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Employment Law Bundle (6 General Credits, 1 CME Credit) updated

Date: 03/19/2020

Credit Hour(s)
General Credit – 6 Hours
Ethics Credit – 0 Hour
CME Credit – 1 Hour
NLS Credit – 0 Hour

Continuing Legal Education Bundle

When you purchase an Online CLE Bundle, you will receive a link to each individual program. The programs can be watched one-by-one; they do not all need to be watched at one time. Please note: program links are valid for 45 days following the purchase of the bundle.

Practice in the area of Labor & Employment?  We've pulled together a CLE package just for you.  This bundle includes the following online seminars.

  • Keep Calm We're Having a Baby: Maternity and Paternity Leave in Indiana (1 general)

Are you thinking about expanding your family, or is baby already on the way? If so, this program's for you! Tune in for a panel discussion where we explore how to request maternity and paternity leave. We are talking about what it’s like to work in an environment where both women and men are encouraged to take leave, and how to encourage your workplace to offer paid maternity and paternity leave. We also review the Family and Medical Leave Act and how it works with maternity and paternity leave, plus much more! Both men and women are invited and encouraged to tune in.

Tracy N. Betz, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP; David B. Honig, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC; Donald S. Smith, Riley Bennett & Egloff LLP; Heather L. Wilson, Frost Brown Todd LLC Moderator: Kelley J. Johnson, Wagner Reese LLP

  • Workplace Safety Issues (1 general)

This webinar covers what to expect as you return to work after a pandemic, such as COVID-19. We also touch on general safety issues, reasonable accommodation issues where an employee might not want to return to the workplace, and more.

Kimberly D. Jeselskis, Jeselskis Brinkerhoff and Joseph LLC

  • Workplace Problems and Solutions (3 general)

Communication problems. Bullying. Harassment. Discrimination. Gossip. These are just a few common workplace issues, and you should have a set of strategies ready to go when these problems arise.

Tune in to this special program for a review of hot button workplace issues from the perspective of in-house counsel and attorneys who advise employers. We hear the EEOC’s recommendations for minimizing incidents of harassment and how to implement solid procedures for preventing and responding to incidents. We also learn how in-house and outside counsel navigate common workplace issues across multiple states as well as what they are looking for in their relationships with outside employment and litigation counsel."

Brien Shoemaker, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Mark Clark, Finish Line; Susan Zoeller, Jackson Lewis PC; Travis Meek, Cummins; Greg Morical, Calumet Specialty Partners

  • Effective Strategies for Mediation of Employment Law Cases (1 general, 1 CME)

Mediation is critical to employment law practice. In employment law, litigation can be difficult and can be exhausting both economically and emotionally, so it's important to understand mediation as an effective dispute resolution tactic in the workplace.

This program features experienced mediators and a federal judge with whom labor and employment lawyers deal frequently. Tune in to get a grasp on employment mediation to learn about a mutually satisfying way of negotiating what are otherwise challenging employment disputes.

Hon. Debra McVicker Lynch, United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana; Kathy Campbell, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; John Van Winkle, Van Winkle Baten Dispute Resolution; Moderated by Jeffrey Macey, Macey Swanson LLP




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