Hot Topics in Employment Litigation - Managing High-profile Cases, Implicit Bias & Other Challenges Out of Stock
Hot Topics in Employment Litigation - Managing High-profile Cases, Implicit Bias & Other Challenges
- University of Colorado and University of Denver: Our Employment Law Issues and What We Look for When Hiring Outside Counsel
- Predicting Key 2017 U.S. Supreme Court Employment Law Decisions Now That ____ Won the Presidential Election
- ETHICS: Speaking to Former Supervisors and Other Common Ethical Issues in Employment Cases
- Implicit Bias in the Courtroom and on Juries in Employment Law Cases
- Unique Pretrial Motions in Employment Law Litigation
- ETHICS: Work/Life Balance
- EEOC: Settlement Agreements and Updates to the National Origin Discrimination and Retaliation Guidance
Featuring a Panel Presentation on Managing High-profile Cases in the Press with
Shaun Boyd, CBS4, Jeremy Jojola, NBC 9News, Julie Hayden, Fox31, Molly Hendrickson, ABC Denver7, Moderated by Siddhartha Rathod, Esq., Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC
In December, it will be cold outside, so you will want to attend this program where the topics are hot, hot, hot! Whether it’s seeking outside counsel, pretrial motions that are unique to employment law cases, or the latest updates to the National Origin Discrimination and Retaliation Guidance, the CLE classroom is heating up on December 2 to give you the latest information on employment litigation.
We will also know by December who will lead our nation as President of the United States. Who becomes POTUS will have a great influence on the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice and the future of Supreme Court jurisprudence. Listen to this insightful discussion on predictions of key U.S. Supreme Court employment law decisions once our new President has been elected.
The practice of law has never been busier. Listen to Jay Tiftickjian’s insights to get some sanity from the myriad of demands that practicing law makes on us. One of these many demands is implicit bias in the courtroom and on your juries. Join the discussion on how to overcome these prejudices in your employment law cases.
A highlight of the day will be the panel presentation on managing high-profile cases in the press! Join reporters from all of the major networks, who will give you the information you need to have when you get a case that’s in the news.
Register now for this one-of-a-kind program!
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introduction
Qusair Mohamedbhai, Esq., Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC
University of Colorado and University of Denver: Our Employment Law Issues and What We Look for When Hiring Outside Counsel
Presented by Patrick O’Rourke, Esq., University Counsel, University of Colorado, and Paul Chan, Esq., General Counsel, University of Denver
Predicting Key 2017 U.S. Supreme Court Employment Law Decisions Now That ____ Won the Presidential Election
Presented by Gillian M. Bidgood, Esq., Polsinelli PC, and Whitney Traylor, Esq., Traylor Law Group, LLC
Ethics: Speaking to Former Supervisors and Other Common Ethical Issues in Employment Cases
Presented by Faisal Salahuddin, Esq., Frank & Salahuddin LLC, and Daniel Combs, Esq., Campbell Litigation, P.C.
Pick up Lunch (Included in Your Tuition)
12:00pm LUNCH TIME PRESENTATION
Managing High-profile Cases in the Press
- Shaun Boyd, CBS4
- Jeremy Jojola, NBC 9News
- Julie Hayden, Fox31
- Molly Hendrickson, ABC Denver7
Moderated by Siddhartha Rathod, Esq., Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC
Implicit Bias in the Courtroom and on Juries in Employment Law Cases
Presented by Melissa Hart, Director of the Byron R. White Center, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO, and Arash Jahanian, Esq., Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC
Unique Pretrial Motions in Employment Law Litigation
Presented by Jennifer C. Robinson, Esq., Robinson & Associates Law Office, and Elizabeth I. Kiovsky, Esq., Kiovsky & DuWaldt LLC
Ethics: Work/Life Balance for the Employment Attorney; Managing the Many Demands Both Work and Life Makes on Us
Presented by Jay M. Tiftickjian, Esq., Tiftickjian Law Firm, P.C.
EEOC: Settlement Agreements and Updates to the National Origin Discrimination and Retaliation Guidance
Presented by Iris Halpern, Esq., EEOC Senior Trial Attorney, and Jennifer L. Gokenbach, Esq., Gokenbach Law, LLC
- Standard Price $349.00 USD
- Member Price $309.00 USD
- General Credits 8.00
- Ethics Credits 2.00
- EDI Credits