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94 minutes
Key Considerations for Successful Remote Plan Governance
This panel will address these questions and provide key considerations and insights for plan sponsors, administrators and service providers looking to implement effective and flexible systems of remote plan governance.

American Bar Association

$115

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93 minutes
Domestic Violence: A Primer on Accommodations and Discrimination in the Workplace
This panel will address the workplace impact of violence and strategies to assist victims of crime and survivors.

American Bar Association

$115

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65 minutes
Well-Being in the Legal Workplace in the Face of COVID-19
This seminar looks at the potential change in the work environment and what practitioners and employers can do to adapt to the "new" normal.

American Bar Association

$75

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94 minutes
M&A Transactions: Employee Benefits Traps for the Unwary
Take a tour of a wide variety of employee benefits topics, including pension and 401k plan due diligence issues, notice and disclosure requirements, PBGC Early Warning Program negotiations, plan design issues, and allocation of responsibilities for COBRA health coverage. Find out about the strategies to follow and the pitfalls to avoid when these issues arise in the M&A context.

American Bar Association

$115

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64 minutes
Janus Revisited: A Discussion of the Far-Reaching Implications for Public Sector - and Perhaps Even Private Sector - Unions and Employers
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the ramifications of the 2018 decision in Janus that undid 41 years of precedent in ruling that "fair share" clauses in public sector union contracts violate non-member payers' First Amendment Constitutional rights.

American Bar Association

$75

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91 minutes
The Americans with Disabilities Act: What You Need to Know Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
During a pandemic, a host of issues can arise that implicate the ADA. Screening job applicants for COVID symptoms, asking questions about whether an employee is at a higher risk of severe symptoms if he gets COVID due to an underlying medical condition, and addressing reasonable accommodation and undue hardship during the pandemic and its associated business challenges, can all raise questions under the ADA and other EEO laws.

American Bar Association

$115

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60 minutes
From Evaluation to Onboarding: How to Manage Technology Changes in Your Firm
This session will provide a cursory overview of security and privacy concerns lawyers should consider before evaluating a new technology for their practice. Then, speakers will discuss choosing a technology. Specifically, whether a firm should build their own, buy off the shelf, or consider an open-source solution.

American Bar Association

$75

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95 minutes
Turbulent Times for Health and Welfare Benefits: COVID-19, Mental Health Parity, State Laws, and More
It used to just be ERISA. And then came COBRA. And HIPAA. And a whole lot more after that, including some state and local rules that ERISA might have been thought to preempt. Such is the increasingly complicated regulatory regime applicable to health and welfare benefits that you blink and the whole landscape seems to have changed. Add an unprecedented pandemic, and you end up with turbulent times indeed.

American Bar Association

$115

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68 minutes
Bostock v. Clayton County: Historical Perspectives and Implications for Employment Rights and Responsibilities
The Supreme Court's landmark decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia interprets Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination in the workplace on the basis of an employee's LGBTQ status.

American Bar Association

$75

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