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55 minutes
Navigating Novel Employment Issues: What You Need To Know In 2020
With the legal challenges seeming to grow by the week, we take a look at what you need to have on your radar; the protections you need in place today; best practices for responding to these employment issues, and what we can learn for future scenarios.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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60 minutes
Virtual Teams: Does Remote Working Have a Place in the Future of the Profession
No one could have anticipated that 2020 would be the year that the legal profession went virtual. In 2019, we talked as it this was 10 years away. Today, legal departments, law firms and courts all across the world have embraced and implemented these technologies and new working practices. This transformative shift for the legal profession has brought new opportunities and risks for General Counsel. The imposing risks have been quick to appear, but understanding the opportunities has been much more clouded. In this new digital age, how can you managing a remote workforce, continuing to drive productivity and inclusivity, over these new digital platforms?

General Counsel Conference

$65

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57 minutes
Employment Developments During COVID-19: Exploring Real Life Scenarios and Litigations in the Face of the Pandemic
We invite you to join Kasowitz employment litigation partners Mark W. Lerner and Jessica Taub Rosenberg, who have provided guidance to and fielded questions from numerous employers requiring strategic counseling and advice related to COVID-19 issues.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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92 minutes
Employee Well-Being: What Can and Can't Employers Ask?
Do you know when and how much medical information employers may ask of their employees? Or how much medical information employees need to disclose to their employers? Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) strictly limits the circumstances under which employers can ask employees for medical information or require them to take medical examinations. Get all the answers for your clients as well as your practice!

American Bar Association

$115

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70 minutes
Managing Management and Employment/Labor Issues in Bankruptcy
This session will examine the management's role in Section 363 Sales. The panel will discuss the role of management in Section 363 sales, labor issues, and an overview of Section 1113.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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59 minutes
How Legalized Marijuana Will Affect the Insurance Industry
This program will examine the risks for insurers, marijuana-related businesses and employers whose employees may use marijuana medically or recreationally.

Property Casualty 360

$65

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59 minutes
GCs as Leaders: Balancing the Needs of the CEO, Board & Corporation
This session will discuss how GCs are balancing the needs of the CEO and the Board to advise on strategic business initiatives that CEOs seek, while also managing complicated issues in the Boardroom, like crisis management and orchestrating mergers and buyouts, and protecting the Board’s decision-making processes to serve their fiduciary responsibility.

SuperConference

$65

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93 minutes
Harassment & Bullying Investigations: What to Know When Conducting Effective Investigations
The best way to protect your organization from being sued for a hostile work environment is to work swiftly and efficiently to investigate the claims. Numerous issues may arise in the course of an investigation of a workplace complaint, particularly a complaint about acts that might violate Title VII, ADA, ADEA, or other equal employment opportunity laws.

American Bar Association

$115

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