On Demand Employment and Labor Law CLEs

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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

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Employment & Labor Law CLEs

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An Update on the Office Market and the Workplace | Where We Go from Here

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

A recap of what we have seen in the office market during the last year and looking beyond in the wake of a pandemic, social unrest and working from home. The presentation will include topics such as the utilization of office space by law firms, trends in "papering the deal", and the impact on property values and tax appeals.

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  • Real Property
  • Employment and Labor Law
Construction in Indian Country | Labor and Employment Issues

1.0 Standard CLE Credit 

A contractor embarking on a tribal project needs more than just an enforceable contract. They need to know the rules that govern labor and employment on the project—rules that sometimes differ significantly from those that apply elsewhere. We’ll cover federal labor and employment standards that apply to Indian Country work, the limits of state regulatory jurisdiction, and recent cases. 

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  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Tribal Law
  • Construction Law
Diversity in Law Firms | Why it is lacking and strategies to address it

1.0 Elimination of Bias CLE Credit

Hear from three knowledgeable panelists who have studied, experienced and worked to address the lack of diversity in the practice of law. From law school to law firms, learn some of the causes and potential solutions to this issue and how we can all participate to address it.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Elimination of Bias
Eighth Circuit Case Law Update

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The last several years have resulted in important developments for federal employment law cases. Join us for an update of the important Eighth Circuit cases that directly impact Minnesota employment law practitioners.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Employee Retention Credit | A Closer Look at the ERTC

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress enacted legislation to provide relief to American businesses through the Employee Retention Credit (ERTC). The ERTC offers a significant opportunity for businesses to claim a refundable credit on qualifying wages paid to their employees. This program will explore the origins of the ERTC, the expansion of the credit through recent legislation and offer a practical approach toward claiming the credit. Attendees will learn how to advise clients on their potential qualification and the various ways to claim the credit.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
How to Walk the Talk on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | an Employment Law CLE on Recruiting and Hiring Best Practices

1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE Credits

Effectively recruiting and hiring a diverse workforce means more than just taking the steps to avoid discrimination. Learn tips to “walk the talk” and address challenges in creating a more inclusive workplace, such as “screening in,” uncovering bias in the hiring process, and realigning job search efforts. This CLE, to promote inclusion in hiring, is presented by the MSBA Labor and Employment Section for employment lawyers and those in positions to hire lawyers and law clerks.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Elimination of Bias
  • Employment and Labor Law
In-House Counsel Insights on Hot Employment Law Topics

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Panelists will cover a variety of hot topics in the employment arena, including hybrid work, complying with pay equity requirements and posting requirements, changes in hiring approaches, employee speech in the hybrid workplace and on social media, and much more!

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  • CATEGORY
  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Business Law
Investigator Training | Key Differences Between Minnesota and Federal Law Regarding Employment Law Claims

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Emma Denny (plaintiff-side attorney) and Jack Sullivan (defense-side attorney) will cover some of the key differences between Minnesota and federal law regarding common employment law claims and summarize recent cases in which Minnesota courts have departed from federal jurisprudence with respect to employment law claims.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Investigator Training | Workplace Investigations | Understanding the Impact of Recent Court Decisions

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Cynthia Bremer (defense-side attorney) and Heather Tabery (plaintiff-side attorney) will summarize recent state and federal case law defining actionable harassment and discrimination. They will also discuss employer best practices and workplace investigations pointers in light of these court decisions
 
Investigator Trainings are sponsored by the MSBA Labor & Employment Section and planned for the benefit of investigators at our governmental agencies.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Judicial Roundtable | Best Practices in MN Employment Litigation, including Discovery, ADR, SJ, and Trial

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

A roundtable discussion with state trial judges regarding best practices for employment litigants in state courts, including a plaintiff-side and employer-side issues relating to: typical discovery disputes, ADR, summary judgment, and trial.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
McDonnell Douglas and the Direct Method | A New Normal on the Horizon?

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Hear from plaintiff and defense counsel on the potential impacts of Hanson v. State Dep’t of Nat. Res., 2021 WL 1525296 (Minn. App. Apr. 19, 2021), rev. granted in part (June 29, 2021), on the future of McDonnell Douglas and the “direct method.”

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  • Employment and Labor Law
NLRB Update | Changes Afoot, Caselaw Developments, and the Ongoing Impact of the Pandemic

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This presentation will focus on the recent changes in the General Counsel’s Office; changes to casehandling and prosecutions based on rescission of GC memos and initiatives; interesting Board cases that have issued since October; and the ongoing impact of the pandemic on election and unfair labor practice cases.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
Oh Henry! An Analysis of Adverse Employment Actions and Other Legal Issues

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join local employment attorneys in a discussion of Henry v. Indep. Sch. Dist. #625 as they analyze multiple issues before the Court, including adverse employment actions, constructive discharge, and the Frieler defense.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
The New Workplace | Remote Working Policies

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

If you work out of your bedroom, you might spend something like 20 hours a day in the same room. Even if you don’t, working from home during the pandemic, with kids, extended family, and pets, has all but erased the separation we normally expect between our work and our personal lives. Join us to learn what experts and industry leaders have recommended (and adopted in their own lives) to maintain work-life balance and achieve best practices.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Small Firm Practice
  • Public Law
  • Employment and Labor Law
U.S. Immigration in COVID-19 | Options and Solutions for Employers and Employees

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The economic recovery in the pandemic has caused significant strain for employers in search of key talent.  The U.S. government's response to COVID-19 has erected an array of barriers to sourcing their talent including evolving legal barriers to travel and administrative processing barriers.  Tune in as Scott Borene and George Maxwell discuss everything from common options and solutions for employers in search of talent including the current and upcoming H1B lottery as well as the impact on those options of the most recent October 25th Presidential Proclamation and CDC order on international travel to the United States, which will go into effect on November 8th, 2021.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Business Law
Who’s the Boss? The ever-shifting landscape of independent contractors, misclassification and joint employers

1.0 Standard CLE Credits

Join us as we discuss the most relevant and important changes in these areas to date and how to anticipate changes in the future.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Employment and Labor Law
Workplace Disability Accommodations in the time of COVID-19

1.5 Standard CLE Credits

Two experienced civil rights lawyers discuss the reasonable accommodation law, the versatility of the legal standards, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to reimagine the universe of accommodations.

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  • Employment and Labor Law