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What do 6.75 hours of CLE credit, EEOC, NLRB and AFL-CIO have in common?

February 19, 2010
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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University of Memphis
Downtown
Memphis, Tennessee

Date/Time:

February 19, 2010
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Overview

Labor and employment law is constantly changing, including remarkable developments in 2009 that continue today. Join us for the first CLE-accredited event to be held at the new, downtown location of the University of Memphis Law School, and hear from people like EEOC Acting Chair Stuart Ishimaru, NLRB Deputy General Counsel John Higgins, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Vice President Randel Johnson, and former EEOC Chair Naomi Earp, who's now Director of Diversity & Inclusion at the U.S. Library of Congress.

What's next in affirmative action, retaliation, the FLSA and NLRA? What about the future of diversity and inclusion, and what effect, if any, does it have on the Age Discrimination in Employment Act? Hear and participate in discussions on these topics and more, featuring the following nationally-prominent speakers:

Lawrence Ashe Hon. Ron L. Gilman Peggy Mastroianni
Allen Blair Barry Goldstein Jennifer Mathis
Barbara D'Aquila Barry Hartstein Deby Millenson
Angie Davis John Higgins Sarah Norton
Mark Dichter Jerry Hunter William L. Robinson
Naomi Earp Stuart Ishimaru Billy Ryan
Michael L. Foreman Randel K. Johnson John Sands
David Fortney Kathi Kores Rachhana Srey
Sarah Fox Ernest Lidge Mike Subit
Ann Fromholz Don Livingston Anna Wermuth
Joe Garrison Bill Lurye Maurice Wexler
Justin Gilbert Joyce Margulies

with the support of
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC Labor & Employment Law Section, Memphis Bar Association Federal Bar Association, Memphis Mid-South Chapter

Approved for 6.75 Hours of CLE credit

Registration Contact

Brenda Johnson
901.577.2252

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Ashley Siskey
T: 615.726.7301
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