Presented by the ISBA Corporate Law Section
The Trump Administration has vowed to be the “Jobs President” and reduce, reverse, and repeal laws, regulations, and orders that impede economic growth. Learn about the new changes in labor and employment laws that have occurred since the inauguration, as well as the developments expected in the near future. General and assistant general counsel, private attorneys acting as general counsel, and labor and employment attorneys with intermediate practice experience who attend this online seminar will learn about:
- Developments at the Department of Labor – a discussion of leadership changes at DOL, and substantive and policy priority changes, including joint employer and independent contractor status, wage & hour laws, and other developments.
- Developments at the National Labor Relations Board – an examination of the leadership and policy changes at the NLRB, developments regarding joint employer and independent contractor status, employee handbooks, expedited election rules, electronic communications and social media, arbitration and class action waivers, and micro-units.
- Developments at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – a presentation of the leadership and policy changes, including EEO reporting, I-9 reporting and audit, discrimination, and transgender rights.
- Immigration Developments – a discussion on a number of immigration issues that are high on the administration’s list, including policy and immigration enforcement changes, border walls, registries, immigration reform, and DACA/DAPA status.
- Affordable Care Act Developments – a concise overview of what has happened regarding repeal and replace.
- Executive Orders – a look at the executive orders that have been eliminated (or on the chopping block), including the blacklisting rule, persuader rule, DACA, DAPA, and more.
- Other Federal/Congressional Developments – discover what’s new in this area.
- Miscellaneous/State and Local Changes – a presentation exploring current trends, including how certain states and localities are taking up the slack or promoting their own workplace agenda.
Mark A. Spognardi, Pautsch Spognardi & Baiocchi Legal Group LLP, Chicago
May 03, 2017 12:00 PM Central
ISBA Member Price:
Total General MCLE Hours: 1.00