The Supreme Court Speaks…Are you Listening?

2015 Employment Law & Legislative Conference
Workplace Application: You will gain a thorough understanding of the most important labor and employment-related decisions from the Supreme Court and what you need to do to protect yourselves from legal liability.
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With each ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court is permanently shaping federal employment law principles. This session will examine the key employment law decisions from the last few terms—focusing on the facts of each case, the court’s rationale, the long-term implications and how the decision will impact the employer community. This session will also include a review of pending cases for the upcoming term.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, March 23, 2015 - 10:15am to 11:45am

Joseph L. Beachboard

Joseph L.

Joseph L. Beachboard is a nationally recognized expert on employment law issues. He serves as managing director of Ogletree Deakins, an employment law specialty firm with more than 850 attorneys in 53 offices. In addition to representing management in a wide variety of employment and labor matters, Mr. Beachboard speaks regularly before HR and employer groups on cutting-edge employment law topics. He is a member of SHRM and for the past two decades has been a presenter at SHRM’s Annual Conference & Exposition and Employment Law & Legislative Conference. Mr. Beachboard also has developed an expertise in providing informative and engaging training programs—and has worked with dozens of companies around the country, including the cast and crew of dozens of NBC television shows (such as The Office and The Tonight Show) and the contestants, judges, and crew of several competition shows (such as So You Think You Can Dance and Master Chef).



Renaissance Ballroom West B
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Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
HR Expertise
Business Acumen
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