Registration for the annual Employment Law Seminar is now open and details about the conference, the presenters, guest speakers, and topics, are available. Use the Registration Form, below, to sign up but don’t delay–we expect attendance this year to be at a maximum capacity. Here’s what you need to know:
When: April 29, 2009 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware
Cost: $145 for the first registrant from an organization. Registration of additional participants from the same organization is only $125 per person. Cost includes continental breakfast, lunch “with the lawyers,” and the full seminar materials–even for those sessions you can’t attend.
Presenters: This year’s speakers include employment law attorneys Barry M. Willoughby, Sheldon N. Sandler, William W. Bowser, Teresa A. Cheek, Scott A. Holt, Adria B. Martinelli, Michael P. Stafford, Maribeth L. Minella, Margaret M. DiBianca, and Lauren Hudecki. We will be joined by guest speakers, Rudy Antonini, Chief Referee of the Delaware Unemployment Appeals Commission, and Executive Director the Delaware Public Employment Relations Board, Debbie Murray-Sheppard, as well as keynote speakers from the Delaware Department of Labor, Julie Klein Cutler, Administrator of the Office of Anti-Discrimination, and Trina Gumbs, acting mediation director and Supervisor of the Kent-Sussex County Office of Anti-Discrimination.
Topics: This year’s seminar is a full day, which permits us to cover more important employment-law topics than ever before. Of course, we’ll review the critical court decisions and pieces of key legislation that have been issued during the last twelve months. We will also address the changes we expect to occur in the first twelve months of the new administration. Additionally, we’ll provide a recap of legal happenings in the public sector, update you on the changes to the FMLA and the new COBRA subsidy, discuss how to manage a layoff and how to keep employees engaged in the present economy, address the ins and outs of screening job applicants with online tools, and offer insight on how to deal with an unemployment appeal.
For more detail, have a look at the Seminar Brochure and then register using the provided form, below. We hope to see you on April 29, 2009!