Maryland CLE - Employment Law Courses

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  • Understanding Religious Accommodations After The Groff Supreme Court Decision

    Employers are required to accommodate the religious beliefs of their employees pursuant to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. However, understanding what this means and how to ensure compliance is not easy. How has the Groff Supreme Court decision changed the meaning of “undue burden” under Title VII and how can an employer ensure compliance? What does the interactive process under Title VII look like and what documentation can an employer request? The answers to these and ot... More Info

    1General Credit
  • FLSA: New OT Rule: What You Need to Know

    This CLE program will explain the key provisions of the proposed FLSA Overtime Rule. You will learn how to prepare to comply while avoiding lawsuits and fines. What You'll Learn What will the new DOL rule change? How can you properly classify employees as exempt or non-exempt? What is the new salary level threshold? When will the new FLSA overtime rule take effect? What changes should you make in your organization to comply? Will there be court challenges to the new rule? More Info

    1General Credit
  • Pregnancy in the Workplace: Understanding the New Laws on Accommodations for Pregnancy and Lactation

    If you thought you understood your obligations from a legal perspective of handling a pregnant employee in your workplace, think again. The rules are changing so quickly it is often hard to keep up. This CLE will answer your most important questions on this topic such as whether you even have to accommodate a pregnant employee since a normal pregnancy is not a “disability” within the meaning of the ADA/ADAAA. What laws come into play when an employee requests to be able to take more... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Diversity & Inclusion: Recognizing the Damaging Effects of Implicit Bias in the Workplace

    Implicit bias, the unconscious associations that shape our thoughts and actions, is increasingly recognized as a crucial area of study. These biases often originate from our personal experiences, cultural backgrounds, societal norms, and media influences. This CLE program offers an in-depth exploration of implicit bias and its pervasive impact on the legal field and workplace dynamics. Attorneys will gain insights into how implicit biases can subtly influence behaviors and decision-maki... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • New Developments in Sports Law: A Time of Change in the Collegiate and Professional Landscape

    In the last year, college sports is seeing nothing less than a revolution. It's model of amateurism is under attack, both in antitrust litigation in the courts and at various regional offices of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB"). A day is coming where big-time college athletics will be professionalized, with new challenges and uncertainties for various stakeholders. In the professional sports area, team sales, an increasing fractured media rights universe and ongoing issues s... More Info

    1General Credit
  • 1st and 4th Amendment and Employment Cases: Difficult Issues and Lessons Learned

    Experienced litigators in the areas of First and Fourth Amendment Law and Employment Law share perspectives on difficult issues and lessons regarding some of the most interesting and timely issues of our day. The presenters will seek to impart lessons you may not have learned in law school or perhaps in some books so that newer and less-experienced counsel gain the competence to successfully handle these matters at the motions stage, at trial, on appeal or by settlement. Learn practica... More Info

    3.5General Credits
  • The ADA and Employment Discrimination

    This CLE course will focus on Title One of the Americans with Disabilities Act and what the requirements are on employers under the ADA. The class will go into detail as to what constitutes discrimination, conditions which must be accommodated, what type of accommodations a business is obligated to grant, what accommodations a business is not required to grant, the process to grant accommodations, and when a business is excused from accommodating an employee. The course will also inclu... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Cybersecurity Risks, Insurance, Employee Conduct, AI: What Does it All Mean to Lawyering in a Cyberworld?

    For the 9th year, Program Chair Mark Rosen and an expert faculty seek to inform the legal and business communities about the latest developments in the field of cybersecurity and lawyering in a cyber world that are too important to ignore. Our all-star faculty will address the key issues, threats, and the ever changing roles and responsibilities of attorneys and firms in a constantly evolving cyberworld. Topic to be discussed include: Is AI a marketing phrase or a tool? Cyber... More Info

    6Total Credits
    1 Ethics
  • Basic Business Lawyering For Small Company Clients

    Providing business law services to small company clients is similar to…but is not the same …as doing so for a medium sized or larger company. This CLE course is primarily directed to (a) beginning lawyers who plan to practice business law; (b) experienced lawyers who have switched, or plan to switch from other practice areas to business law and (c) in either case, to mostly represent “smaller” companies (e.g., typically less than $100M annual revenue; less than 500 employees). The cour... More Info

    3.75General Credits
  • Data Privacy in Higher Education

    This CLE is designed for lawyers who want a better understanding of the unique data privacy concerns relevant to higher education. Colleges and Universities must comply with data privacy standards that can impact students, employees, alumni, donors, and the work of the institution. The course is meant to provide a general overview of the topic of data privacy as it applies to the unique needs of this industry. More Info

    1General Credit

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