From Title VII to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and beyond, Jackson Walker associate David Schlottman addressed the various laws governing religion in the workplace at a Collin County Bar Association Corporate Counsel Section Meeting on Thursday, January 10, 2019.
The MCLE presentation, entitled “Religion and the Workplace,” offered practical advice to employers on how to handle religious discrimination and accommodation issues. Also, David walked attendees through the implications of recent Supreme Court case law on the potential religious rights of employers.
For more information, visit the Collin County Bar Association website. To view the full presentation, see “Religion and the Workplace” on SlideShare.
David Schlottman is an adviser and litigator who focuses on complex cases involving employees, the workplace, and related business disputes. He has wide-ranging experience in helping clients with business problems and lawsuits involving wage-and-hour issues, employee competition, theft of trade secrets, contract claims, compensation disputes, employment discrimination and retaliation, and union-related disputes. In addition to his practice, David serves on the leadership councils for both the State Bar of Texas Labor and Employment Law Section and the Labor & Employment Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association. He has been recognized in the labor and employment field as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and one of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” by D Magazine.