Master Class: Labor and Employment Law Under the Trump Administration - Washington, DC

Events / January 25, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST

Washington, D.C.
January 25, 2017
The National Press Club
529 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20045

Please join us for BakerHostetler's “Labor and Employment Law Under the Trump Administration.” This daylong seminar is designed to offer all new high-level courses, hitting specific and practical headline issues that will be affecting employers of all sizes in all industries under the new administration. The program will provide insights into new policy regulations and legislation to prepare you to confront employee matters related to wage and hour, immigration, retirement plans, union organizing, health care, whistleblowers, workplace investigations and more.

Hosted by Program Co-Chairs Jay Krupin and Patrick Muldowney, the Master Class features a lineup of leading workplace lawyers who will present a valuable and tailored program that focuses on real employment issues, challenges, and opportunities for employers under the Trump Administration.

Who should attend?
  • General Counsel
  • Directors of Labor Relations
  • In-House Lawyers
  • Directors of Human Resources
  • C-Suite Executives
  • Business Owners

Event details:


Washington, D.C. - January 25, 2017
The National Press Club
529 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20045

  • 8:00 a.m. – Continental breakfast and registration
  • 8:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. – Program followed by a cocktail reception

Lunch will be provided for all attendees.

Space is limited for the Master Class, so please register as soon as possible to guarantee your space. On our registration site, you will find additional details about the locations, the session descriptions, and speakers.


Tailor your itinerary to what's most important to you. (Choose a total of six sessions.)

We have a lineup of leading workplace lawyers who will present a valuable and tailored program focusing on real employment issues, challenges, and opportunities. In 2017, we are offering the following courses:

  • Joint Employers – A New Normal With Unknown Consequences
  • Supreme Court: Sitting on the Precipice
  • Fixing Health Care: Foreseeable Changes and Employer Compliance
  • Income Inequality Initiatives: The Elephant in the Room
  • NLRB Issues for Nonunion Employers: Protected Activity for All
  • Collective Bargaining: 21st-Century Strategies for 20th-Century Negotiations
  • Wage and Hour Essentials – What Companies Need to Know to Avoid FLSA Violations
  • ADA and Disability Issues in the Workplace: How to Comply With Changing Rules
  • U.S. Immigration: Behind-the-Scenes Compliance with Developing Regulations and Shadow Rules
  • Whistleblowers and Workplace Investigations in the Age of No Secrets
  • Union Organizing: New Rules to Sway the Vote
  • Retirement Plans Under ERISA: Complex and Very Expensive

Click here to view session descriptions and additional information.

Should you have any questions or prefer to register by phone, please contact Lynmarie Lane at or 312.416.6297.

We look forward to having you join us for this premier event.


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