Northeast Ohio Chapter

1.5 CLE, Realistic Expectations of the NLRB: Reversal of Obama Labor Policies, Business as Usual or Something in Between? Sponsored by Littler Mendelson


Sponsored By:

Littler Mendelson
1100 Superior Avenue East, 20th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114


President Trump is expected to create a dramatic shift in labor policy, although exactly how policy will shift is unclear. The program’s panel of traditional labor lawyers will break down the early signals from the Trump Administration and analyze changes at the National Labor Relations Board that may help predict the direction of labor policy and its implications for employers.

    Topics that will be discussed in this session include:
-    Expedited elections
-    Section 7 rights and protected activity
-    Class action waivers
-    Joint employer liability
-    The persuader rule
-    Appropriate bargaining units
-    Management rights clauses and the duty to bargain

In addition, our panel will cover significant developments occurring prior to the conference in a rapidly changing legal and regulatory landscape.

8:00 am -  8:30 am     Registration
8:30 am - 10:00 am    Presentation


John Billick, Shareholder
Craig Brown, Shareholder
Frank Buck, Shareholder
Meredith Shoop, Associate

Nicole Gray, Goodyear


Credits: 1.5 CLE (This course has been approved by the Ohio Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 total CLE hours)
State: Ohio; UCA forms will be available at the CLE


Betsy Keck, Executive Director, ACC NEO
Phone: 216.333.3008


FREE to members, law students and faculty; non-members $40

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