Employment Law Update: Reducing Employer Liability
Learn how to mitigate exposure and minimize employment litigation of key employment risks with these tips.
Mar 06, 2023
NASBA Field of Study
Charles A. Borek
Current employment law
Become familiar with current employment law, so that you understand the responsibilities and boundaries of your own role and can assess workplace issues and legal implications.
- Employment discrimination laws
- How major claims affect employment best practices
- E-employment and cyber employment issues
- What constitutes wrongful termination
Understand how to establish a structured framework for systematic analysis of employee issues and rights.
- Employment law basics
- Employment-related issues from evolving technologies and cyberspace
- Wrongful termination
- Harassment claims
- Retaliation claims
- Assess the historical and current trends in employment law claims, settlements, and verdicts.
- Analyze the process by which most employment law claims get to federal or state court.
- Evaluate employment-related issues associated with evolving technologies and cyberspace.
- Assess what makes a termination wrongful under applicable law.
- Identify how harassment claims are defined by the EEOC.
- Analyze the factors that expose an employer to a claim of retaliation.
Who Will Benefit
- Financial professionals in businesses, not-for-profits, and public practices
- Those who practice in corporate, business, public advocacy, and other areas of the law.
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