On Demand: The 2021 Employment Law Virtual Seminar

On Demand: The 2021 Employment Law Virtual Seminar

Posted on 11/05/2021 at 01:00 PM by The Newsroom

The Dickinson Law Employment Law Virtual Seminar first aired November 4, 2021 and is now available On Demand. The seminar will help you get Back in the Groove after the pandemic. What was neglected (out of necessity) that now needs attention? What did you miss? What pandemic issues still require attention? Don't worry, we’ll get you up to speed in record time.

Click Here to View the Virtual Seminar

Sessions to explore (available 24/7!) include:

  • Two-Song Playlist: The NLRB and Your Policies with Attorney Jill Jensen-Welch
  • Sierra and the Supremes: Case Law Update with Attorney Sierra McConnell
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Recalibrated with Author & Guest Presenter Desmund Adams
  • Rock-a-Bye-Baby: Momma’s Rights with Attorneys Melissa Schilling & Regan Wilson
  • Battle of the Bands: Non-Competes, Non-Solicitations, and the Like with Attorneys Jill Jensen-Welch and Bryan O'Neill
  • World Music: Immigration Updates with Attorney David Gonzales
  • Reading Sheet Music: Evaluating and Improving Documentation with Attorneys Jill Jensen-Welch and Bryan O'Neill
  • Do You Recognize That Beat? The Biden WHD with Compliance Specialist Mike Staebell
  • Old Song, New Arrangement: COVID-19 Lessons for Remote Work with Attorney Rachel Soderstrum
  • Second Verse: Mandatory Vaccination Laws with Attorneys Jill Jensen-Welch and Sierra McConnell

The Virtual Seminar is approved for 5 hours of CLE Credit, Activity #371038. For more information, contact the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education at 515-348-4670.

 

 

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