Kentucky Wage & Hour Class Action Law, Representing Working People and their Unions in the Trump Era, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Update, Review of U.S. Supreme Court Labor and Employment Cases, When Co-Counseling Goes Awry: The Ethical Dilemmas Associated with the Co-Counsel Relationship, Department of Labor Update, Addiction Under the ADA, Respectful Work Places Training Program: Preventing Sexual Harassment, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: New Challenges for Work Law, The Status of Electronic Discovery in Kentucky and the Impact of the New Rules, “Who is the Client?” and Related Quandaries. Download a copy of the program.

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