LEL Webinars

Juggling in a Crisis: Don’t Drop the Self-Care Ball

Thursday, May 13
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT

Our lives include constant juggling: family, work obligations, friends, social media, organizational commitments, and more. What happens with self-care, especially in times of crisis, when other duties become magnified? It’s time for real talk about the struggles we are facing during this crisis, how to juggle more effectively and make sure we don’t drop the most important ball of self-care.

Nicole Hancock Husband, WarnerMedia (Warner Bros. Television), Los Angeles, CA

What Every Employment Attorney Needs to Know About the National Labor Relations Act

Tuesday, May 25
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT

Many employment attorneys believe the protections and rights of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) apply only to unionized employees. However, the NLRA’s fundamental protection – the right of employees to work together to improve their working conditions – applies to most private-sector employees even when they are not represented by a union. During this webinar, you will learn about the rights of what the U.S. Supreme Court described as “wholly unorganized” employees under the NLRA. Panelists also will discuss whether a single employee can engage in protected concerted activity and employer policies that could infringe on an employees’ rights under the NLRA.

Laurie M. Burgess, Attorney, San Francisco, CA
Holly A. Georgell, Ford Harrison LLP, Chicago, IL
Renee A. McKinney, National Labor Relations Board - Region 7, Washington, DC

Steve Porzio, Proskauer Rose LLP, New York, NY


Webinars in Development

If you have suggestions for webinar topics, please send them to Brad Hoffman, Section Director.

Past Videoconference Recordings

NOTE: CLE credit is not available for these programs.