February 13, 2020

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Plenary Sessions

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Current Status and What Is to Come

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Current Status and What Is to Come

The Supreme Court 2013: What's at Stake for 50+ in America: A Preview of the 2013 Term
Mary Ellen Signorille, Jay E. Sushelsky, Daniel Kohrman, Laurie McCann, Thomas Osborne, Jean Constantine-Davis, Barbara Jones, Mariam Morshedi, Julie Nepveu, Susan Ann Silverstein, Kelly Bagby, Iris Gonzalez, Andrew Strickland, Kenneth Zeller, Daniel Kohrman and Julie Nepveu

Health Care Reform Legislation 2010: An IntroductionWhat Employers Must Do (and Not Do) in 2013 to Get Ready for Health Care Reform
Erin M. Sweeney

Supreme Court Review

The Employment Decisions of the Supreme Court’s 2012-13 Term
Martin H. Malin

Emerging Work/Career Balance and Stereotyping Issues in the Workplace

Developments in Gender Discrimination Law Barbara Brown

The Quest for Equality and Eliminating the Leadership Gap
Joel A. D’Alba

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Class and Collective Action Arbitration: An Update

The Impact of Decisions by the United States Supreme Court Regarding the Arbitration of Class and Collective Wage and Hour Actions
Norm Brand, Thomas Christopher, Michele R. Fisher, Nichols Kaster, and Douglas Steele

Ethics and Strategies in Labor and Employment Arbitration

Ethics Issues in Arbitrating Statutory Rights Claims
Gening Liao

ADR Forum Can Affect Course and Outcome of Arbitration
Geoffrey A. Mort & Kristin M. Gallagher

Issues and Ethics of Mediation-Arbitration (“Med-Arb”)

Med-Arb from an Employer Advocate’s Perspective: An Employer’s Overview
R. Theodore Clark, Jr.

Med-Arb from a Union Advocate’s Perspective: My One Experience with Mediation/Arbitration
Gregg M. Corwin

Med-Arb from a Neutral’s Perspective: Issues and Ethics of Mediation-Arbitration (“Med-Arb”) Stephen B. Goldberg

Med-Arb from an Employee Advocate’s Perspective: Med-Arb Works Practical and Ethical Considerations
Jonathan Sack

Discrimination and Retaliation

The ADAAA: Five Years Later

The ADAAA Five Years Later: Overview of Key Amendments of ADAAA
Diane Smason

The ADAAA Five Years Later: Developments in “Regarded As” Discrimination
Michael Belo

Overview of Key Amendments of ADAAA: Mitigating Measures and Transitory, Episopic and in Remission Conditions
Gary Phelan

ADA, HIPAA and GINA: Disclosing Private Information

HIPAA Privacy Regulations: Protecting and Using Confidential Health Plan Information in the Workplace
Howard D. Bye-Torre

Confidentiality of Employee Health Information under FMLA: What Can an Employer Ask for and What Can the It Do with the Information?
Sharon Dostmann

GINA: An Employer’s Obligations Regarding the Acquisition, Protection and Dissemination of Genetic Information
David M. Fusco

Limits on the Acquisition and Disclosure of Medical Information Under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Christopher Kuczynski

Caregiver Responsibility Discrimination: Are You One Sick Kid Away from Losing Your Job?

Caregiver Responsibility Discrimination: Are You One Sick Kid Away from Losing Your Job? Caregiver Discrimination Hypotheticals

Caregiver Responsibility Discrimination: Are You One Sick Kid Away from Losing Your Job?
Jamie Dolkas

Handout of EEOC Legal Counsel: Selected Eeoc Caregiver Discrimination Resources
Peggy R. Mastroianni

State Laws Providing Paid or Unpaid Caregiver Leave
Ann M. Schmidt

Another Hypothetical | A Sip of Cool Water: Pregnancy Accommodation after the ADA Amendments Act
Joan C. Williams, Robin Devaux, and Danielle Fuschetti

Impact of Federal Labor Law on Caregiver Discrimination and Accommodation: National Labor Relations Act
Richard A. Williams

Disciplining Employees for Disability-Related Activities

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Disciplining Employees for Disability-Related Activities
Nancy L. Abell, Leslie L. Abbott, Marc E. Bernstein, Todd C. Duffield, and Barbara Johnson

Disability-Related Workplace Misconduct and the ADA--Some Key Questions
Brian East

Employer Use of Criminal Background Checks

Employer Use of Criminal Background Checks
Donald R. Livingston

EEOC’s Criminal Record Guidance One Year Later: Lessons from the Community
Sharon M. Dietrich

Criminal Convictions: The EEOC Guidelines Considered in Labor Law Contexts
Richard G. McCracken

Gender Pay Disparity: 50 Years after the Equal Pay Act

Use of Multiple Regression for Evaluating Pay Equity: Prospects and Pitfalls
Elizabeth Becker and Alex Grecu

Pay and Promotion Inequities in Financial Services
Adam T. Klein

How to End Pay Discrimination: Unionize!
Mary K. O’Melveny

The Pay Gap, the Glass Ceiling, and Pay Bias: Moving Forward 50 Years after the Equal Pay Act
Gary Siniscalco, Lauri Damrell, and Clara Morain Nabity

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Equal Pay Enforcement Resources
Pamela Coukos

The Rising Tide of Retaliation Claims

The Rising Tide of Retaliation
Jay Jaffee, Marisa Warren, Janie F. Shulman, and Carolyn Wheeler

Federal Anti-Retaliation Statutes Adopted Since 2000

Discrimination against LGBT Individuals: Sex and Gender Revisited under Title VII

Before ENDA: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Protections in the Workplace Under Federal Law
Edward J. Reeves and Lainie D. Decker

Emerging Issues Involving Transgender Employees: An Interview with Ilona Turner, Legal Director of the Transgender Law Center
Jennifer Salvatore

Discrimination Against LGBT Individuals: Sex and Gender Revisited under Title VII
Louis Lopez, et al.

Unconscious Bias: Diving Deeper

Implicit Bias Science for Labor and Employment Law (Bullet Points)
Anthony G. Greenwald, PhD

Bias in Jury Decision Making
Karen Jo Koonan

Implicit Bias and Employment Law: A Voyage into the Unknown
Maurice Wexler, Kate Bogard, Julie Totten, and Lauri Darnell

Epilogue to Implicit Bias in Employment Law: A Voyage into the Unknown
Maurice Wexler

Who is a Qualified Individual with a Disability?

ADA Reasonable Accommodations
Eric L. Barnum

The Complex Interplay Between Alcoholism and the ADAAA: When Is an Alcoholic a Qualified Individual with a Disability? From a Plaintiff’s Perspective
Joyce L. Collier

The Americans with Disabilities Act
Robert L. Jones, Jr.

Employee Benefits

Bargaining under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Private Sector: A Different Kind of Health Insurance “Exchange”

Bargaining under the Affordable Care Act in the Private Sector: A Different Kind of Health Insurance “Exchange”
Peter S. Dickinson, Ronald J. Kramer, Jeffrey Stein, and Allison Beck

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Compliance

Affordable Care Act Update
Bernard T. King and Ginger B. LaChappelle

The Future of Employment-Based Health Insurance After the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Kathryn L. Moore

Health Care Reform: Action Item Timeline
Martha Jo Wagner

ACA Compliance Powerpoint

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Current Status and What Is to Come

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Current Status and What Is to Come

The Supreme Court 2013: What's at Stake for 50+ in America: A Preview of the 2013 Term
Mary Ellen Signorille, Jay E. Sushelsky, Daniel Kohrman, Laurie McCann, Thomas Osborne, Jean Constantine-Davis, Barbara Jones, Mariam Morshedi, Julie Nepveu, Susan Ann Silverstein, Kelly Bagby, Iris Gonzalez, Andrew Strickland, Kenneth Zeller, Daniel Kohrman and Julie Nepveu

Health Care Reform Legislation 2010: An IntroductionWhat Employers Must Do (and Not Do) in 2013 to Get Ready for Health Care Reform
Erin M. Sweeney

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Employer Responses and Litigation Trends

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Employer Responses and Litigation Trends

The PPACA – (Some of) The News (No One is Seeing) Fit to Print: Qui Tam, Black Lungs, “Medical Assistance” and So Much More
Ellen M. Kelman

Overview of PPACA Internal and External Review and Employee Protections
Teresa S. Renaker

The Practical Application of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Public Sector

PPACA in the Public Sector
Thomas Hancuch, Brenda Sutton-Willis, and Donald Slesnick II

The Affordable Care Act in the Public Sector: Notes for Collective Bargaining
Thomas Hancuch

Discussion Highlights: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Public Sector
Brenda Sutton-Wills

AFL-CIO Calls for Changes to Obamacare | Public Employers Seek to Soften Impact of Obamacare Fees and Taxes
Donald Slesnick II

Poll: Americans Still Split on Affordable Care Act
Dylan Scott

Business Insurance: More firms hold down health costs by denying coverage to employee's spouses
Jerry Geisel

Business Insurance: Employers mull defined contribution model for employee benefits
Matt Dunning