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Master Class - Labor Relations and Employment: Meeting Today's Challenges - Philadelphia

Events / Tuesday, February 26, 2019
8 a.m. – Continental breakfast and registration
8:45 a.m. - 4 p.m. – Program, followed by a cocktail reception

Philadelphia
February 26, 2019
Convene
2929 Arch Street
University City
Mezzanine Level
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Please join us for BakerHostetler's “Labor Relations and Employment: Meeting Today’s Challenges” Master Class. 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.

Tailor your itinerary to what's most important to you. Sessions offered:
  • Artificial Intelligence: Labor Considerations
  • The NLRB in the Age of Trump
  • Wage and Hour: The Changing Landscape
  • "Me Too" Status: Claims, Investigations, Retaliations, Litigation
  • Union Organizing Through Social Justice Campaigns
  • Gig Workers, Joint Employment and the New Economy
  • Immigration Primer for Employers Under the ‘America First’ Doctrine
  • Executive Employment Contracts: Devil in the Details
  • Employee Benefits Plans: An Epic Political Standoff Looms
  • Trends in Collective Bargaining
  • Purchases and Sales: Labor Relations Essentials
  • Contesting and Negotiating Neutrality Agreements

Click here to view more information on the sessions offered

Who should attend?
  • General Counsel
  • Directors of Labor Relations
  • In-House Lawyers
  • Directors of Human Resources
  • C-Suite Executives
  • Business Owners
Event details:
  • 8 a.m. – Continental breakfast and registration
  • 8:45 a.m. - 4 p.m. – Program, followed by a cocktail reception

Lunch will be provided for all attendees.

Seating 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, sessions and speakers.

Register Today >>

CLE credit is pending. HRCI and SHRM credit are available.

The Master Class is also offered in the following cities:

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

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

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