Covid-19 HR & Legal IssuesAmy McAndrew, Esq., Director of Legal and Compliance Services — MEA We will discuss the latest Covid-19 employment-related issues your business is facing, including returning to the physical workplace, vaccination and workplace safety measures.
2021 Virtual HR & Employment Law Conference
The 2021 HR & Employment Law Conference will offer a range of invaluable insights into the latest trends and developments in HR and employment law.
During this 2-day virtual conference, you’ll hear from a lineup of expert speakers curated by MEA’s legal team bringing you the latest legal and regulatory updates. Perfect for HR professionals, business owners and executives, corporate counsels, managers and supervisors, MEA’s premier annual event is always a great learning opportunity.
ScheduleJune 10, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
June 11, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
CreditsHRCI: 4.5 Credits
SHRM: 4.5 Credits
CLE: 4.5 Credits
CPE: 5 Credits
Speakers & Topics
Employment Law 2021… and Beyond: What Happened, What’s Next, and What to do About ItMichael G. Trachtman Director, Wisler Pearlstine General Counsel Initiative One of the most daunting challenges employers face will focus on an array of foundational changes in employment law. Learn how to use the coming changes in employment law as a key to future success.
Latest EEOC Enforcement TrendsDebra Lawrence, Regional Attorney, Philadelphia District Office — Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Learn how discrimination law is ever evolving, and how the EEOC’s enforcement and litigation efforts impact your organization.
Conducting Workplace Investigations in a Virtual WorldKelly Day, Esq. — Day Law Group We’ll revisit the do's and don'ts of workplace investigations, with an emphasis on the unique challenges of virtual investigations.
Medical & Recreational Marijuana and the WorkplaceDan O'Meara, Shareholder and Janice Dubler, Shareholder — Ogletree Deakins Hear about developments and trends in state and federal laws concerning marijuana (including New Jersey and Pennsylvania), and how these changes affect the workplace.
DEI and the Law: Pronouns in the WorkplaceCiana Williams, Esq. — Senior Employment Council and Diversity and Inclusion Leader — MEA We will discuss the state of the law around pronouns in the workplace, and raise awareness as to why some companies are encouraging employees to share their pronouns with coworkers and clients.
“Relevant, current and delivered in a manner that held my interest.”– Donna S.
“Speakers were lively, informative and the content was very relevant and helpful.”– Suzanne C.
“One person HR Departments need this information and there is no easier way to get it.”– April A.
“Always great speakers and topics. Particularly enjoy the annual legal update by Michael Trachtman to start the day.”– Donna S.
“The conference is always worthwhile and appreciate all the efforts that go into making this a great day for all attendees.”– Christy B.
Cancellations & Refunds
Substitutions are accepted and encouraged when you are unable to attend. If you are unable to attend, you may cancel up to 5 business days before the conference and your company will not be billed. If you must cancel* within 5 business days, or if you do not cancel and do not attend, your company will be charged the full price of the conference.
*Cancellation notice must be received in writing. Email us to cancel or change your registration.