This seminar will help human resource professionals and other business managers spot important employment issues in advance and be proactive and confident in dealing with evolving workplace issues.
Topics will range from new FLSA overtime issues to new proposed Delaware legislation to the Supreme Court’s stance on sexual orientation and transgender protections.
Additionally, a hot topic seminar would be incomplete without the latest COVID-19 guidance.
Finally, the speakers will present a few case studies on various employment laws to provide a sampling of real fact patterns that can evolve into legal risks as well as how the court ruled.
*Earn 1 SHRM/HRCI credit for your participation.
Jennifer Jauffret and Lori Brewington are attorneys at Richards, Layton & Finger, Delaware’s largest law firm. Award-winning employment lawyers, they represent a wide variety of business clients in their labor and employment matters in Delaware and neighboring states. Jennifer and Lori provide customized solutions and practical legal advice to the many issues that arise in workplace relationships.
Jennifer heads Richards Layton’s Labor and Employment Group. She has been recognized in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers of America, Benchmark Litigation, Super Lawyers, and Delaware Today, where she was the state’s top voter getter in Labor and Employment Law.
Committed to pro bono work in the community, Jennifer leads the firm’s guardian ad litem team, which represents children in abuse and neglect proceedings, and is the past chair of the board of directors of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington. Mother of five children, Jennifer also coaches middle school basketball at Ursuline Academy.
Lori’s employment law practice is enhanced by her background as a human resources professional—experience that has given her added insight into the issues her clients face. Lori has been named in Chambers USA, Super Lawyers, the Lawyers of Color Hot List, and Delaware Today, where she is listed as the 2019 top vote getter in Labor and Employment Law and featured in the magazine’s “Hottest Topics on the State’s Legal Scene” article. Lori devotes many hours to pro bono work, and she serves on the boards of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Delaware and Action for Delaware’s Children, Inc. A Delaware native, Lori has a three-year- old daughter.
- SHRM Members: Free
- Future-Members: $10