29 Lab. & Emp. L. 1 (2000-2001)

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Te Section as schedu ed   everal
outstarding CLE ofterings tthis fall.
   What You Shubo Knw1About the
Deportment of Labor and the Laws
that A  ct the Workplace This live
program and teleconference  be
held on Tuesday, September 26, at
the U.S. Department of Labor i
  ashington, D.C Conference atter
dees ill earm about the current s
sus arisling in three of the Depart-
olnt of LAbors ldrgest prograim
wage and hour laws and regulations,
aftirmative action and nondiscrimina-
tion obgaions for federal contrac
tors, and workplace health and safety
requirements. The~ program W  bene-
fit practitioners at all levels who rep-
esent management, unions, or indch
vidual employees with respect to a
wide range of workplace issues. For
those unable tc participate in Ws-
ington you may register to listen via
teleconference to the two-our session
(1:15 to 3:15 p.m. Eastern Time) on
waIge and hou laws and regulations.
   LEvaluating and Litigating Harass-
menit Case i the Twenty First Ccntu
ry This hive program wil.1 be eld on
Noven er 10 and 11 at the Swissotel
in Cicago This comprehensive pro
gra  v   help employer and employee
representatives to better evaluate and
itigate sexual and other harassment
elai   Judges and expert litigators i
the field   discuss the post-Ellerth
and Faraghar state of the law as it re-
late to sexual and other forms of ha-
rassment, includ'g the employer's af
firmnative defenses, retaliation clais
discovery and evideutiary isses
punitive and emotional distress dam-
ages, expert witnesses, and jury atti-
tudes and bia~ss


   Equal Employment Opportunity
Law Basics. This regional institute
wil be held on September 15 in Birm-
ingham, Alabama, and on September
22 in Wash gtn, D.C, This on-day
institute f feature speakers from
the plaintiff, efendant and union
bars as well as government officials.
  eistrants w  receive a comprehen-
siv introdnction to the federal and
state law affecting LEO practice a
well as basic information on the ad-
wnistrative process and t e hitigation
process. The program is designed to
benefit lawyers e onsultants, and
other professionals involved with
EEO practice Balanced discussions
bll he presented on substantive law
overview and state law overview, the
ad istrative pro.ess, ethical issues,
pre    nary issues and discovery, al
ternative dispute resolutions, pretria
issues and amages.
   Litigatior Skills Trainn. The Sec-
tion' s Employee Rights and esponsi-
bilities Co  ttee is fnaizing detais
for Litigation Skis Training pro-


grams in St. Paul,  nnesota, on Ge
tober 31. Programs are also being
scheduled for Detroit and Houston.
These one-day regional programs will
te~ach practitioners the s1s neces
sary to try employment law cases sue-
cessf y. The first program was held
this past March in San Diego. The
program wif present a balanced dis
euss on of the isses, Id experiened
hitigators from thc defendant and
plaintiff bars wi participate in every
session. This program wil benefit
both new and experienced labor and
cmployment law counsel.
   International Labor 1Law Commit-
tee Fall Program-Cape Town,
South Africa. This programwl be
held from November 12-18, 200. It is
dcsigned to provide a needed ex
change of information and experienice
between Section members anid leading
South  Arican labor law practitioners
and sciholars. Seriinars held at
the University of Stellenbosch Law
School w   focus on problems of em-
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