There is no doubt discovery has become more burdensome over the past 25 years as email and other electronic message systems became the communication method of choice for business. The volume of information even in relatively simple cases can be overwhelming. What many attorneys may not realize is that electronic information raises a host of ethical issues that need to be kept in mind when responding to discovery. This session will discuss those issues and how to avoid the mistakes that could result in unknowing violations of the ethical rules.
The presenter will discuss recent developments within the EEOC, in terms of such matters as agency priorities, personnel and budget news, and litigation outcomes. The presenter will also discuss significant developments in the law which pertain to the work which the EEOC does, namely, employment anti-discrimination.
12:10 PM - 12:55 PM
12:55 PM - 1:55 PM
NLRB Practice & Procedures for Unfamiliar Practitioners
This presentation will cover practice and procedures under the National Labor Relations Act and National Labor Relations Board’s Rules and Regulations and other policy memos, aimed at attorneys with moderate to little experience with the agency.