Register for Our March CLE!

Want to learn about an area of law outside your niche? Please join The Employment Law Solution: McFadden Davis, LLC on March 21, 2017 from 7:30-9:30 am at the State Bar of Georgia in Conference A for

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In the ever-changing world of business, lawyers are required to have knowledge of many areas of law. This 1.5 hour seminar is structured to help you issue spot and gain an overview of laws governing employer/employee relationships. Topics will be presented by ELS Attorneys—view their bios here.  Topics covered include:

  • Social Media & The Workplace: discussion of the most common social media issues in the workplace, best practices guiding employees’ participation in social media, including drafting effective social media policies; moral clause terminations; and recent legislation and cases involving employee social media accounts.
  • Pay What???  We will help you understand pay claims and why “wage and hour” is such a hot topic.  We will cover the basics of overtime pay, worker classification, unemployment insurance, and the Department of Labor’s work.   
  • FMLA/ADA/Leave of Absence Issues.  This segment covers the intersection of the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).  What are an employer’s basic obligations when an employee is ill and needs time off of work or needs some other accommodation?  Who is covered by the FMLA and the ADA?  Which states require paid leave?  What should be done if an employee is believed to be a malingerer?  This segment will answer some of these basic questions and should help you spot basic leave and accommodations issues. 
  • Inside the Black Box: What you need to know about the EEOC and how it handles Charges.  This session will answer all of your questions of what happens to a Charge once it is submitted to the EEOC through the determination.  We will include information regarding Charge classification, EEOC Mediation, Investigation, Litigation and more!

This course is pending approval of 1.5 hours of CLE credit. Attendees that wish to receive CLE credit will be charged $7.50 to attend the seminar. For attendees who do not wish to receive CLE credit, the seminar is free. To register click here.