recording Legal Issues for Employers Under the Trump Administration

You Will Learn:

  • How employers should adjust their priorities in response to the new administration’s priorities
  • Employment related cases that are likely to go before the Supreme Court
  • New rules for federal contractors
  • Travel ban challenges for American businesses
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$269.00
 

President Donald Trump says he’s pro-business, but what does that mean for employers? Will the regulatory environment really be more favorable for business?

Get the answers to these questions and more in this information-packed webinar. During this up-to-the-minute program, our panel of industry experts will help you understand key issues that are likely to dominate the labor and employment law landscape in 2017.

 

Learning Objectives

In this timely webinar we’ll look at the expected administrative and regulatory employment environment under the Trump administration, including:

  • How employers should adjust their priorities in response to the new administration’s priorities
  • Employment related cases that are likely to go before the Supreme Court
  • New rules for federal contractors
  • Travel ban challenges for American businesses
  • Latest changes and updates for:
    • Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation Law
    • Leaves of Absence and Reasonable Accommodations
    • Wage and Hour Laws
    • Arbitration and Class Actions
    • Equal Pay Act

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Faculty

Allison L. Goico
Allison L. Goico
Partner

Allison's practice focuses on litigation and counseling with an emphasis on management-side (both private and public employers) employment discrimination, wage and hour, non-competes, and leave laws. She regularly appears before both state and federal courts as well as administrative agencies and has experience with arbitrations under collective bargaining agreements. Allison defends employers against charges filed with the EEOC and state and local fair employment agencies, and has experience defending cases brought by the EEOC as a litigant.

Elizabeth A. Simmons Callan
Elizabeth A. Simmons Callan
Partner

Libby Simmons is a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment Department and an acknowledged leader in the legal community. Having started her career as an assistant prosecuting attorney, Libby now concentrates on management side employment litigation in her practice. She also has deep experience in business counseling, working with clients on issues and claims brought under the ADA, Title VII and state discrimination statutes. While she enjoys working with all types of business, Libby has particular insight into the issues facing the hospitality industry. Outside of her practice, Libby is involved with organizations that focus on the welfare of youth in Cincinnati, such as Lighthouse Youth Services and the YWCA.

Katie P. Jacob
Katie P. Jacob
Associate

Katie Jacob is member of the Immigration Practice Group. She represents businesses, universities, families and individuals in a wide variety of immigration matters. Katie's experience includes handling all non-immigrant filings but not limited to H-1B, L-1, O-1, TN and E-2. She also is proficient in handling immigration filings including PERM Labor Certification (Special Handling for Colleges/Universities), National Interest Waiver Petitions, Extraordinary Ability Petitions, Outstanding Professor/Researcher Petitions, and Multi-National Manager/Executive Petitions.

Katie is actively developing a niche practice area for immigrant physicians including J-1 waivers, change of status petitions, and permanent residence options including Labor Certification and National Interest Waivers for service in medically underserved areas. Prior to joining the firm, Katie practiced in the Cincinnati office of Hammond Law Group, LLC.

Continuing Education Units

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    “The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.”

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