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Navigating Employment Litigation: Your Role in the Process

Wednesday, February 21, 2024
12:00 pm1:00 pm

Navigating Employment Litigation:
Your Role in the Process

Wednesday, February 21, 2024
12:00 - 1:00 PM CT

As employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims continue to increase, it is important for employers to be vigilant in fostering a work environment and implementing practices that comply with applicable employment laws. Employers must also adopt a proactive, informed approach to employment claims and litigation. In this interactive webinar, we will discuss the most common employment litigation scenarios and how to navigate and defend against various claims. Specifically, we will address:
• Recent litigation trends reported by the EEOC;
• Responding to employee complaints within the workplace;
• Navigating initial complaints to resolution;
• The importance of documentation;
• Common challenges and issues employers face; and
• Best practices to mitigate risk and defend against employment claims.

Our interactive webinar is geared toward business owners, executive employees, human resource professionals, supervisors and managers, and in-house counsel.

Continuing education credit for this webinar will be sought from:
• Applicable State CLE Commissions (including Nebraska, Iowa, and Colorado)
• HR Certification Institute
• Society for Human Resource Management
• Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy

Our Presenters:

Lily Amare
Labor & Employment Law Section

Maddie Hasley
Labor & Employment Law Section

Tara Stingley
Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section

Established in 1857, Cline Williams offers employers a single point of entry for assistance in all areas of labor and employment law. Our attorneys emphasize compliance and planning to prevent or minimize legal exposures.
Cline Williams' labor and employment attorneys are involved in numerous professional networks, including the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), a comprehensive global network of local labor, employment, and immigration law attorneys. As the ELA's exclusive Nebraska member, we have access to powerful legal resources to best serve our clients facing national and global employment issues. The ELA has over 3,000 lawyers across the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world.

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