Employment Law How-To Hot Topics! - Replay Grand Junction

April 2018
 
Employment Law Spring Update - Employment Law How-To – Hot Topics!
 
 
Co-sponsored by the Labor & Employment Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association
 
 
Program Description:
 
Don’t miss this special Spring Update that is packed full of practical advice on “how to” stay ahead of some of the hottest topics in employment law today –
 
Begin the day by finding out about the top 10 things to look for in settlement negotiations, followed by a thought-provoking panel discussion of cultural competence and implicit bias. End the morning with an analysis of the controversial Masterpiece Cakeshop case that is before the United States Supreme Court, as well as other pending Constitutional law cases.
 
As labor and employment law attorneys, we have all watched workplace investigations go awry. Learn from some of the best in the business how to properly manage an investigation, as well as a presentation on how drug testing in the workplace is affecting employers and employees.
 
Your day will end by watching two highly talented litigators let you in on their secrets on how they prepare for trial.
 
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Agenda:
 
8:30am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
9:00am
Welcome and Introduction
Jon Olafson, Esq., and Clayton Wire, Esq.
 
9:10am
How to Settle a Case
Top 10 Things to Look for in Settlement Negotiations
Presented by the Honorable Magistrate Michael Hegarty, Mari Newman, Esq., and Bill Berger, Esq.
 
10:10am
Networking Break
 
10:20am
How to be More Culturally Competent
Cultural Competence; Implicit Bias; Diversity/Inclusiveness/Belonging; Alphabet Soup
Presented by Arash Jahanian, Esq., S. Kato Crews, Esq., and Maria DeHowitt, JD, Investigator
 
11:20am
How to Get Up to Speed on the Latest Constitutional Law Cases
The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case and the Intersection of the First Amendment and State Civil Rights; 1983; Civil Rights
Presented by Paula Greisen, Esq., and John Lou Michels, Esq.
 
12:20pm
Lunch on Your Own
 
1:30pm
How to Properly Manage a Workplace Investigation
Complainant’s Perspective Presented by Lisa Sahli, Esq.
Employer’s Perspective Presented by Amy Miletich Esq.
Workplace Investigator Perspective Presented by Marianne Hallinan Lindenbaum, Senior Investigator
 
2:30pm
How Drug Testing in the Workplace is Affecting Employers and Employees
Presented by Brad Williams, Esq., Holland & Hart LLP
 
3:20pm
Networking Break
 
3:30pm
How to Prepare for Trial: Improv for Attorneys
The Secrets of Trial Preparation from Winning Litigators
Presented by Adam Frank, Esq., and Ed Aro, Esq.
 
4:30pm
Adjourn  
Location Information
Law Office of Baird B Brown PC
1250 E Sherwood Dr
Grand Junction, CO
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Registration Fees
CBA Member $369.00
CLEACCESSPASS---ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
Non Member $399.00
  • General Credits: 7.00
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Start Date - End Date
May 10, 2018
Start Time - End Time
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Event Location
Law Office of Baird B Brown PC
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How to Get Up to Speed on the Latest Constitutional Law Cases
The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case and the Intersection of the First Amendment and State Civil Rights; 1983; Civil Rights
 
How to Properly Manage a Workplace Investigation
 
How Drug Testing in the Workplace is Affecting Employers and Employees