The Amended Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act - Best Practices for Small Employers - Webcast

March 2016
The Amended Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act - Best Practices for Small Employers
In Partnership with the Colorado Bar Association Solo/Small Firm Section
Program Description
The Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act ("CADA") was recently amended to provide enhanced remedies for employees who experience discrimination. Unlike the federal anti-discrimination laws, CADA applies to employers of all sizes, including your firm. Do you know how to prevent and address complaints of discrimination within your firm?
Ms. Urban and Ms. Parady will cover the scope of CADA including the administrative exhaustion process; defenses; and damages, and will review best practices for all employers, both to prevent and address claims, including a discussion of real-life examples.
Meet Your Presenters
Sarah J. Parady, Esq., is a partner at Lowrey Parady, where she exclusively represents employees and civil rights plaintiffs. Ms. Parady received her JD from New York University School of Law, where she served as Executive Editor for the NYU Law Review and as a Hays Civil Liberties Fellow. After law school, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Carlos F. Lucero of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. She then received a Skadden Fellowship to build a foreclosure prevention program at Colorado Legal Services. Ms. Parady is the 2016 President of the Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association (PELA) and a member of the 2016 Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training (COBALT) class. She serves as a Director At Large for the Colorado Women's Bar Association is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Labor & Employment Section and Civil Rights Committee of the Colorado Bar Association, the Faculty of Federal Advocates, and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.  She presents frequently on employment law and civil rights topics to groups including PELA, the CTLA, and the CBA.
Danielle Urban, Esq., is a partner at Fisher & Phillips, where she has a national practice representing a wide range of employers. Her practice involves representation of employers in wrongful termination, employment discrimination and harassment, Title VII, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, False Claims Act, international employment issues, covenants not to compete, employee defection and trade secrets counseling and litigation, breach of employment agreements, and other employment disputes before courts and administrative agencies. Danielle has presented and written extensively about international employment laws, particularly employment in Canada and central and eastern Europe. She is a member of the American Bar Association Sections in International Law and Labor and Employment Law, the Labor & Employment Section of the Colorado Bar Association, the Faculty of Federal Advocates, and Colorado Women's Bar Association.

- Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act ("CADA") Recent Amendments
         Enhanced Remedies for Employees Who Experience Discrimination
         Application to Employers of All Sizes, Including Your Firm
         Preventing and Addressing Complaints of Discrimination Within Your Small Firm
- Scope of CADA, Including—
         Administrative Exhaustion Process
- Best Practices for All Employers to Prevent and Address Claims
- Discussion of Real-life Examples
Presented by Sarah Parady, Esq., Lowery Parady, LLC, and Danielle Urban, Esq., Fisher & Phillips LLP, Denver, CO
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Denver, CO
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Registration Fees
Non Member $79.00
CBA Member $59.00
New Lawyer Edge Member $29.50
CBA Solo Small Firm Section Member $29.00
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Start Date - End Date
March 14, 2016
Start Time - End Time
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Event Location
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