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Complying with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Cross Border Transfers of Information

Program Number: 2820 Presenter: Sarah Delon-Bouquet, Esq., David A. Zetoony, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** This program discusses the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which becomes effective May 2018, with specific focus on the restrictions that the GDPR imposes to the cross-border transfer of information through Articles 44 - 50. The program explores practical ways in which companies have attempted to comply with these provisions while continuing to transmit data outside of the EEA. A must program for in-house, corporate and compliance counsel for companies needing to comply with the new European data privacy and security regulations.

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Not #metoo: Sexual Harassment and How to Prevent Being the Latest Headline

Program Number: 2805 Presenter: Donald L. Samuels, Esq.

The headlines have been full of claims of sexual harassment and sexual assault. In this time of heightened interest and scrutiny regarding this topic, Don Samuels discusses what is sexual harassment and sexual assault; who is responsible for it; what are the legal liabilities and the costs, both economic and non-economic; and best practices for recognizing, addressing and preventing sexual harassment. A must program for all attorneys, particularly in-house counsel and litigators, about the legal issues surrounding sexual harassment and misconduct in the workplace.

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How to Investigate #metoo Claims: A Nuts and Bolts Guide for In-House Employment and Corporate Counsel

Program Number: 2804 Presenter: Ann Kotlarski, Esq., Judicate West

Sexual harassment and sexual misconduct in the workplace are high profile issues for all attorneys and conducting prompt and thorough investigations into a “#metoo” claim is essential. Join Ann Kotlarski, who provides a nuts and bolts discussion for conducting proper investigations that can convince a jury (and your client’s other employees) that you have done the right thing, including: determining what to investigate; formulating an investigation plan; conducting interviews; assessing witness credibility; documenting the process; making recommendations; remediating wrongdoing; minimizing the likelihood of retaliation claims and avoiding similar claims in the future.

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How Does Employment Practices Liability Insurance Affect Your Employment Cases? What In-House and Outside Lawyers and Litigators Should Know

Program Number: 2740 Presenter: Ann Kotlarski, Esq., Judicate West

Good news: you were just retained to handle an employment dispute. You soon learn the employer has employment practices liability insurance (EPLI). How does EPLI impact the way that you evaluate, litigate, mediate, and try employment cases? Ann Kotlarski, a former successful employment and business/commercial trial lawyer, and currently a mediator and arbitrator, describes the ins and outs of handling EPLI covered claims, provides practical pointers, and addresses the legal issues that arise from the inception to the conclusion of an insured employment case.

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Restraining Former Employees from Improper Use of Confidential Information and Enforcing Non-Competition Provisions

Program Number: 2722 Presenter: Megan Lopp Mathias, Esq.

This program, for employment and corporate counsel and litigators, addresses the legal challenges in enforcing confidentiality provisions and non-competition provisions against former employees. Topics include: an explanation of the line between not interfering with the employee's ability to work and protecting the disclosure of the former employer's information; and information on how to obtain a temporary restraining order (TRO).

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Effective Evaluation and Mediation of Discrimination and Retaliation Cases

Program Number: 2645 Presenter: Ann Kotlarski, Esq.

Litigating employment claims can be risky, time consuming and expensive for the parties. An increasing trend in employment cases involving claims for discrimination, retaliation and harassment is to resolve those matters well before trial—often before any dispositive motions are filed or significant discovery is conducted. However, important questions arise, such as: When is the most effective time to mediate such claims? Can the plaintiff’s and defense counsel effectively evaluate a case in the early stages in order to make early resolution meaningful? What does it take to evaluate these types of cases in terms of liability, damages and settlement value? What role do non-monetary factors play in evaluation and resolution? What factors should the parties consider in selecting a mediator? What is the best way to prepare for mediation? How do you avoid the common mistakes that a mediator may make? What strategies can be used to move

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Politics in the Private-Sector Workplace: Coexistence or Collision?

Program Number: 2643 Presenter: Joshua A. James, Esq., Daniel I. Prywes, Esq., Bryan Cave

As the election season approaches its climax in the coming months, private-sector employers and employees need to know what employers can and cannot lawfully do to restrict employees’ political activities in the workplace and while off duty. In this program of particular interest to in-house corporate and employment lawyers, Dan Prywes and Josh James address these issues, burst some myths, and describe the array of federal and state laws that bear on these issues. The laws to be addressed include federal and state voting-rights laws, the First Amendment and the Supreme Court’s Citizens United case, federal election laws, the National Labor Relations Act, state laws on employees’ political activities, and more.

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Tips for Protecting Confidential Information and Trade Secrets for In-House Counsel

Program Number: 2642 Presenter: Megan Lopp Mathias, Esq.

Megan Mathias discusses important legal issues and insights for in-house counsel regarding a business’ confidential information and trade secrets. Topics include: • definition of confidential information and trade secrets • identification of your competitive edge leading to identification of your confidential information • treatment of information as confidential so a court will treat it as confidential • documents in place add to the case for protection of information • security protocols to limit possible exposure of information • limits on access to certain employees • enforcement issues in litigation • laws protecting trade secrets across the country • restrictive covenants, how to use them and when they are enforceable

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Domestic Partner and Same-Sex Spousal Benefits after Obergefell and Windsor

Program Number: 2638 Presenter: Jeffrey Arnold, Esq., Brian J. Tiemann, Esq.

Brian Tiemann and Jeffrey Arnold, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, discuss the current legal and regulatory issues that employers are facing with respect to same-sex spouses and domestic partners in both qualified retirement plans and health and welfare plans. Topics also include a discussion of recent cases dealing with the retroactive application of same-sex spousal benefit rules.

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Current Issues with Whistleblower-Retaliation Claims: A Guide for In-House Employment and Corporate Attorneys

Program Number: 2636 Presenter: Joshua A. James, Esq., Daniel I. Prywes, Esq., Bryan Cave

Dan Prywes and Josh James address ways in which employers can avoid whistleblower-retaliation claims and best manage such claims when they do arise, consistent with whistleblowers’ rights. Topics include: useful contract provisions and compliance measures, the use of arbitration clauses, managing whistleblowing employees in the workplace after a complaint, the recovery of privileged or confidential documents, the discipline or termination of whistleblowers for misconduct or poor performance, and the settlement of whistleblower-retaliation claims.

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