2018 Labor, Employment, and Benefits Law Seminar Materials
TCHR: Saving the day

Thank you for attending our 2018 Labor, Employment, and Benefits Law Seminar, held on April 12, 2018. Below you will find materials from the sessions covering three tracks of programming. For more information on any of these topics, please feel free to reach out to the presenters listed here, or your Thompson Coburn attorney.

News from the Justice League: Supreme Court Review And Employment Law Changes

Presented by Rick Pautler and Susan Lorenc

X-Ray Vision: Defining and Addressing Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era

Presented by Laura Jordan and Susan Lorenc

Ripping the Mask Off: Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act; Preparing for DOL Audits and HHS Investigations

Presented by Lori Jones

To Infinity and Beyond the Border: Immigration Issues And Investigations / ICE Enforcement In The New Administration

Presented by Kelly Simon and Melinda Potmesil

Merciful Minerva! California, Illinois and Missouri Law Updates

Presented by John ViolaRyan Gehbauer, and Conor Neusel

Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: What HR Professionals Need to Know about Data Protection Under GDPR

Presented by Jason Schwent

Administrators Assemble! TPA Contracting Issues

Presented by Mike Lane and Rick Pautler

Caught Between Dimensions: The Interplay Between the ADA, The FMLA and Workers Compensation

Presented by Cliff GodinerTim Sarsfield, and Krissa Lubben

Is Your Shield Made of Vibranium? Lessons Learned from Claims, Audits and Litigation

Presented by Rick Pautler and Trish Winchell

It’s Morphin' Time! Latest Developments in the NLRA – What is Left Post-Obama and What to Do About Handbooks

Presented by Hope Abramov and Mike Duffee

The Lasso Of Truth: Investigating and Handling Harassment Complaints in the #MeToo Era

Presented by Chuck Poplstein and Tabitha Davisson

Truth, Justice, and the FLSA: FLSA and Independent Contractor Update Under Trump

Presented by Art Silbergeld and Nelson Williams

These materials are intended for information only and should not be considered legal advice for a particular situation. If you desire legal advice for a particular situation, you should consult an attorney.