With the COVID-19 pandemic substantially impacting businesses and their employment decisions, the timing couldn’t be better to brush up on Labor and Employment laws and recent legislative and judicial developments.
We will examine developments in labor law, leave laws, and wage & hour laws. We will delve into issues surrounding sexual harassment, diversity and inclusion, cannabis in the workplace, and non-competes. This year’s program will also offer discussions relevant to the COVID-19 crisis, including pay during a pandemic, managing employees who work from home, and workplace safety in the age of a pandemic.
Join us for a two-day seminar on the latest Labor and Employment law trends and updates, presented by some of Washington’s top practitioners in the field.
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Lawrence R. Cock, Program Co-Chair, is Of Counsel to Corr Cronin LLP. With over 25 years of trial and appellate experience, he advises on the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, noncompetition covenants, trust and estate litigation, securities, physician privileging and discipline, and injunctive relief.
Karin D. Jones, Program Co-Chair, is a partner in the Labor and Employment group of Stoel Rives LLP. She provides practical advice to employers regarding a wide variety of workplace and personnel issues and helping employers minimize the risk and impact of workplace problems.
Darren A. Feider is a shareholder with Sebris Busto James. His practice involves general employment litigation, wage and hour disputes, trade secret, covenant not to compete and non-solicitation litigation as well as copyright infringement and trademark matters.
Amanda J. Hailey is a labor & employment attorney at Seyfarth Shaw LLP. She helps employers navigate questions related to employment discrimination, leave of absence requests, reasonable accommodations, workplace harassment, and difficult workplace conflicts.
Pamela Helman serves as Vice President of Legal Affairs for MOD Pizza. She is an experienced litigation attorney, specializing in employment and product liability, both in-house and in law firms. She leads the team that provides legal support and strategic business counseling.
Hon. Laura C. Inveen (ret.) provides mediation and arbitration services through Hilyer Dispute Resolution. She previously served as a King County Superior Court Judge, appointed in July, 1992. She was Presiding Judge and served as Chief of the Civil and Juvenile departments.
Munia Jabbar is an attorney at Frank Freed Subit & Thomas LLP. She helps clients resolve legal conflicts with social, cultural, and interpersonal dynamics of complex workplace situations. She previously worked at a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. specializing in civil rights advocacy.
Carolyn H. Ladd is Senior Counsel in the Labor, Employment and Benefits Group at The Boeing Company, the largest private employer in the state of Washington. Her practice focuses on compliance with the ADA, the FMLA, the FLSA, and state Equal Employment laws.
Shannon J. Lawless is a member of Ryan Swanson & Cleveland PLLC representing employers. She strategizes with HR professionals and business owners on how to handle issues such as hiring, workplace complaints, requests for accommodation, and lawful terminations.
Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson is an attorney at Lane Powell PC. She is an experienced litigator who dedicates her practice to defending public and private entities from civil and regulatory liability. She regularly represents clients in labor & employment and general corporate matters.
Jack M. Lovejoy is Of Counsel to Corr Cronin LLP. He is a litigator and trial lawyer, having tried cases in state and federal court, as well as in private arbitration. His practice emphasizes high-level employee transitions, trade secret litigation, and securities arbitration.
Timothy J. O’Connell, a partner with Stoel Rives LLP, practices in the areas of labor and employment law. His practice includes NLRB and PERC proceedings, labor arbitrations, equal employment & discrimination cases, wrongful discharge and wage/hour litigation.
Steven R. Peltin is a Principal in the Seattle office of Foster Garvey PC. He is a member of the Labor, Employment & Immigration Group. He has over 35 years’ experience counseling and defending employers in connection with local, state and federal employment and labor laws.
Laurence A. Shapero is a Shareholder at Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC. For 20 years, employers have called on him for advice and assistance in managing employee performance issues; and developing/administering prudent human resources policies and practices.
Beth Terrell is a founding member of Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC. She represents employees who have suffered from race, gender, age, marital status, & disability discrimination. She also counsels small & medium sized companies facing personnel and human resource issues.
Sarah N. Turner is a partner with the Employment/Labor group of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP. She defends employers in claims for wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, privacy, defamation, ADA, benefits, breach of contract, non-competes, and wage/hour.
Garrett J. Williams is an attorney with Andrews Lagasse Branch & Bell LLP. He focuses on labor and employment issues, including litigating disputes, investigating misconduct, negotiating with unions, and advising on regulatory compliance. He is a frequent presenter at legal seminars.
Ada K. Wong is the Owner and Managing Partner of AKW Law PC. She focuses on employment law, business litigation, and estate planning. She also serves as an arbitrator in King and Snohomish counties, and was also an Adjunct Professor at the Seattle University School of Law.