Labor Employment Law Association CLE


  • Current Developments in Labor & Employment Law
    November 5, 2014

    8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
    Capital University Law School 

    Presented by the Labor & Employment Law Association   

    This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 5.00 total CLE hours, with 1.00 of attorney professional conduct instruction.

    Register to Attend

    The cost to attend this CLE is $75.00 per person and includes lunch. Please visit our online registration page to complete your transaction (VISA, MasterCard, Discover). If you need to pay by check, please contact Assistant Dean Shawn Beem (614-236-6889).

    CLE Agenda

     8:30 AM – 9:00 AM       Registration and Continental Breakfast

     
     9:00 AM – 9:15 AM     Opening Remarks
    Rachel Janutis, Interim Dean & Professor of Law
    Capital University Law School

    Floyd D. Weatherspoon, Professor of Law
    Capital University Law School

     
     9:15 AM – 10:15 AM     Compliance Challenges Involving Pre-Employment Background Screenings & Drug Tests
    Sara Hutchins Jodka
    Sr. Labor and Employment Associate, Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP

     
     10:20 AM – 11:20 AM     What’s New with the Americans with Disabilities Act in the Sixth Circuit
    Danny Caudill
    The Caudill Firm LLC

     
     11:20 AM – 12:15 PM     The Evolution of Sex Discrimination
    Stephanie Bostos Demers
    Chief Legal Counsel, Ohio Civil Rights Commission

     
     12:20 PM – 1:20 PM     Lunch
     
     1:25 PM – 2:25 PM     Successorship: The Impact on Bargaining Units
    Danielle L. Murphy
    Labor Relations Specialist, Ohio Nurses Association

     
     2:30 PM – 3:30 PM     Ethics and Professionalism: The Script on Avoiding Scandal in the Legal Profession
    Angela G. Phelps-White 

     

    About the Labor & Employment Law Association 
    The purpose of the Labor and Employment Law Association is to keep Capital University Law School student members advised of developments in labor and employment law. To achieve its mission, the Association hosts panel discussions with prominent labor and employment law attorneys from law firms, public agencies, and corporations. 

    Founded in 1994 by 15 Capital law students and Professor Floyd D. Weatherspoon, the organization has maintained the legacy envisioned by the charter members. The Association continues to play a prominent role in ensuring that Capital students are aware of current labor and employment law issues, externships, and the concentration certificate offered by the Law School. Through programming, the Association also provides powerful networking opportunities within this practice area.