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Checking the Rearview Mirror: 2018 Employment Law in Review

November 28, 2018

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Cat Burgett and Katie Collier will cover the most significant changes and cases that happened in the employment law arena in 2018, including LGBTQ protections under Title VII, Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements, FLSA exemptions, and accommodations under the ADA.

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Catherine F. Burgett

Catherine divides her time between a traditional labor practice and employment work. Her labor practice includes working with clients to improve labor relations and resolve labor disputes; creating and assisting with corporate campaigns and representation elections; helping companies stay union-free; handling unfair labor practice charges; representing companies through the labor arbitration process; and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Catherine’s employment practice includes employment litigation; wage and hour litigation; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation investigations and litigation; drafting and litigating employment contracts; creating and implementing corporate training programs; advising and assisting companies in negotiating the WARN Act; drafting and enforcing workplace policies; and serving as counsel on all aspects of employer-employee relations. Please click here to learn more about Catherine.

Katie M. Collier

Katie is an associate in the Labor and Employment and Immigration practice areas. She has experience in litigation matters involving claims of employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful discharge. Katie also advises clients on employment related issues, such as disciplinary matters, terminations, reasonable accommodations, non-competition agreements, FLSA exemptions, employee handbooks, and other personnel policies and concerns. Katie has experience in representing employers in immigration matters, including H-1B, TN, L, Blanket L, O-1, and E nonimmigrant visas and I-9 employment authorization compliance. Katie also has experience in ERISA and other benefits litigation. Please click here to learn more about Katie.

HRCI and SHRM credit pending approval

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