Changing Currents in Employment Law 2018: Recent Trends and Developments *In-Person at the D.C. Bar*
October 30 - 31, 2018
Credit: 3.0 Credit Hours
yearly class provides an update on cutting-edge issues and the changing nature
of employment law. Leading employment practitioners from both sides of the
aisle will explain the law and give practice pointers on how cases are
litigated and issues are dealt with in federal and state courts. This
year’s panels include:
After Digital Realty
How, if at all, the advice given from employee and employer side
attorneys has changed since the Supreme Court’s decision in Digital
Realty. Faculty: Andrew Adelman,
Correia & Puth, PLLC; Michael J. Murphy, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak &
of Experts in Employment Cases
Considerations in selecting what type of
experts to retain, including practical tips and pitfalls. Faculty: Susan E. Huhta, Outten & Golden LLP; David Greenspan,
Trends in EEOC/MSPB Jurisprudence
Newest trends and insider tips for practitioners representing clients
in administrative hearings before the EEOC and MSPB. Faculty: Kenneth Bledsoe, U.S. Small Business Administration; Sarah
Martin, Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C.
off the Presses: Changes to Wage and Hour Laws in 2018
Changes to the tip pool and tip arrangement provisions of the newest
omnibus spending bill, as well as other wage and hour law developments. Faculty: Paul DeCamp, Epstein Becker
and Green, P.C.; Phil Zipin, Zipin Amster & Greenberg LLC
the #MeToo Movement Is Changing the Workplace
How the #MeToo Movement has changed the way
lawyers advise their clients on how best to raise or investigate concerns of
sexual harassment. Faculty: Carla
Brown, Charlson Bredehoft Cohen & Brown, P.C.; Susan Wiltsie, Hunton
Andrews Kurth LLP
Faculty Chair and Moderator: R. Scott Oswald, The Employment Law Group P.C. Fee:
$89 D.C. Bar Community Members $99 D.C. Bar Members; $109 Government Attorneys; $129 Others
Andrew Adelman, Correia & Puth, PLLC
David Greenspan, McGuireWoods LLP
Kenneth Bledsoe, U.S. Small Business Administration
Michael Murphy, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Paul DeCamp, Epstein Becker and Green, P.C.
Philip Zipin, Zipin Amster & Greenberg LLC
R. Scott Oswald, The Employment Law Group P.C.
Carla Brown, Charlson Bredehoft Cohen & Brown, P.C.
Sarah Martin, Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C.
Susan Huhta, Outten & Golden LLP
Susan Wiltsie, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP