Webinar: From #MeToo to Marijuana and Everything in Between: An Update on US Employment Law in 2018
Squire Patton Boggs presents a webinar to provide an overview of the past year’s most significant labor and employment decisions and emerging areas of the law in the United States.
On 5 December 2018 at 4 p.m. GMT (5 p.m. CET, 11 a.m. EST, 8 a.m. PST) Jill Kirila, our US Labor & Employment Practice Group Leader, will highlight employment law court decisions and legislative and regulatory changes, as well as offer insight on forthcoming decisions and practical tips to help you manage your workplace.
Topics will include:
- Major judicial decisions, including noteworthy circuit court decisions and what the new composition of the Supreme Court could mean for businesses
- Recent legislation, including:
- Spending Bill for tipped workers
- Updates to immigration forms
- Predictive scheduling legislation
- Implications of state marijuana laws
- Paid sick leave, equal pay and minimum wage increases at state and local levels
- Executive-level developments at the Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and National Labor Relations Board
- Hot topics from 2018, including US Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids and #MeToo momentum and the resulting training requirements in various states
The webinar will be a 50-minute presentation, followed by a 10-minute online question and answer session.
Intended to help you manage labor and employment law risk across your international operations, the webinar will be of interest to both HR professionals and in-house counsel.
This webinar is part of our 2018 series focusing on the key labor and employment issues in countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the US.
- California Law Eliminates Email Reporting for Serious Workplace Accidents
- California Legislature Adopts Five Amendments to CCPA, But Largely Rejects Industry Efforts
- An Employer’s Bargaining Table Complaints as to Poor Business Conditions Is Not a Claim of Poverty Entitling a Union to Business Sensitive Information