February 13, 2020

Page Five | SC | 2010

PLENARY SESSIONS
The New Health Care Legislation: What Employers, Unions & Employees and Their Lawyers Need to Know

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Implications for Health Plans

Lisa M. Gomez

Health Care Reform Legislation 2010: An Introduction

Erin M. Sweeney

Health Care Reform: What Do We Know Now?

Martha Jo Wagner and Jessica E. Kuester

Fact Sheet: The Affordable Care Act: Protecting Consumers and Putting Patients Back in Charge of Their Care

Fact Sheet: Benefits for Women and Children of New Affordable Care Act Rules on Expanding Prevention Coverage

The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient’s Bill of Rights

Keeping the Health Plan You Have: The Affordable Care Act

Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act: Protecting Young Adults and Eliminating Burdens on Families and Businesses

I Know What You Did Last Summer – Emerging Issues Raised By the Use of Social Networking Sites

Advising Employees about Using Social Media Responsibly…and Representing Them When They Do Not

Kristin M. Case

Workplace Consequences of Electronic Exhibitionism and Voyeurism

William A. Herbert

Cybervetting and Monitoring Employees’ Online Activities: Assessing the Legal Risks for Employers

Katherine Mikkelson

Don’t Let Social Media Catch You in Left Field

Gene Sheih

Friends, How Many of Us Have Them? Issues Raised by Social Networking Sites in Labor, Employment and Ethics

Steven K. Ury

PUBLIC SECTOR
Getting to Yes, Maybe – Bargaining in a Struggling Economy

Getting to Yes, Maybe – Bargaining in a Struggling Economy

Aaron L. Granger

Can You Make the Grade? – Collective Bargaining in the Midst of Educational Reforms

What is FMCS and What Can It Do for Me?

Teresa Phillips

Can You Make the Grade? – Collective Bargaining in the Midst of Educational Reforms

Jennifer Poltrock

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Creative Freedom or Employment Discrimination? Casting for Racial, Cultural and Gender Identity

A Post-Race Equal Protection

Trina Jones

Boys Behaving Badly, Girls Going Gaga: Out of Work Misconduct in Sports

Hold That Tiger

ABA Journal

TECHNOLOGY

Up in the Air and Everywhere: E-Discovery Beyond Email, Cloud Computing and Virtual Servers

Up in the Air and Everywhere: E-Discovery Beyond Email, Cloud Computing and Virtual Servers

Conor R. Crowley, Michael J. Gray, Heather A. Morgan, Cynthia Sass and Alvin Velazquez

Up in the Air and Everywhere: E-Discovery Beyond Email, Cloud Computing and Virtual Servers

Conor R. Crowley, Michael J. Gray, Heather A. Morgan, Cynthia Sass and Alvin Velazquez

Is Big Brother Watching? Monitoring Employee Communications and Employee Privacy

Is Big Brother Watching: Monitoring Employee Communications and Employee Privacy

Julie A. Totten

Great Expectations: Employees and Privacy of Communications on Company-Provided Electronic Equipment

Gwynne A. Wilcox

TRADITIONAL LABOR

The NLRB - What it Is, What it does

Basic Guide to the National Labor Relations Act

The NLRB and You - Unfair Labor Practices

The NLRB and You - Representation Cases

What Is the Obama Department of Labor Up To?

What Is the Obama Department of Labor Up To?

Fred W. Alvarez and Alexandra R. Pavlidakis

Dateline NLRA: Up-to-the Minute Analysis of Developments under the National Labor Relations Act

Summary of Significant 2010 NLRB Decisions

Vincente J. Antonetti and Susan Davis

Reaching Agreements on First Contracts

Reaching Agreements on First Contracts: A Labor Perspective

Richard J. Brean

Negotiating the First Contract from the Employer’s Perspective

Jonathan Kane

Moderator’s Introduction and Presentation on First Contract Bargaining Initiative

Ronald Meisburg

Report on First Contract Bargaining Cases

Submission of First Contract Bargaining Cases to the Division of Advice

First Contract Bargaining Cases

Additional Remedies in First Contract Bargaining Cases

You Are Not Welcome Here: NLRA Preemption and Removal

You’re Not Welcome Here: NLRA Preemption and Removal

Henry E. Farber and Modessa Jacobs

Preemption and the National Labor Relations Act

Nancy Schiffer

WAGE AND HOUR

Get In the Game: The Latest News and Developments in Wage and Hour Litigation

Get In the Game: The Latest News and Developments in Wage and Hour Litigation

David Borgen, Paul Bittner, James Finberg, Janet Herold and Dennis McClelland

Data in Wage and Hour Litigation: What To Do When You Have It and What To Do When You Don’t

Dr. Elizabeth Becker, Dr. Alex Grecu, Sukaina Klein, Dr. Denise Martin, Mary Elizabeth Stern and Dr. Kent Van Liere

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure – Preventive Strategies to Enhance Compliance with Wage and Hour Laws

Courts Needs to Harmonize Fair labor Standards Act with Federal Labor Law

Renee L. Bowser

The Fluctuating Workweek and Retroactive Damage Calculation in Misclassification Cases

J. Derek Braziel

Enforceability of Express and Implied Agreements Attempting to Avoid or Release FLSA Claims

Rachhana T. Srey

Preventive Strategies to Enhance Compliance with Wage and Hour Laws

Suzanne J. Thomas

Pay Up! What Do FLSA Violations Really Cost?

Pay Up! What Do FLSA Violations Really Cost

Richard Alfred, Rex Burch, Aashish Desai, Theodora Lee and Jennifer Sung

Face the Nation: The Obama Department of Labor Takes Shape

The Obama Department of Labor Takes Shape

David S. Fortney

The Real Double-Edge Sword: Everything You Wanted to Know About Wage and Hour Hybrids

The Real Double-Edge Sword: Everything You Wanted to Know About Wage and Hour Hybrids

Laura L. Ho, Ellen C. Kearns, Marguerite M. Longoria and Reed L. Russell

It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over: Unique Ethical and Practical Issues Posed By Settling Wage and Hour Litigation

Best Practices in Business Ethics and Compliance Programs

Joel Katz

Unique Issues Posed By Settling Wage and Hour Litigation

Susan N. Eisenberg and Sarah M. DeFranco

Unique Issues Posed By Settling Wage and Hour Litigation

Michelle R. Fisher

Example A

Example B

Example C

Example D

Unique Ethical Issues in Collective and Class Action Wage and Hour Settlements

Gregory K. McGillivary

Practical Claims Administration Issues in Labor and Employment Settlements

Mark Rapazzini

COLLEGE OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS

Maintaining Civility and Professionalism in Challenging Situations

Dr. Michael Fogel, Hon. Arlander Keye and Theodore J. St. Antoine

A  Due Process Protocol for Mediation and Arbitration of Statutory Disputes Arising Out of the Employment Relationship

Theodore J. St. Antoine

Code of Professional Responsibility for Arbitrators of Labor-Management Disputes