Obama, Tea Party, Health Care, Jobs: A Midterm Review of the Impact on Labor and Employment Law
529 14th Street Northwest
Keynote Speaker: 112th Congress Agenda
Senior Advisor to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Luncheon Guest Speaker
MSNBC Chief Washington Correspondent
Registration and Breakfast 8:00 a.m.
Midterm Briefing with Lunch 8:45 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
Reception 5:00 p.m. — 6:00 p.m.
In 2008 Barack Obama promised a renewed focus on labor and employment issues. Following his inauguration, we witnessed an increase in the enforcement of employment regulations and a series of labor-friendly appointments.
Now, as a result of the 2010 midterm elections, the economic and social issues affecting our country will continue to have a profound impact on the workplace.
At this unique time, Epstein Becker Green will address the changes we have experienced over the last two years and offer practical advice on how employers should deal with this dynamic process as we move forward.
INTRODUCTION AND OPENING REMARKS: Jay P. Krupin and Ronald M. Green
Wage Hour: Michael S. Kun, Betsy Johnson
Employment Discrimination: Amy J. Traub
Labor Relations: Jay P. Krupin, Steven M. Swirsky, Ana S. Salper
Employee Benefits: Joan A. Disler, Gretchen Harders, Michelle Capezza
Health Care: Lynn S. Snyder, Douglas A. Hastings, Mark E. Lutes
Immigration: Robert S. Groban, Jr., Pierre Georges Bonnefil, Jang Hyuk Im
Supreme Court: Stuart M. Gerson, Frank C. Morris, Jr., Peter A. Steinmeyer
Labor and Employment Law 2011 Forecast: William J. Milani, Allen B. Roberts, David W. Garland, Joseph D. Guarino