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Covering All the Bases: Critical Issues – Creative Solutions

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May 24, 2016
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Great American Ball Park
100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Champions Club
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Registration Fee: Complimentary

The Cincinnati Office of Jackson Lewis welcomes corporate decision‑makers with employee-relations responsibilities, human resource executives and professionals, in‑house counsel, chief executive officers, accounting and financial executives to its annual interactive half-day program discussing new developments and practical actions when confronting employee issues. Sessions include:

The Current Employment Law Playing Field
A panel of Jackson Lewis lawyers will discuss and respond to questions concerning new legal developments, recent local jury verdicts of note, and things in-house counsel should consider when conducting risk analysis.

Preventing the Homerun: Ten Steps to Avoid Whistleblower Cases
A presentation concerning actions in house counsel and HR teams can employ as measures to prevent and minimize whistleblower risks.

Investigations: Lessons Learned from the NFL in “Deflategate”
An in depth review of the recent “deflategate” NFL episode and lessons in house and HR teams should take away from the opinion when considering the approach to in house investigations.

Don’t be Left in the Outfield: Preparing for the Transition Under the New Overtime Regulations
A presentation by the former Administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division concerning the upcoming new regulations and steps employers should take now to ensure transition to compliance.

“There’s No Crying in Baseball”: Preventing Claims of Pay Discrimination
Pay discrimination is a hot button systemic risk (even in professional sports).  This presentation will identify risks and steps in house counsel and HR teams should employ to prevent pay discrimination risks.

*Please join us before the program for registration and a buffet lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Rebecca Frondorf at or 513-719-5726.