SAVE THE DATE! | October 5-7, 2017
 
Employment Law Tips and Tricks | Case Law Update | ETHICS: When Good Lawyers Do Bad Things
Privacy and Data Protection | Cybersecurity, Ransomware and Hacking: What to Do When You Get Breached


5 PLENARY SESSIONS


•  Employment Law Tips and Tricks from the Bench’s Perspective
•  Case Law Update with Joan Bechtold and Bill Berger
•  ETHICS: When Good Lawyers Do Bad Things
•  Privacy and Data Protection – What You Need to Know
•  Cybersecurity, Ransomware and Hacking: What to Do When You Get Breached


4 TRACKS TO CHOOSE FROM!

NEW LAWYERS BOOTCAMP TRACK

A Morning of Checklists and Cheat Sheets

IN-HOUSE COUNSEL AND HUMAN RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS TRACK

The Unique Relationship Between In-House Counsel and Law Firm Attorneys

Practical Tips from Plaintiff’s Counsel: Top 10 Mistakes In-House Counsel Make

How to Use the Power of ESI to Tell a Story

The Latest in Workplace Investigations

INCLUSIVENESS TRACK

Ageist Stereotyping

ETHICS: Implicit Bias in the Employment Law Context

Title VII Update on Inclusiveness

THE BLURRING LINES IN THE WORKPLACE

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding in the Workplace: Litigation, Accommodations, and Advising Your Clients

Federal Wage and Hour Issues, Including the 24-hour Employee

Expectations of Privacy in the Physical and Digital Workplace



This year, the CBA-CLE Employment Law Conference goes to the mountains!
This is the perfect chance to spend a fall weekend in Vail. This year’s program has many topics of interest to you, whether you represent plaintiffs or defendants, whether you are in-house counsel or are with a law firm, whether you are a human resource professional or conduct workplace investigations.

Your Program Co-Chairs, Jon Olafson of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP and Clayton Wire of Ogborn Mihm, LLP have put together a spectacular event where you will have the opportunity to see old friends, make new connections, and learn what’s new in the employment law world.

Among the many hot topics available to you in the 5 plenary sessions and 4 tracks are: Cybersecurity, Ransomware and Hacking: What to Do When You Get Breached; The Latest in Workplace Investigations; Implicit Bias in the Employment Law Context; Expectations of Privacy in the Physical and Digital Workplace … and so much more!

 United States Magistrate Judge Michael Hegarty will be your “Judge in Residence” – present throughout the Conference to answer any questions you have about the state of employment law today from the perspective of the court. And don’t miss the Featured Presentation featuring the Honorable Mary Beth Long, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense All of this in the idyllic setting of Vail in autumn. Register Now!