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2016 New Mexico Labor & Employment Law Conference

Past Details

June 2, 2016
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sandia Resort
30 Rainbow Road
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Registration Fee: Complimentary

Jackson Lewis is pleased to open registration for our 9th annual New Mexico Labor & Employment Law Conference which will be held Thursday, June 2, 2016.  Once again, we will be conducting our program at the Sandia Resort and Casino and we will deliver the topic sessions in our popular “rapid fire” format.  As always, there is no registration fee to attend and we will pursue all of the sought-after accreditations.  Please see below for our topics.  Seating will be limited and failure to register pre-conference could result in being turned away at the door.


  • 37 Pieces of Flair or 38 Special: 
    New Mexico's Open Carry in the Workplace
  • A Meeting with the Bobs: 
    The EEOC Comes Calling - The Rise in Disability Discrimination Investigations
  • Ummm, I'm Gonna Need You to Go Ahead and Come in Tomorrow... That Would Be Great: 
    Final Overtime Rule Release Date and Other Wage Hour Issues
  • Sounds Like Someone Has a Case of the Mondays: 
    Sharpening Your Management Skills for Positive Employee Relations
  • Jump to Conclusions Mat: 
    LGBTQ -   Managing an Evolving Workforce
  • The Ratio of People to Cake is Too Big: 
    EEOC's Proposal to Collect Pay Data from Employers
  • Switching from Swingline to the Boston Stapler:
    OSHA’s Big Pivot: How the New Electronic Recordkeeping Rule Impacts Injury Reporting, Prevention and Drug Testing Programs
  • Coversheets and Memos: 
    An Overview of Recent Legislation, Regulatory Changes That Affect the Workplace
  • …If I Had a Million Dollars?  I Would Invest Half and Take the Rest Over to My Friend Who Works in Securities: 
    The Increased Risk of Fiduciary Liability for Employee Pension and Health and Welfare Plans
  • And Here's Something Else Bob, I have 8 Different Bosses Right Now: 
    Determining Joint Employer Status in the Workplace
  • Uh, Don't Worry About Him, He's Cool: 
    E-Verify and STEM OPT Issues

Our program has been approved for 5 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and 5 professional development credits through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).  Pending 5 NM CLE credits.