Regina D. Poserina, Esq.Begleman & Orlow, Cherry Hill
2020 has been a year, unlike any other. Change is its only constant factor. We have changed the way we work, live, and socialize and more changes are certain. This annual conference reviews the most recent hot button issues in employment law and explores where we are trending. Our distinguished faculty discusses significant case law developments and will offer guidance about the Equal Pay Act, the False Claims Act, compensation, and arbitration, all in the context of these uncertain times. They will provide strategies and techniques you can use to resolve your cases in your client's favor. Register today to hear advice from some of New Jersey's labor and employment lawyers.
U.S. Supreme Court update:Bostock v. Clayton County (June 15, 2020) (application of Title VII to sexual orientation discrimination claims) Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru (July 8, 2020) (ministerial exception’s application to ADEA claim) - Richard M. Schall, Esq.; Bennet Zurofsky, Esq.
Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act’s application: Proper pleading of violation, retroactivity, and invocation of treble damages provision - Claudia A. Reis, Esq.; Kathleen Caminiti, Esq.
Primer on employee benefits and deferred compensation - Mariela Markelis Dybner, Esq.
Recent developments under the False Claims Act - Regina D. Poserina, Esq.
First Amendment rights of public employees - Eric L. Harrison, Esq.; Kajal Patel, Esq.
Enforceability of Employment Arbitration Agreements with class action waivers in the wake of Colon v. Strategic Delivery Solutions, LLC and Arafa v. Health Express Corp. - Andy Dwyer, Esq.; Ravi Sattiraju, Esq.
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