With the gig economy picking up momentum, the evolution of the #MeToo movement, unemployment getting even lower, and legislative bodies becoming more active, the timing couldn’t be better to brush up on Labor and Employment laws and recent judicial pronouncements.
This seminar will examine developments in labor law, health & welfare benefits, wage & hour, and immigration law. We will cover issues surrounding discrimination, LGBT requirements, the hiring process, non-competes, and legal ethics. This year’s program will also offer a peek inside the life of a Plaintiff’s attorney and a discussion on how to prepare for an economic downturn.
Join us for a two-day conference on the latest Labor and Employment law trends and updates, presented by some of Georgia’s top practitioners in the field.
SGR Counsel, Amy Heppner, will be presenting
Health and Welfare Benefits
Mental health parity under ERISA; recent DOL audits; the interplay between mental health parity and the ADA
For more information or to register to attend, click here.