2022 Recent Developments in Employment Law Featured Event
This advanced level seminar will begin with a presentation discussing the status and details of the South Carolina Compassionate Care Act and other considerations related to medical marijuana in the workplace. The seminar will also address the Fair Credit Reporting Act’s requirements for employer use of employee personal information, as well as an employee’s rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Topics during this presentation will include permissible use of personal identifying information, notice requirements, and policy recommendations.
The seminar will also include an ethics presentation which will discuss how lawyers protect the confidentiality of client information that is stored and transmitted electronically and what lawyers must do, specifically, to comply with the South Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct in terms of technology and confidential client information.
Other presentations during the seminar will address legal issues arising out of the “Great Resignation”, specifically issues employers are facing involving hiring, performance management, and employee retention and how to advise employers regarding these issues. In addition, this topic will include a discussion of unconscious bias and micro-aggressions and how these issues can impact an employer’s ability to attract and retain top talent while not exposing employer’s to liability. The seminar will conclude with a discussion on Title IX and its impact on traditional employment-law cases.
Takeaways from the seminar include:
- An understanding of the current status of the legalization of medical marijuana in SC and considerations for employers in regulating marijuana in the workplace;
- An understanding of employee’s rights under the Fair Credit Report Act;
- How to protect client confidential information that is stored and transmitted electronically;
- How to advise employers concerning legal issues resulting from the Great Resignation; and
understanding of Title IX and its interplay with employment-law
**Lunch Provide and Reception Immediately Following Seminar
This is an intermediate to advanced level seminar.
This program qualifies for 5.75 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 LEPR credit hours and 4.75 ELL specialization credit hours.
SC Supreme Commission on CLE Course #: 226792
Attendees can register to attend in person at the SC Bar Conference Center in Columbia, at a site in Greenville or at a site in Charleston. All 3 sites count as "in-person" MCLE hours. Please make your selection during the registration process.
Columbia-SC Bar Conference Center, 1501 Park Street
Charleston- Charleston School of Law, 81 Mary Street, Room M102
Greenville- The Olgetree Building, 300 North Main Street, Haynsworth Conference Room
81 Mary St. Charleston SC 29403 Room M102
1501 Park St. Columbia, SC 29201
300 N Main St #500, Greenville, SC 29601
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SC Bar Conference Center
1501 Park Street
Columbia, SC 29201-2730