Jamila Brinson, Gary Fowler, and David Schlottman to Speak During Texas Bar Labor & Employment Law Section’s Summer CLE Series

April 22, 2021 | Attorney News



Jackson Walker partners Jamila Brinson, Gary Fowler, and David Schlottman are participating in the first two sessions of the State Bar of Texas Labor and Employment Law Section’s Summer CLE Series.

“Perspectives on Vaccines and Employment Law”

Thursday, April 29 | 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. CDT
1.5 hours MCLE credit

Moderated by David and featuring Jamila as a panelist, this discussion covers legal and practical issues surrounding COVID-19 vaccines and the workplace. Fellow panelists will include Kathy Boutchee (Supervisory Trial Attorney at Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), Michael Galo (Attorney at The Galo Law Firm), Patricia Hubbard (VP and Assistant General Counsel at Baylor Scott & White Health), and Manuel Quinto-Pozos (Attorney at Deats, Durst & Owen).

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“Mediating and Arbitrating Non-Competes and Trade Secrets”

Friday, June 4 | 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. CDT
1 hour MCLE credit, including 0.25 hours ethics

During this presentation, Gary will resolve a hypothetical, typical case involving former and current employers and an employee. Using this case, Gary will focus on the unique rules and dynamics of mediating a non-compete case (both from the standpoint of the practitioner and the neutral) and arbitration. Issues included are JAMS and AAA rules on emergency relief, arbitrability of the matter against non-signatories to the arbitration, the interests of each party (and non-parties) to the mediation, and settlement issues that commonly arise during mediation.

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Visit the Labor and Employment Law Section website for more upcoming programming.

For additional labor and employment law insights, join Jackson Walker on Thursday, May 20 for a seminar covering the latest developments affecting employers. Get the details at “Avoiding Labor and Employment Nightmares: Strategies for Reducing Risk and Protecting Your Workforce.”

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