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7th Annual Local Government Law Institute (2019)

P9017-19U
The Local Government Law Institute offers more than 6 hours of updates and information on crucial issues for lawyers who work with and for units of local government.
From $330.00

Furloughs, Layoffs, RIFs, and WARN

P9003-20E-04
Many employers are addressing whether to reduce the amount of work and headcount of their workforce. When the COVID-19 pandemic is over, employers who acted without carefully evaluating their options and decisions in how they reduced hours and positions, as well as how the decisions were communicated to employees, could face years of legal challenges on top of economic issues. Our panel discusses ways to reduce your legal exposure in these unprecedented times. Topics include:What is a furlough, and what are ways to implement one or more? What are alternatives to reductions in force? What are the types of separations that trigger federal and state WARN, and what are the potential penalties? What should be in a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) notice? COVID-19 and the “unforeseeable business circumstance” provision of WARN. Can an employer do something post-furlough besides a RIF if revenue hasn’t resumed? Severance and release agreement best practices
$80.00

ISERRA- Illinois Service Member Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (330 ILCS 61)

P1817-18Z
Drafted in response to increasing complaints from members of the Illinois National Guard and Reserve regarding employment and reemployment rights, ISERRA passed the General Assembly unanimously and the Governor signed the bill into law effective January 1, 2019. Learn the goals, benefits, and enforcement techniques available under this law.
$59.00

NLRB Update 2020

P9003-20E-06
The COVID-19 outbreak rendered many workplaces dormant, but frontline workers in the grocery, delivery, and medical fields have felt the effects of the massive influx in demand for their services caused by the pandemic. There have been employee protests, threats to strike or sick-out, demands for hazard pay and enhanced workplace safety measures. This program addresses both unionized and non-unionized workforces and shifts in bargaining power and the rise in union organizing. What does all this mean with a National Labor Relations Board under the Trump administration that prior to COVID-19 was issuing more employer-friendly decisions?
$60.00

Occupational Disease Cases

P9001-19E-03
Learn how to prove and defend occupational disease cases using the Act's statutory presumptions, including the rebuttable presumption (which is applicable in cases involving firefighters). Understand special rules relating to statutes of limitations. Get practice tips about proving and defending exposure and medical causation.
$80.00
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