Update on Employment Law
This presentation will review major developments from the past year in labor
and employment law in the federal appellate courts and in West Virginia as
well as any recent legislation.
Professor Robert M. Bastress
WVU College of Law
Tips and Trends in Arbitration
This presentation will review developments in state and federal law regarding
employment arbitration, including the pending United States Supreme Court
Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis regarding the NLRB and arbitration class
action waivers. We will also offer tips on handling your next employment
Webster J. Arceneaux III, Esquire
Lewis Glasser PLLC
NLRB Case Updates
This presentation will focus on changes to case law in particular in 2017
and in 2018 to date. We will review changing law with respect
to Joint Employer, Employer Rules, the Settlement Standard, Post Contract
Unilateral Changes, as well as other recent changes.
Eric A. Taylor, Supervisory Attorney
National Labor Relations Board, Region 9
The ADA REVISITED AND UPDATED: An EEOC Guidance and Case Law Update
The EEOC has issued a number of Guidances that can be very helpful for lawyers when examining disability discrimination issues. Additionally, Courts are still confronting new and unique issues under the ADA. This topic will cover both the EEOC Guidances and the developing case law on disability discrimination.
C. David Morrison, Esquire
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
The Harless Wrongful Discharge Doctrine and Recent Developments
The development of the Harless wrongful discharge doctrine, proof requirements,
pleading issues, sources of public policy, jury instructions, preemption
issues, and recent developments.
Drew M. Capuder, Esquire
Capuder Fantasia PLLC
Emerging Issues in Litigating Damages in Employment Cases
This presentation will cover recent procedural, substantive and evidentiary
developments in litigating damages in employment cases.
Mark Dellinger, Esquire
Jackson Kelly PLLC
An Overview of the FLSA
Cara Merritt, Wage and Hour Investigator
US Department of Labor - Wage and Hour Division
Ethics Update and Advice from the Office of Disciplinary Counsel
A discussion of ethics developments in West Virginia, including recent disciplinary decisions and a discussion of practical ethics developments important to employment law practice.
Renee N. Frymyer, Esquire
Office of Lawyer Disciplinary Counsel
*Live Video-Conference: Live Video-Conference offers real-time virtual communication with conference speakers. Live Video-Conference participants will receive an email approximately one week before the event with instructions. Approved for LIVE WV MCLE Credit.