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For the first time in the history of the Baird Holm Labor Law Forum, a selection of the presentations are now available for you to rent and view online. The webinar content includes information about labor, employment and benefits law as presented to an audience of more than 800 professionals on Thursday, May 5, 2016, at the 28th annual Baird Holm Labor Law Forum. 

The areas of law covered by these webinars change rapidly. We caution you that the information presented in these webinars is intended as general information only and should not be construed as legal advice as to any particular matter. CLE credit is not available for these webinars.

 

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**NEW**
It's Here! Navigating the New White Collar Overtime Rule 
Kelli P. Lieurance 
Webinar Description:
The U.S. Department of Labor has issued its Final Rule related to the White Collar Overtime Exemptions. In addition to increasing the minimum salary level to qualify for exemption status to $47,476 per year for most occupations, the Final Rule (amongst other provisions) also details how employers may be able to incorporate non-discretionary bonuses and incentive payments into that amount. This webinar will walk employers through the Final Rule, and provide insight on the short-term and long-term effects of the new provisions. Through scenarios and other practical illustrations, this session will also explore the options available to employers to lawfully reduce their overtime compensation exposure. 
 
Cost: $129.00

Key Employment Law Developments & Trends - Scott S. Moore 

Webinar Description:
With Congress and the administration in gridlock during an election year, the President is likely to increase the pace of executive orders and administrative rulemaking.  Nevertheless, courts have issued important setbacks to the administration's agenda.  This session will explore the likely focus of federal and state regulatory agencies, trends that have the greatest impact on the workplace, and what employers must do to protect themselves.

Cost:
 $49.00


Never Saw it Coming - Mark McQueen 
Webinar Description:
The most common employment law mistakes are those which employers are unaware of until it is too late.  This presentation includes chilling examples of how major liability sometimes results without employers even realizing there is a problem.  The discussion also includes the best strategies for avoiding these types of disasters.

Cost: $49.00


Employee Benefits Law Update - Gary N. Clatterbuck, Jeremy T. Christensen, Christopher R. Hedican 
Webinar Description:
Federal agencies (most notably the IRS) and the courts have continued to provide new guidance on a myriad of issues affecting employee benefits.  This session will discuss significant regulatory and case law developments in employee benefits law, including those regarding the Affordable Care Act, the IRS's rules for amending Section 401(k) safe harbor plans, and subrogation rights under ERISA after the Supreme Court's decision in Montanile v. Board of Trustees

Cost: $49.00


Employment Case Law Update - R.J. (Randy) Stevenson 
Webinar Description:
The U.S. Supreme Court issued several important decisions impacting employers, as did other federal and state courts.  This popular session will cover these decisions as well as other significant court decisions affecting employers. 

Cost: $49.00


Managing Reasonable Accommodation Requests - Scott P. Moore 
Webinar Description:
This session will include real world scenarios addressing how to manage reasonable accommodation requests, including whether an employer should have a written reasonable accommodation policy, who should be involved in analyzing the request, when medical information or an examination can be requested, what makes an accommodation unreasonable, and more.

Cost: $49.00


Lessons from Employment Related Messes That Go Public - David J. Kramer
Webinar Description:
Employee been arrested?  Work-related fatality?  Embezzlement?  Data Breach?  Things you hope you can keep quiet only get worse when you pick up the phone to find a reporter on the other end or a news crew shows up in your lobby.  This session will focus on steps employers can take to prepare for workplace crisis while providing strategies for situations that may necessitate public comment.

Cost: $49.00


 

 

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