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Labor & Employment Federal Agency Check-In
CLE credits are only offered for live attendance and are complimentary.
Join us for a one-hour roundtable discussion, moderated by Pamela Wolf, at which a top-notch panel of legal experts will take webinar attendees through a “check-in” of notable developments at the three major labor and employment federal agencies—the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board. The roundtable will highlight:
Agency enforcement priorities
Today’s compliance landscape
Practical guidance on emerging compliance issues
Best practices to avoid common problems
Suzanne L. Martin
This program is currently pending approval of CEU from The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® . Registration requires a complete Name, Title, Organization, and a valid business Email Address.
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is pleased to partner with Above the Law for CLE accreditation.* Upon the conclusion of each webinar an informal certificate of completion will be issued by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Attendees will also receive an official certificate via email from Above the Law's third party CLE provider, Marino Law.
*CLE available for NY, NJ and CA. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance for CLE credit will be issued for all other states.
Brooke Colaizzi is a Member of Sherman & Howard’s Labor &
Employment Law Department. Brooke began her career with Sherman & Howard in
2003 and since that time has represented employers in all types of employment
matters. Brooke has litigated claims under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the
FMLA, and the FLSA, including significant experience with FLSA collective
actions and hybrid collective-class actions, as well as state-law contract and
tort claims before administrative agencies and in both federal and state court.
She counsels employers on all aspects of the employment relationship, including
contracts, workplace policies, employee relations, wage/hour issues, leave
laws, wellness programs, independent contractors, and covenants not to compete.
Brook was awarded 2013 Law Week Colorado‘s Barrister’s Best in Show: Best
Employment Lawyer, Defense.
Connie focuses her practice on whistleblower,
trade secrets, government contractors and employee mobility counseling and
litigation. She frequently conducts confidential internal investigations
involving executive-level employees, including alleged fraud, theft or misuse
of company data, trade secrets, sexual harassment and code of conduct
violations. She routinely counsels, investigates and litigates restrictive
covenant and trade secrets disputes between employers and former employees.
Connie has defended complex whistleblower, trade secrets and restrictive
covenant litigation across the United States, including claims brought under
Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd-Frank, the False Claims Act and other federal and state
employment and whistleblower provisions.
L. Martin’s practice encompasses the defense of employers against claims of
discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,
disability, age, national origin, etc. filed by employees with the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission, Nevada Equal Rights Commission and similar
administrative agencies. In addition, Ms. Martin represents employers in
state and federal court against claims of harassment, discrimination,
retaliation, wrongful termination, violation of the wage and hour laws, breach
of contract and restrictive covenant agreements and misappropriation of trade
secrets. Ms. Martin also performs compliance and preventative advice and
consultation to clients on a day-to-day basis regarding the hiring, discipline,
and termination of employees, employee complains of harassment and
discrimination and requests for leave.
Pamela Wolf is a senior employment law analyst for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. She has been with the company since 2005. Pamela tracks and analyzes employment law issues, including White House and federal agency developments, federal regulations, court decisions, state and federal legislation, and labor and employment trends. She is a contributing editor to Employment Law Daily and Corporate Counsel News-Trends and Developments. Pamela presents an annual review of labor and employment developments in What Are the Experts Saying (WATES) Webinars. Her publication credits also include Employment Practices Guide; EEOC Compliance Manual; Labor Law Reports: and the CCH Law, Explanation, and Analysis of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. As a practicing attorney, her experience includes employment and civil rights matters. Sexual harassment in the workplace is an issue that she has tracked and covered extensively.
Stephanie J. Peet is a Principal in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She regularly represents management in employment discrimination and wage and hour cases filed in both federal and state courts, as well as equal employment opportunity and labor relations matters pending before federal and state agencies. Ms. Peet also counsels employers on various employee relations matters such as Family and Medical Leave Act compliance, reductions in force, wage and hour compliance, hiring, discharge and disciplinary practices, drafting and enforcing employment agreements, including non-compete agreements and restrictive covenants, and creating employee relations policies and procedures.