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Employment Litigation War Stories and How to Avoid Them

2021 Labor & Employment Law Breakfast Briefing Webinar Series


June 30, 2021
9:00 - 10:00 am EDT

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To listen to a recording of this webinar, click herePlease note that watching this recording from this site does not qualify for CLE.

In lieu of hosting our annual in-person conference this spring, Harter Secrest & Emery's Labor & Employment practice group is pleased to introduce the 2021 Labor and Employment Law Breakfast Briefing Webinar Series. Similar to the conference, this series will feature monthly webinar sessions that provide perspectives on how to drive business strategies while managing compliance obligations and risk.

Session V: Employment Litigation War Stories and How to Avoid Them

Many people ask about a lawyer’s trial experience. Trials are exciting and interesting, but a lawyer representing an employer should try to avoid trial.

In this session, Robert Weissflach, an experienced trial attorney, will tell interesting employment litigation “war stories,” which will lead into a discussion of what employers can do to avoid such protracted litigation.

Topics covered will include:

  • Harassment investigations
  • Documentation and record retention
  • Attorney-client privilege issues
  • Employee leaves
  • Reasonable accommodation

Professional Development Credits: This program has been submitted for Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and HR Certification Institute (HRCI) credit.

New York State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits: New York State CLE credit: 1.0 Professional Practice

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