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January 5, 2023 | 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM CST


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Overview (Program Summary)

ACC Houston Half Day CLE Webinar
The Future of Work
January 5, 2023 | 1 pm - 5 pm | Webinar

Join top law firm and in-house counsel subject matter experts as we discuss the impacts, changes, and challenges surrounding the future of work and the workplace.  Our team will offer legal and practical insights into issues facing in-house counsel in the coming year.  Topics will range from changes in the workplace, drug testing and law trends, layoffs industry insights and impacts, labor challenges, artificial intelligence in the workplace, and pay transparency. 


Program: The Future Of Work (1-1:05pm)

Session 1 (45 minutes): Changes in the Workplace (1:05-1:50pm)

Session 2 (30 minutes): Drug Testing Under the New Drug Laws (1:50-2:20pm)

(5 minute break)

Session 3 (30 minutes): Layoffs – What to Expect and How to Do Them (2:25-2:55pm)

Session 4 (30 minutes): The Rise of Labor Unions  (2:55-3:25pm)

(5 minute break)

Session 5 (30 minutes):  Legal Issues Surrounding the Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace (3:30-4:00pm)

Session 6 (30 minutes): Complying with the New Pay Transparency Laws (4:00-4:30pm)

Session 7 (30 minutes):  Virtual Networking and Q&A (4:30-5pm)

Session 8: Closing statement (5pm)

Interest Area(s): Employment and Labor


The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is a global bar association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for and whose primary responsibility is providing legal advice to corporations, associations and other private-sector organizations. Accordingly, the ACC Houston Chapter reserves the right to limit attendance at any of its Continuing Legal Education (CLE) events to ACC Houston Chapter members or non-ACC chapter member in-house attorneys only. If you are not an in-house attorney and wish to attend a CLE event, you may only do so, space permitting, if you are accompanied by an in-house attorney from your company or organization.

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Credits: 3.50
State: TX
Category: Labor & Employment

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