Nuts & Bolts of an Employment Termination Case | June 16, 2015

Nuts & Bolts of an Employment Termination Case

Tuesday, June 16, 2015
5:30-6 Reception
6-8:00 CLE
2 MCLE Credits
(Professional Practice)

Member $60 | Non-Member $100  | Law Student $10 | Non-Attorney $50
+$20 for payment received less than 24 hours before program

At-Will Employment: Judicial Decisions and Whistleblower Protections
Attendees will learn about at-will employment and the exceptions that exist to the rule that an employee may be terminated at any time. The discussion will focus mainly on the employee handbook and public policy exception to the doctrine and whistleblower protections.

Severance Agreements
Many employment terminations result in severance agreements. This discussion will cover severance agreement provisions and negotiating points to expect as well as the do’s and don’ts of a severance agreement.

Discrimination and Retaliation
In this segment, presenters will discuss the federal, state, and local laws that protect employees from discrimination and termination, and will help practitioners recognize viable discrimination and retaliation claims.

Termination of Unionized Employees in the Private Sector
This section will explore the common procedures available to a unionized employee including the process under a collective bargaining agreement, the associated “just cause” provisions, and the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and will provide guidance on how an attorney may assist a terminated unionized employee.

Hon. Katherine Levine
Brigette Renaud, Esq.
Joan C. Lenihan Esq.
Matt Porges Esq.
Jim Conigliaro Jr. Esq.

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