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    SOX, OSHA and Beyond: Litigating Whistleblower Claims at the U.S. Department of Labor

    University of Denver, 8 AM GMT

    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law - See more at: http://cq5auth:4502/content/aba/groups/labor_law/events_cle/whistleblower/denver.html?cq_ck=1418141742068#sthash.PmaaWaks.dpuf
    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law - See more at: http://cq5auth:4502/content/aba/groups/labor_law/events_cle/whistleblower/denver.html?cq_ck=1418141742068#sthash.PmaaWaks.dpuf

    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law

    Program Description

    From the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Affordable Care Act to the Occupational Safety and Health Act, more than 25 whistleblower statutes are now enforced by the United States Department of Labor. Given the rise in whistleblower protections, practitioners need to know how to navigate the DOL’s administrative adjudication process for whistleblower claims. A distinguished panel, featuring John Rainwater, the DOL's Associate Regional Solicitor along with experienced practitioners, will discuss DOL’s recently-expanded Whistleblower Protection Program and its recently-modified procedures for investigating and adjudicating whistleblower claims. In addition, the expert panel will offer practical insights on litigating before the DOL, and explore the considerations involved in deciding whether to invoke the “kick out” provisions that allow litigants to bring claims under DOL-enforced statutes in federal court.

    The fee for members of any of the sponsor groups listed above to attend is $25, $40 for ABA members who are not members of the Section of Labor and Employment Law and $60 for non-ABA members.

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    SOX, OSHA and Beyond: Litigating Whistleblower Claims at the Department of Labor

    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Jan 14, 2015

    2015-01-14T08:00:00 2015-01-14T10:30:00 SOX, OSHA and Beyond: Litigating Whistleblower Claims at the U.S. Department of Labor
    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law - See more at: http://cq5auth:4502/content/aba/groups/labor_law/events_cle/whistleblower/denver.html?cq_ck=1418141742068#sthash.PmaaWaks.dpuf
    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law - See more at: http://cq5auth:4502/content/aba/groups/labor_law/events_cle/whistleblower/denver.html?cq_ck=1418141742068#sthash.PmaaWaks.dpuf

    Sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law and:
    College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Association
    Colorado Asian Chamber of Commerce
    Colorado GLBT Bar Association
    Hispanic National Bar Association
    Minority and Women’s Chamber Coalition
    National Employment Lawyers Association
    Sam Cary Bar Association
    Sisters in Law

    Program Description

    From the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Affordable Care Act to the Occupational Safety and Health Act, more than 25 whistleblower statutes are now enforced by the United States Department of Labor. Given the rise in whistleblower protections, practitioners need to know how to navigate the DOL’s administrative adjudication process for whistleblower claims. A distinguished panel, featuring John Rainwater, the DOL's Associate Regional Solicitor along with experienced practitioners, will discuss DOL’s recently-expanded Whistleblower Protection Program and its recently-modified procedures for investigating and adjudicating whistleblower claims. In addition, the expert panel will offer practical insights on litigating before the DOL, and explore the considerations involved in deciding whether to invoke the “kick out” provisions that allow litigants to bring claims under DOL-enforced statutes in federal court.

    The fee for members of any of the sponsor groups listed above to attend is $25, $40 for ABA members who are not members of the Section of Labor and Employment Law and $60 for non-ABA members.

    University of Denver

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