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Employment & Severance Agreements: What Both Employment & ERISA Attorneys Need to Know

The design, implementation and modification of employment and separation agreements often implicate issues under tax and employment laws. In reviewing these contracts, ERISA attorneys may encounter unfamiliar employment issues, and employment lawyers may be faced with ERISA concepts outside of their regular practice. More

Original Recording Date: 4/4/2013

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  • $118.00
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ERISA Regulatory Update 2013

In this program you will hear perspectives from a panel of distinguished attorneys on recent regulatory developments affecting sponsors, administrators, and investment managers of employee benefit plans subject to ERISA. More

Original Recording Date: 10/10/2013
CLE Credits (60): 1.67 Total

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Employee Whistleblower Claims - Recent Developments 2014

The legal landscape governing whistleblower claims has changed dramatically in recent years. For example, the Dodd- Frank Act alone created three new anti-retaliation causes of action; while the Affordable Care Act added another. The current Department of Labor Administrative Review Board has given an extremely broad reading to the federal whistleblower statutes within its purview, while the Supreme Court expanded exponentially the reach of Sarbanes-Oxley in Lawson v. More

Original Recording Date: 10/15/2014

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Employee Dismissals: Avoiding the Pitfalls

This program will cover numerous legal issues and challenges that arise when an employee is to be dismissed. The panel will discuss each topic, providing the management-side perspective, the employee-side perspective and the view from the bench. Topics to be addressed include: best practices for the termination process; tips and strategic considerations for drafting effective releases and severance agreements; enforcement of non-competes and other post-employment obligations; and the various causes of action terminated employees may consider or assert, with a particular emphasis on recent developments in wrongful termination law. More

Original Recording Date: 11/12/2014

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Recent Developments & Updated in the Practice of Disabilities Law

The program will focus on recent legal developments in education, labor, civil rights and accessibility, mental illness, and employment as they relate to people with disabilities. Presenters will include litigators who argued some of the cases that will be discussed as well as lawyers who are expert in their fields. More

Original Recording Date: 5/12/2014

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  • $177.00
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Immigration Remedies Available Now: Are You Prepared?

This CLE will provide a practical introduction to the anticipated passage of the new comprehensive immigration reform bill. Through a series of panels of experienced immigration practitioners, the CLE will highlight the bill’s major changes to the current immigration system, and then provide in-depth analysis of several of the bill’s key components, including Registered Provisional Immigrant status, new visa options, heightened worksite enforcement, and changes to the family-based immigration categories. More

Original Recording Date: 10/29/2013
Skills (60): 3.0

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Say On Pay 2013: Planning & Tactics

With universal say on pay votes now a familiar part of the annual meeting/compensation calendar, companies are internalizing the lessons of the past few years, analyzing recent developments, and planning for 2013. Our experienced panel of practitioners – from the institutional investor, proxy advisory, compensation consulting and corporate governance fields – will share their perspectives and real-world experiences as they look at: best and emerging practices for CD & A’s; why peer group selection became a hot topic during 2012 and what companies should be taking into account when planning their peer groups for 2013; the metrics and screens that institutional investors and proxy advisory services used in determining the link between pay and performance in 2012 and possible changes for 2013; how smaller reporting companies should prepare themselves for their first time, now that their two-year exemption has expired; how say on pay is fostering increased dialog between companies and their investors; and whether say on pay continues on track to turn into “pay as I say” as some companies feel increasingly forced to craft compensation policies and practices that “toe the line” set by proxy advisory firms. Program Chair: Kenneth P. More

Original Recording Date: 1/15/2013

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  • $177.00