Employment Law: Sexual Harassment and #MeToo!, Social Media, Tax Cuts, and Supreme Court Developments and More
By: ALI CLE
Current Developments in Employment Law 2018 will welcome several new faculty members who bring expertise from the plaintiff and defense perspective including Daniel Bonnet of Martin & Bonnett PLLC (Phoenix, AR); Paul DeCamp of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. (Washington, D.C.); and Edward Leyden of Leyden Law LLC (Bowie, MD). This year's program will feature a mock meet-and-confer between litigation adversaries focused on developing protocol for e-discovery. And, as always, registrants will have opportunities to drill deeper into topics with colleagues and other registrants during breakfast roundtable discussions and other informal venues.
Topics to be addressed include:
"We will have an exploration of topics from a representative of the EEOC, the judiciary, and experienced practitioners in both the formal presentations and informal opportunities throughout the program. That is one of the things that makes this course unique," adds Planning Co-Chair Frank Morris of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. of Washington, D.C.
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