This program covers employment agreement basics for business lawyers, including “at-will” vs. termination for “cause,” new Illinois laws on non-competes and non-solicits and the relationship to severance agreements, and practice tips.
This innovative program will help you better deal with numerous issues facing employment law practitioners. Topics include the annual case law update, Illinois and Chicago specific updates, wage and hour topics, Labor law and OSHA, and a walk through of employment investigations. We’ll have an interview with the EEOC over part of the lunch break. And attendees will have the chance to “stump the speakers” during a fast-paced Q&A session where no topic is off limits. This is your chance to get that crazy one-off question answered; so come prepared!
Designed for the Illinois attorney and those working in the legal environment, this program covers the key elements of harassment, the specifics of sexual harassment, employer liability and added management/partner responsibilities. Using several helpful hypotheticals, learn to recognize a hostile working environment by definition and examine anti-retaliation polices.
Now also available: City of Chicago Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Bystander Intervention!
-The Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Law Firms program meets the minimum standards for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training set by the State of Illinois. -This Bystander Intervention Training meets the minimum standards for one hour of bystander intervention training required under the Chicago Human Rights Ordinance.
What’s new and what areas should be on your radar for counseling businesses and individual employees. • Restrictive Covenants – Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation provisions • Sexual Harassment Training • Illinois Human Rights Act Amendments • Illinois Equal Pay Act Amendments • Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act • Chicago Anti-Retaliation Ordinance • Victims’ Economic Security & Safety Act (VESSA) • Local Paid Leave Laws & MORE
Remote or hybrid work is probably here to stay. Experienced attorneys (two in-house and one defense side) will discuss the issues you should consider if you have employees working remotely: policies, accommodation requests, home offices, wage & hour issues, expense reimbursement, and MORE.
Two experienced attorneys, one from the defense side, the other from the plaintiff side, will present an update on the most recent employment law decisions from the United States Supreme Court, 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, and other Illinois Courts. They will present their respective views on the significance of these decisions from both legal and practical standpoints.
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