The course description for this program is currently not available. Please visit our website at a later time to check again. Pending credits: 1.0 CA Elimination of Bias CLE; 1.2 NJ Diversity, Inclusion & Elimination […]
In the last several years, the U.S. Antitrust Agencies—the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission—have been intensifying their focus on the competitiveness of how firms hire, retain, and compensate their employees. In particular, the […]
In recent years, employers increasingly have embraced artificial intelligence (AI) as a way to streamline and standardize employment processes and decision-making, particularly with the use of AI in the hiring process. This move to adopt […]
Managing employee FMLA leave requests can be challenging for any employer, particularly when employees work remotely. Add to the complexity is the reality that well-intended supervisors sometimes offer employees flexibility, without understanding when the leave […]
This webinar covers some of the more salient privilege and ethical issues that in house counsel should consider when it comes to investigations by in house counsel: Factors to consider in deciding whether an investigation […]
As recreational and medicinal marijuana use becomes more commonplace in society, state lawmakers are championing efforts to protect employees from adverse employment consequences based on their lawful, off-the-clock use of cannabis. In New Jersey, employers […]
This is a purchase of four recordings included in the Implementing the New Title IX Regulation: Compliance and Training for Career, Technical, and Trade Schools webinars conducted by Edward Cramp and Jessica High: Introduction and Overview of the New Title IX […]
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) established the strictest data privacy law in the United States. Although a California law, it applies to many businesses outside the state that meet the qualifying criteria and have […]
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