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ELE141208 Back to the Future: What to Expect in Labor & Employment Law...

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This product consists of all the seminar course materials for the 2014 CBA Labor and Employment Conference. Audio files are not available.  Once you have purchased the product, you will receive a link to download the documents.

Presented by the Labor and Employment Law Section


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About the Program:

This full-day conference addressed cutting-edge topics that lawyers in this field can expect to navigate over the next decade, with breakout sessions on such subjects as Developments with the Affordable Care Act & the Connecticut Health Exchange; Transgender Rights; Religious Discrimination & Bullying; Pregnancy, Disability and Reasonable Accommodations, and the latest decisions from the Connecticut and U.S. Supreme Courts.

Table of Contents

4          Agenda

8          Speaker Biographies

34        Current Issues in the Non-union Workplace

45        NLRB “The Non-Union Workplace”

52        Privacy and the Restatement of Employment

156      Affordable Care Act

215      Wage and Hour Developments

592      Transgender Rights and Accommodations

656      Trade Secrets: Data Security and Computer Forensics

675      Pregnancy, Disability and Reasonable Accommodation
850      Emerging Issues: Religious Discrimination and Bullying in the Workplace
861      United States and Connecticut Supreme Court Decisions

Program Chair

Gary Phelan, Mitchell and Sheahan PC, Stratford

April Arrasate, Curaleaf, Farmington
Melinda Brayton, Access Health CT, Hartford
Megan Y. Carannante
, Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford
Victoria Chavey,
Jackson Lewis PC, Hartford
T. Scott Cowperthwait
, Shipman & Goodwin LLP, Hartford
Joseph Garrison,
Garrison Levin-Epstein Richardson Fitzgerald & Pirotti PC, New Haven
Rachel L. Ginsburg,
Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford
Rachel Goldberg,
Stamford Urban Redevelopment Commission, Stamford
Joshua Goodbaum,
Garrison Levin-Epstein Richardson Fitzgerald & Pirrotti PC, New Haven
Joshua Hawks-Ladds
, Pullman & Comley LLC, Hartford

Richard Hayber, Hayber Law Firm LLC, Hartford
Mary Kelly, Livingston Adler Pulda Meiklejohn & Kelly PC, Hartford
Heidi Lane,
State of Connecticut, Department of Labor, Wethersfield
Robert Mitchell,
Mitchell & Sheahan PC, Stratford
Robert Noonan,
Robert Noonan & Associates, Middlefield
George O’Brien,
Littler Mendelson PC, New Haven
Gary Phelan,
Mitchell and Sheahan PC, Stratford
Emmanuel Psarakis,
Quinnipiac University School of Law, North Haven
David Rintoul,
Brown Paindiris & Scott LLP, Glastonbury
Michael Rose,
Rose Kallor LLP, Hartford
Steven Sheinberg,
General Counsel, Anti-Defamation League, New York, New York
Jessica Slippen,
Mitchell & Sheahan PC, Stratford
Charles Stohler,
Carmody Torrance Sandak Hennessey LLP, Waterbury
Giovanna Weller,
Carmody Torrance Sandak Hennessey LLP, New Haven