Sexual harassment is all over the news and new allegations are being made daily. This session will feature an interactive discussion on the ethical implications of harassment and discrimination in the workplace and the importance of not just "checking the box" when it comes to educating your employees on workplace policies that address all types of harassment. You'll also learn best practices when a harassment claim is made, including in-house counsel and general counsel reporting responsibilities.
1.5 hours of NC Ethics CLE pending.
No cost for students, full-time law school faculty and staff,
and RTAC-ACC members and their non-lawyer colleagues.
$25 for ACC-eligible non-members.
Checks payable to RTAC-ACC or cash can both be used at the door.
By credit card, send payment to [email protected]
About the speakers:
Ken's practice experience encompasses various areas of employment-related litigation. He advises clients and litigates cases involving all forms of employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, and breach of employment contracts from small start-up companies to Fortune 500 corporations. See his complete bio here.
Emily's practice focuses on a wide range of labor and employment law issues, including personnel policies and handbooks, background checks, employment discrimination and harassment, employee discipline and termination, drug and alcohol testing, and various wage and hour matters. See her complete bio here.