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  • WHERE: Barnes & Thornburg 201 S. Main St. Suite 400 South Bend, IN 46601 WHEN: February 9, 2023 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. (Eastern) The first day of a new year is the No. 1 day for new employment laws to take effect, and 2023 is no exception! 2022 was a busy year for labor and employment law at both the state and federal levels. Key developments occurred in federal and state courts and legislatures, EEOC, NLRB, Department of Labor, and Federal Trade Commission. These developments have profound and lasting effects on how employers must operate. During this seminar, Barnes & Thornburg attorneys will provide an overview of the most significant labor and employment law developments from 2022, and use these as a jumping off point to predict what is on the horizon for 2023. In addition to identifying and discussing key legal decisions and updates from 2022, speakers will offer practical strategies and advice to help companies navigate ongoing and future issues through 2023 and beyond. Topics will include: New state and federal legislation impacting workplace Developments at the NLRB affecting union and non-union employers Current status of FLSA, wage and hour, and minimum wage laws Navigating the increasingly complex patchwork of state and local employment laws The Federal Trade Commissions proposed sweeping ban on non-compete agreements U.S. Supreme Court cases to watch that impact the workplace This seminar will be presented in another session on Wednesday, February 8, co-presented by Michiana Human Resources Association. More information and registration for that session here. Barnes & Thornburgs session offers 1.5 hours CLE credit and 1.5 hours of HRCI credit pending. This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP(r) or SHRM-SCP(r). Questions? Email Amy Kintz or call 574-237-1140. SPEAKERS Janilyn Brouwer Daub Partner Higher Education Practice Chair Michael E. Durham Partner Jeanine M. Gozdecki Partner Teresa A. Maginn Of Counsel Michael Palmer Partner Benjamin Perry Associate Christopher Rubey Of Counsel
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