On Thursday, September 13 all Cozen O’Connor clients are invited to participate in “New York City in 2018: An Update on Labor and Employment Issues Affecting Employers.” The conference is filled with a robust schedule of leading attorneys discussing important topics and issues facing employers. Please see below for details including a full agenda and RSVP information, or click here.
An Update on Labor and Employment Issues Affecting Employers
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Breakfast/Registration: 8:00 -- 8:30 a.m. Seminar and Lunch: 8:30 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception: 5:00 -- 6:00 p.m.
Convene 780 Third Avenue Midtown East, Concourse Level 2 Hub Conference Room New York, NY 10017
Join Cozen O'Connor attorneys as we discuss hot labor and employment legal issues that in-house counsel, management, and HR professionals are facing in 2018.
Also featuring special speakers: Justin Mulaire, EEOC, New York District Office Richard Aborn, President, NYC Citizens Crime Commission
· Employer Investigations and Considerations in the #MeToo Era -- Susan Eisenberg and Justin Mulaire
· Restrictive Covenants in 2018: New Legislative Initiatives and Antitrust Enforcement --Jonathan Cavalier and David Reichenberg
· Trump Administration Part 1: Updates from the NLRB and OSHA -- Robert Hawkins and John Ho
· Managing Medical Issues with Employees: Medical Marijuana and Sick/Family Leave Laws --George Voegele and Sionne Rosenfeld
· Live From New York, It's A Whole New Slate of Employment Regulations -- Michael Schmidt
· Lunch Keynote Address: The Latest Cybersecurity Threats and Initiatives -- Richard Aborn
· Evolving Issues in Discrimination Law: LGBTQ, Equal Pay and More --Julie Trester and Jennifer Queliz
· Trump Administration Part 2: Latest Wage and Hour Trends -- David Barron and Jennifer Williams
· In-House Counsel/Human Resources Roundtable: What is Keeping Us Up At Night
· Dusting Off Your Docs: Considerations for Your Handbooks, Separation and Confidentiality Agreements, and More -- Debbie Friedman
· Trump Administration Part 3: Trending Immigration and Benefits Issues -- Jay Dorsch and Scott Bettridge