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Past Events

Don't Play with Pay: The Pay Equity Minefield
May 23, 2018
The perception of pay inequity based on gender has come under scrutiny in the U.S. and around the world for both private- and public-sector employers. Please join partners Lindsey M. Marcus and Staci Ketay Rotman for a discussion of the changing landscape of federal, state, and local equal pay laws and what these developments mean for employers' hiring and promotion practices. Lindsey and Staci will offer practical advice for identifying and remedying inequitable pay practices and ensuring compliance with the increasingly complex web of legal requirements.

Graduation Ceremony Protests: Do's and Don'ts
May 15, 2018
Join Franczek Radelet attorneys Jennifer Smith and Amy Dickerson on May 15 at 10 a.m. as they continue their monthly webinar series covering pressing matters facing school districts and universities. This month, Jennifer and Amy will provide practical advice to administrators on addressing graduation ceremony protests. As always, attendees are encouraged to make the process as interactive as possible by posing questions and following along on Twitter at #FRWebinar.

2018 Rescheduled School Law Conference
April 27, 2018
Franczek Radelet is pleased to host our annual School Law Seminar for District, Building, and Special Education Administrators.

Webinar: Update on the Current State of Immigration Laws in Education
April 17, 2018
We provided an update on the current state of immigration laws impacting educators, students, and their families. We presented on the most recent developments with respect to DACA and the impact of termination of Temporary Protected Status designation for several countries on students and their families. We provided practical advice on developments in immigration enforcement and the ongoing concern that schools may be compelled to participate in such enforcement actions. 

Webinar: Student Threats: Clear and Present Danger Reporting
March 13, 2018
We discussed school administrators' obligations to report to the Illinois State Police when students pose a clear and present danger to themselves or others under the School Administrator Reporting of Mental Health Clear and Present Danger Determinations Law.