On Thursday, May 20, Jackson Walker and Insperity sponsored a labor and employment law symposium covering the latest developments affecting employers. CLE, CPE, HRCI, and SHRM credits are available.
Topics presented during the symposium included:
- Jackie Staple, “Triaging Employment Law Emergencies”
- Brooke Willard, “Continuing COVID Issues That Survive the Pandemic”
- Lonnie Schooler, “Reducing Risk in FLSA Collective Actions”
- Jamila Brinson, “Avoiding Landmines: Reducing Litigation Risk Through Effective Diversity & Inclusion Plans”
- Dawn Holiday, “Before the Cat’s Out of the Bag: Practical Considerations for Preserving the Secrecy of Confidential Information”
- G. Scott Fiddler, “Employee Raiding: Myths, Maxims, and Mitigation”
- Kelly Yeates (Insperity), “Avoiding HR Nightmares: Are Your Frontline Managers Assets or Liabilities in the New Era of Work?”
- Sang Shin, “Employment-Based Immigration and the Biden Administration”
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