Wednesday, April 17, 2019

11:00 AM-1:00 PM

Louisville Bar Center
  • Judge $0.00
  • LBA YLS Member $15.00
  • Member $80.00
  • Non-Member $160.00
  • Paralegal Member $20.00
  • Sustaining $72.00

April 16, 2019 11:00 PM

  • Regular Lunch $8.50
  • Veggie Lunch $8.50

In any ever evolving world of Employment Law issues, our panel will explore some of the hot-button issues that face corporations and in-house counsel every day. 

The focused topics will include the following:

  • #metoo Movement and addressing heightened sexual harassment awareness in the workplace
  • Employment Law trends and EEOC updates
  • Transgender employment law issues

Speakers include: 

Michael Hornback
Throughout his seventeen years of practice, Michael has assisted clients in a broad range of litigation matters in front of administrative agencies and before state and federal courts in both Kentucky and Tennessee. His experience includes litigating a multitude of discrimination claims, allegations of hostile work environment, retaliation claims, employee theft allegations, and issues involving non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. Michael has been fortunate to participate in numerous trials over his legal career and such experience is invaluable to clients who find themselves inside a courtroom.

Jay Inman
A veteran advisor and litigator in Littler’s Kentucky office, Jay provides solutions to help employers of all sizes navigate today’s complex business world. He pairs experience-tested, broad knowledge of labor and employment law with deep understanding of his clients’ business, challenges, and opportunities. Jay serves as a go-to on drafting and enforcement of arbitration agreements, investigations in the workplace, and managing complex litigation, and he focuses especially on the healthcare and manufacturing industries.

Sarah Laren
Sarah advises and represents employers on a variety of labor and employment matters, including discrimination, retaliation, leave, and accommodation issues, and workplace safety. Prior to joining Littler, she spent four years serving as a law clerk to federal judges in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Sarah routinely draws upon her clerking experiences to provide clients with quick answers to tricky legal questions and preemptively address issues that may arise in the course of litigation.

LaToi Mayo
LaToi has over eighteen years of experience representing employers exclusively in regard to labor and employment law. A seasoned litigator, she has assisted clients in a wide variety of labor and employment issues before federal and state administrative agencies and in federal and state courts across the Commonwealth. She routinely advises employers with respect to diversity and inclusiveness, anti-discrimination and harassment, and wage and hour and compliance issues, and offers practical tips and solutions to help employers organize and manage the daily challenges that arise in the workplace with respect to these issues.

All handout materials are via electronic download. Paper copy may be purchased for an additional cost.

 

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be received by the LBA 24 hours in advance to receive a credit or refund. Substitutes will be allowed.

Credit Status: Approved
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