August 19, 2011
Masters Series: Employment Law
No matter how you look at it, employment law is varied and complicated. That’s why this year’s Masters Series: Employment Law (September 9) is looking at this practice area from several perspectives. Program organizers, William A Nolan, Barnes & Thornburg, LLP and Marie-Joelle C. Khouzman, Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP, have lined up a top-notch panel of presenters and topics. These include Social media by Christopher Hogan, Newhouse Prophater Letcher & Moots; Pamela S. Krivda, Chester Wilcox & Saxbe; and William J. O’Malley, Attorney at Law. The Honorable Jeffrey S. Sutton will provide a view from the bench and Sandra J. Anderson, The Ohio State University, will join John Kahle, Honda of America Mfg., Inc. for a presentation on perspectives for both sides from legal departments. Following a Supreme Court Update, there will be two breakout sessions. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose two of the following 1) Developments and compliance with the U.S. Department of Labor presented by John R. Dudash, Jr., U.S. Department of Labor, 2) Senate Bill 5 presented by Benjamin S. Albrecht, Downs Fishel Haas Kim and 3) Tips and trends with arbitration and mediation presented by Robert E. Hanson, Scherner Hanson & Cornwall and Donald N. Jaffe, Weston Hurd LLP.
For more information about this and other CLE programs at the CBA, please visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.4112.