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What's Hot? What's Not? Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law

In this informative and entertaining session, we will review this year's latest Supreme Court cases, lower court cases from around the country, and new laws and regulations which every human resources professional needs to know. We'll cover it all, from developments in sexual harassment issues, wrinkles under the FMLA and ADA, to trends in labor law affecting every workplace

5/17/2018
When: Thursday, May 17, 2018
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Doubletree by Hilton Kansas City - Overland Park
10100 College Blvd.
Monterey Room
Overland Park, Kansas  66212
United States
Contact: Lisa Miller


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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM  Registration & Networking
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Lunch & Announcements
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Presentation

What's Hot? What's Not?  Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law

In this informative and entertaining session, we will review this year's latest Supreme Court cases, lower court cases from around the country, and new laws and regulations which every human resources professional needs to know. We'll cover it all, from developments in sexual harassment issues, wrinkles under the FMLA and ADA, to trends in labor law affecting every workplace.

Participants will learn:

  • Summaries of the latest labor and employment court cases.
  • Descriptions of new legislation and regulations affecting HR Practitioners.
  • The latest trends in employment and labor laws and regulations.

This program has been approved for 1.5 credit by the HRCI and SHRM.

 

Speaker Bio:

Michael Blumenthal is a founding member of Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC, a Kansas City-based law firm representing businesses across the United States in employment matters and business litigation. Mike was named by The Best Lawyers in America as the 2017 “Lawyer of the Year” in Kansas City in labor and employment litigation. He was recognized by Missouri Lawyers' Weekly as one of Missouri's 2018 "Legal Champions" for his work in a lawsuit his firm filed on behalf the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City, which obtained more than $175 million for the benefit of the Kansas City community. Mike has received numerous other professional accolades for his work as an employment lawyer and as a trial lawyer representing businesses. Mike is the past president and a former board member of the Society for Human Resource Management of Johnson County, and he is frequent speaker at human resources and employment law seminars. Mike received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Kansas. He is also is an accomplished martial artist, holding a fifth degree black belt in traditional karate. 

 

Chapter Meeting Cost:

Member:  $30.00  

Non-Member:  $45.00  

Student: $15.00  

(There is a $5.00 off Early Bird rate in effect through May 8, 2018)

 

Food Drive for New Hope Food Pantry: 

Right here in Johnson County is a community food bank called New Hope Food Pantry.  Located at 13310 S Black Bob Road, adjacent to the New Hope Presbyterian Church, they serve Johnson and Miami County residents in need of assistance.

When school lets out for the summer, oftentimes the food pantries experience increased requests for assistance, because children don’t benefit from free or reduced meals at school.  We would like to help replenish their shelves!  Please join us in this effort and bring a contribution to the May chapter meeting!

Items they can always use are dry hot and cold cereals, soup, canned meat and chili, peanut butter, jam or jelly, canned pasta meals (“Chef Boyardee”) canned fruit and vegetables, pasta and pasta sauce, juice and juice boxes, cereal and granola bars.

 

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There is an additional $5.00 service charge for all walk-in registrations.

SHRMJC's Cancellation Policy:  If you must cancel your reservation, please do so no later than 72-hours prior to the event. We are required to turn in the number of registered attendees to the Ritz Charles for planning purposes and must pay for the number of attendees we anticipate, whether they attend or not. As a not-for-profit organization we simply can't afford to pay for no-shows.  Thanks for understanding!