Don’t miss our annual Employment Law seminar! In these uncertain economic times, it is vitally important to understand the challenges facing businesses and their employees. Whether you represent employers or employees – or both – this seminar will provide the necessary tools to address your clients’ issues.
CAN'T ATTEND THE LIVE PROGRAM? JOIN IN BY WEBCAST!
If you are unable to attend this seminar in person, you also have the option of watching LIVE from your own computer! Live webcasting allows attorneys from all parts of the state to have access to quality speakers and programs without having to travel. Webcasts count as "live credits" just as if the viewer were in attendance at the seminar. Price for the webcast is $299 for early registration, and you will receive handout materials by download.
TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBCAST, just click “InReach Online Seminars” on the home page and then click “Live Webcast” and follow the on screen instructions.
Instruction on how to purchase a "Live Webcast"
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TO REGISTER FOR THE LIVE ON SITE SEMINAR, please select one of the registration options below. NOTE: These prices reflect an early registration discount that will expire 5 days before the seminar!
To pay by check, you may download and print the mail in registration form Mail your form and check to CLE Alabama, Box 870384, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0384.
To pay by credit charge, select one of the options below:
8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast Buffet
T. Dwight Sloan III
Attorney at Law
8:30 Title VII Update
John J. Coleman III
Burr & Forman LLP
C. Michael Quinn
Wiggins Childs Quinn & Pantazis PC
9:30 ADA – Overview and Update
Allen D. Arnold
Arendall & Arnold
10:25 Retaliation Claims
R. Scott Hetrick
Adams & Reese LLP
11:10 Effective Mediation
Watterson & Singer PC
11:55 Lunch On Your Own
J. Richard Carrigan
Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC
12:55 Observations from the Bench
Judge R. David Proctor
US District Court – Northern District of Alabama
1:40 Affordable Healthcare Update and Potential Pitfalls Ahead
Lehr Middlebrooks & Vreeland PC
2:50 Ethical Issues in Employment Law Cases
Alabama State Bar