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COVID-19: Infecting Employment Issues in Bankruptcy
This panel will discuss the WARN Act, KERPs and KEIPs, vacation/sick time and the ??507(a)(4) cap, varying state laws on severance claims that are driving the locations of filings, and more.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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Shedding the Light on Employer Responsibility Under MHPAEA
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) generally prevents group health plans and insurance issuers that provide mental health and/or substance abuse benefits (MH/SUD) from imposing more restrictions on those benefits than medical/surgical (M/S) benefits. The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) kicks the MHPAEA compliance requirements up a notch and requires group health plans and insurers that provide MH/SUD and M/S benefits to prepare a comparative analysis of any nonquantitative treatment limits (NQTLs) that apply under the plan. As of February 10, 2021, plans are required to provide this analysis and supporting documentation if requested by the Department of Labor.

American Bar Association

$115

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Update on Current Supreme Court ERISA Developments and Fallout From Recent Decisions
Our distinguished speakers explain recent Supreme Court developments and matters awaiting decision. The panel will give special attention to the pending Northwestern University 401(k) fee litigation that has the potential to significantly impact ERISA litigation going forward, and revisit Rutledge v. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association , the Court’s most recent pronouncement on the scope of ERISA preemption. The impact of the Court’s decision in Thole v. US Bank will also be addressed, particularly with respect to how the decision has been applied in the health plan arena and areas other than its core standing ruling, such as class certification. The speakers will also address pending petitions for certiorari, and predict which cases may attract the Court’s attention in the months ahead.

American Bar Association

$115

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Best Practices for Building and Maintaining Your Legal Team
As so many aspects of our lives have changed forever, the permanent mark has been placed on the way employers acquire and maintain their employees. How have employers been finding their new employees and based on those experiences, what suggestions can be offered to their peers? In addition, our panelists will explore how corporate culture is/will be viewed going forward as well as strategies for training and promoting talent.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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The Ever Changing Face of Work: What to Expect Going Forward
One of the lasting effects of the pandemic will, of course, be the change in the way we work. As employers continue to bring employees back to the office, this panel discussion will look to provide some items to bear in mind, including what these permanent changes to the work environments have looked like, what has worked, and what to expect going forward.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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New Implications of Gathering, Storing, and Managing Employee Health Data
From OSHA to HIPAA, as we gain traction on returning to in-person work, governing bodies are clamoring to identify the legality of collecting and storing all this data. What can we use it for, and when is health data storage infringing on human rights? This session will deep dive into the impact the last year has had on health data and implications in how this data can legally be used moving forward.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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Ensuring Organizational Pay Equity: Lessons Learned
Forty-four states have enacted pay-equity laws since the Pay Equity Act of 1963, but despite the well-intentioned progress, we still have a long way to go to achieve laws that are effective for employees and feasible for companies to comply. In this powerhouse closing session, we will discuss how far we’ve come with pay equity law, as well as what we can do to truly reach sustainable pay equity in this country.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Labor & Employment Regulatory Update
The volatility of the last year has been felt especially hard for those in labor and employment. Navigating the tricky landscape of labor & employment regulations can feel especially challenging with a changing workplace. Listen to our panel of experts as they explore the ins and outs of labor & employment regulation in this informative session.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Working Caregivers: Addressing the COVID-19 Fallout on Working Women
The alarming statistics are being felt nationwide. The disproportionate fallout of Covid-19 continues to force women out of the workforce, away from promotions, and further down the pipeline for senior leadership positions. This timely session will examine what we can do to change the course of this devastating trend, how we can support our fellow female lawyers in the workplace, and what it will take to overcome this roadblock on the road to gender equity.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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