Fredrikson & Byron’s Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar

Waiting for another shoe to drop? Keep in step with whatever comes next.


Dates:
Tuesday, October 27 & Thursday, October 29, 2020

Times: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. CT each day

Supplemental webinars will be hosted on November 5, 12 & 19 at 12 p.m. CT

Register for Seminar

Seminar Agenda & Details

Location: Online

Hosted By: Fredrikson & Byron’s Employment & Labor Group

Program Details

Waiting for another shoe to drop? Keep in step with whatever comes next.

Turn confusion into confidence and anxiety into action. Learn how during Fredrikson & Byron’s Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar.

Now offered in an online, two half-day format, this year’s seminar gives you a leg up on new and familiar employment law topics. Hit your stride with practical solutions and useful guidance on remote work policies, mental health issues, reasonable accommodation, diversity and inclusion, discipline at a distance and more. In addition to the two half-day sessions, supplemental webinars will provide deeper dives on pressing topics.

Each year, Fredrikson & Byron’s Employment & Labor Law Seminar helps professionals like you skillfully traverse workplace changes. No matter what the future holds, Fredrikson & Byron is with you every step of the way.

Looking for solid footing amid uncertainty? Join us this fall.

Seminar Agenda

Details on the seminar agenda can be found on the event registration webpage.

Cost: $75


Supplemental Webinars

Put your best foot forward after a deeper dive into these additional topics:

Topic: Employee Benefits Update
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2020
Time: 12-1 p.m. CT
Cost: $25

Attorneys from our Compensation Planning & Employee Benefits group will do a review of changes made by the SECURE Act, CARES Act and other recent guidance. This webinar will help you put your best foot forward when it comes to current developments in retirement, health and other benefit plans.

Register for November 5 Webinar


Topic: Remote Workers – Here to Stay?
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 12-1 p.m. CT
Cost: $25

Is remote work here to stay? This webinar will cover legal compliance and practical issues applicable to remote workers during this time of COVID-19 and beyond. It will address laws applicable to remote workers, multi-state considerations, employer and employee rights, practical tips, HR policy considerations, frequently asked questions and save time for your specific questions.

Register for November 12 Webinar


Topic: Litigation Trends in the COVID-19 Era
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: 12-1 p.m. CT
Cost: $25

Is the thought of potential litigation keeping you on your toes, or up at night? Join three Fredrikson & Byron litigators for a discussion of real-life cases that reflect current trends in employment litigation and investigations. Walk away with up-to-date information on what’s happening in the word of employment ligation, including how COVID-19 has impacted claims, lawsuits and settlement, along with tips and best practices for mitigating risk.

Register for November 19 Webinar


Statement from Teresa M. Thompson, Chair, Employment & Labor Department

Fredrikson & Byron hosts annual employment law seminars in Minneapolis, Bismarck, Des Moines and Fargo each fall.  To ensure that we can bring this year’s programming to you all in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our planning team has decided to pivot to an online format for 2020.

The format and presenters for these programs have varied by location in the past, so this year’s agenda will look a little different for everyone participating. We hope you’ll join us as we showcase our full Employment & Labor team, from all of our offices, for some educational and interactive learning this fall!

Fredrikson & Byron Presenters

Pamela Abbate-Dattilo
Beverley L. Adams
Kristy L. Albrecht
Nancy S. Anton
Brian T. Benkstein
Lukas S. Boehning
Robert C. Boisvert
Ingrid N. Culp
Erin M. Edgerton
Thomas B. Henke
Jade B. Jorgenson
Mary M. Krakow
Kristin LeBre
Debra J. Linder
Bryan J. Morben
Olivia N. Norwood
Penny S. Oleson
Bridget R. Penick
Emily S. Pontius
Anne M. Radolinski
Joseph M. Sokolowski
Kendra D. Simmons
Teresa M. Thompson
Ashley R. Thronson
David G. Waytz

 

Continuing Education

Applications for HRCI HR (General) credits, Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM and CLE credits in Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota have been submitted for each program.

Live attendees for the seminar and/or webinars will receive a follow-up email with continuing education details after each program.

On-Demand Access

An on-demand recording of the seminar will be available to seminar registrants following the live program. Registrants will be notified by email when these recordings become available.

For each webinar that you register for, you will have access to an on-demand recording of the program. Registrants for each webinar will be notified by email when these recordings become available.

Platform Details

The seminar and webinars will be held using ON24. Test your system in advance of the program or read more about the minimum system requirements here.

Questions:          events@fredlaw.com

 

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Seminar Agenda & Details

Register for November 5 Webinar

Register for November 12 Webinar

Register for November 19 Webinar