2021 Recent Developments in Employment & Labor Law Out of Stock
Join your colleagues in the SC Bar Employment and Labor Law Section for our annual Spring employment law update seminar. This program is specifically designed to provide intermediate to advanced level coverage of trending issues affecting your practice and is taught by experienced practitioners from around the state. Besides current and in-depth analysis of employment issues including business immigration, benefits, unemployment, employee privacy, family leave, and labor issues, we are especially honored to offer an important and challenging presentation by Bakari Sellers regarding his reflections on today's racial climate in society and employment.
Business Immigration Considerations in Global Pandemic Times
Melissa Azallion Kenny, Burr Forman, LLP
Hot Button Employee Benefits Issues in Light of Recent Federal Legislation
· New developments for cafeteria plans
· IRS guidance regarding partial plan terminations
· New opportunities to assist employees with student loans on a tax-favored basis
· Legislative developments to consider and document for retirement plan loans and distributions
· COBRA Continuation Coverage
· State tax reporting and withholding issues for telecommuting employees
Jim Rourke, Nexsen Pruet, LLC
Employee Privacy Rights: What is Protected and What is Not
Kathleen McDaniel, Burnett Shutt & McDaniel
Francie Kleckley, Burnett Shutt & McDaniel
An Overview of Paid Family Leave: Comparing Current Federal and State Legislation with South Carolina’s Pending Bills
Lucy Sanders, Bloodgood & Sanders, LLC
Unemployment in the Time of COVID-19: One Year Later
Todd Timmons, Chief Legal Officer, SC DEW
Brian Nottingham, Director of Labor Market Information, SC DEW
A Discussion with Bakari Sellers: Memoirs, Life Experiences, and Reflections on Today’s Racial Climate in Society and Employment. Moderated by the Honorable DeAndrea G. Benjamin
Bakari Sellers, Strom Law Firm
Labor Law Update, Review, and Forecast - Mid-Year 2021
· This session will cover the most recent information on pending legislation that could impact federal labor laws, changes in the rules, regulations, and guidance from the NLRB, an update on relevant administrative and court decisions, and a discussion of practical pointers for the traditional labor law practitioner.
Michael Carrouth, Fisher & Phillips, LLP
Benjamin P. Glass, Ogletree Deakins
Mandatory MCLE Credit Hours
This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 6.0 Employment and Labor Law Specialization credit hours.
This seminar is a Intermediate to Advanced Level Program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 224840ADO.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2023, please use this course code: 232089ADO.