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Are your work rules legal? THE NLRB may not think so

Event Dates: May 7, 2013
Services: Labor and Employment

Recent National Labor Relations Board rulings are interfering with employers’ ability to enforce work rules governing employee conduct. These decisions – which may be upended by the courts – create challenges in employment practices and cover matters ranging from arbitration, confidentiality, workplace access and at-will disclaimers, social media and civility rules.

Attorneys from the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice will explore these issues in a two-part webinar series, “Turbulent Times in Labor Law,” presented by HB Litigation Services and provided by West LegalEdcenter.  On April 29th, part 1 of the webinar will focus primarily on NLRB decisions affecting both union and nonunion employers. On May 7th, part 2 will continue that theme, as well as take a closer look at key decisions affecting union employers.

Partners Harriet E. Cooperman and Edward R. Levin  will present each program from Noon to 1 p.m. The webinar will then be available on-demand on West LegalEdcenter. A discount on the registration cost is available using the promo code 24LABOR413.