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Labor and Employment Takeaways from 2015 and What to Expect in 2016

March 16, 2016
Milwaukee Athletic Club - Milwaukee, WI

After recovering $525 million for alleged victims of discrimination, the chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission called 2015 a “record year for the EEOC” and a “pivotal moment to renew EEOC’s national commitment to combating discrimination.” Indeed, 2015 was a year of transformational change for labor and employment law in Wisconsin and across the country. Think transgender employees, post-Affordable Care Act wellness programs, use of independent contractors and increased joint employer risk. It appears that 2016 promises to be just as transformative, with the added nuances of an election year.

This one hour CLE program will highlight some of the hot issues from 2015 and focus on key takeaways for corporate counsel. We will look to 2016 with an eye towards proactive steps corporate counsel can take to best position their company for the changes that lie ahead in labor and employment law.


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