Frank C. Morris, Jr., Member of the Firm, serves as Planning Chair of this ALI-ABA Teleseminar conference titled "Supreme Court Update 2010-2011 Term."

Held annually, this two-hour teleseminar and audio webcast examines the Supreme Court's decisions impacting the labor and employment law area. The program will provide insight on how the decisions—including the Court's much-anticipated decision on class actions, its continuing expansion of retaliation protections, and the validation of the "cat's paw" theory—immediately impact both employment law advice and litigation.

About the Program

  • Total 60-minute hours of instruction: 2.0; Total 50-minute hours of instruction: 2.4. (Note: No Ohio CLE credit is available for this program.)
  • Suggested Prerequisite: Experience in employment law and litigation.
  • Educational Objective: To learn about the recently-issued decisions of the United States Supreme Court in the area of employment and labor law.
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate

For more information and to register, click here.

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