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The New NLRB Election Rules: Analysis, Impact, and Best Practices
Chicago | Oak Brook Terrace - July 21, 2015 and July 22, 2015
The new NLRB election procedure rules, which became effective April 14, 2015 dramatically streamline the union election process and reduce the amount of time employers have to respond to union organizing. The new rules have already survived one legal challenge and, for now, look like they may be here to stay.

Negotiating Successful Adjunct Union Collective Bargaining Agreements
Academic Impressions Webcast
August 10, 2015
Amy Moor Gaylord presents "Negotiating Successful Adjunct Union Collective Bargaining Agreements" in an Academic Impressions webcast.

The Impact of Immigration Issues on School Districts
DuPage County ROE Workshop
August 10, 2015
Tejas Shah and Jackie Wernz present at a workshop hosted by the DuPage County Regional Office of Education for Dupage County schools.

The Investigations Process
NPELRA Elective Academy - Oak Brook, IL
August 19, 2015
Chris Johlie presents "The Investigations Process," a National Public Employer Labor Relations Association (NPELRA) elective academy.

Faculty Civility and Academic Freedom: Protecting the Workplace While Preserving Academic Culture
Academic Impressions Webcast
September 23, 2015
Ellen Babbitt and Pete Land present "Faculty Civility and Academic Freedom: Protecting the Workplace While Preserving Academic Culture" hosted by Academic Impressions.

Bargaining in an ACA World
61st Annual Employee Benefits Conference - Honolulu, Hawaii
November 9, 2015
Dan Salemi presents "Bargaining in an ACA World" at the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plan (IFEB) ’s 61st Annual Employee Benefits Conference on November 9 and 10.

Past Events

The Affordable Care Act on Campus in 2015: Ask the Experts
2015 NACUA Annual Conference - Washington, D.C.
June 30, 2015
Dan Salemi is a panelist in "The Affordable Care Act on Campus in 2015: Ask the Experts" at the 2015 National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) Annual Conference.

America's Top 40: The 2015 Employment Law Update
2015 NACUA Annual Conference - Washington, D.C.
June 29, 2015
Amy Moor Gaylord is a panelist in "America's Top 40: The 2015 Employment Law Update" at the 2015 NACUA Annual Conference.

Sexual Violence in K-12 Schools: Navigating Title IX in 2015
Education Law: A Year in Review
June 18, 2015
Amy K. Dickerson presents “Sexual Violence in K-12 Schools: Navigating Title IX in 2015” at the Education Law: A Year in Review event hosted by Loyola University's Civitas ChildLaw Center.

2015 Legislative Session: Changes in Education Law and Funding
Education Law: A Year in Review
June 18, 2015
Nicki Bazer presents “2015 Legislative Session: Changes in Education Law and Funding” at the Education Law: A Year in Review event hosted by Loyola University's Civitas ChildLaw Center.

E-Discovery in Employment Cases: Ethical and Practical Issues
Franczek Radelet Offices - 8:30 am - 10:15 am
June 17, 2015
Join Franczek Radelet attorney Bill Pokorny and e-discovery expert Jeff Hartman from 4Discovery for a complimentary MCLE seminar focused on merging the practical with the ethical when approaching e-discovery in employment litigation. Many discussions of e-discovery focus on the prototypical "big case" with millions of documents and big budgets for document review, outside consultants, and advanced technology. However, the ethical rules and legal principals governing e-discovery apply equally to smaller cases, such as a typical single-plaintiff employment discrimination case. In addition, emerging e-discovery issues related to mobile devices in the workplace and social media have introduced new ethical pitfalls that attorneys should learn to avoid.