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May 2017: What's New in Labor and Employment Law?

 
May 25, 2017

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Labor & Employment
 
Seminars

Please join Husch Blackwell attorneys for our half-day spring seminar on current issues in labor and employment law.

Topics

  • Legal Update. We will review the status of proposed changes to federal and state labor and employment laws, rules and regulations, including overtime classifications, paid leave for federal contractors and the joint employment doctrine. We also will assess the impact of recent federal and state court decisions and analyze possible changes under the Trump administration.
  • Drugs and Alcohol: What Is Your Tolerance? Discussion will include drug and alcohol testing policies in the workplace, how to navigate work-related functions that involve alcohol, and workplace issues that have arisen with the enactment of state and local laws permitting the use of medical and recreational marijuana.
  • Practical Tips for Addressing Suspected FMLA and ADA Abuse. We will analyze options for addressing suspected misuse of FMLA leave and the ADA accommodation process, from both a practical and legal standpoint.
  • Multiple Challenges Facing Multistate Employers. As regulation of labor and employment matters at the federal level becomes more uncertain, state and local jurisdictions continue to pick up the slack. We will discuss how local innovation can challenge multistate employers and offer best practices for overcoming those challenges in hiring practices, minimum wage laws, arbitration and noncompete agreements, and family and medical leave entitlements.

Date and Time
Thursday, May 25, 2017
7:45 a.m. – Registration
8:30 a.m. - noon – Program

Location
Sheraton Westport Chalet
191 Westport Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63146

Who Should Attend
Business owners, vice presidents, directors, human resources professionals, general counsel and other in-house counsel

Continuing Education Credit
Missouri and Illinois CLE credits are pending. HR Certification Institute and SHRM recertification credits are also pending.

Questions?
Contact Pam Clark at 314.345.6648.