The SJCBA presents a Masters Series MCLE: Current Developments in Labor and Employment Law on Monday, January 24, 2022, at noon via Zoom, or In-Person at Drivon School of Law. This program qualifies for one (1.0) hour of General Requirement Credit. All attendees must be registered one day in advance. If you are attending via Zoom, meeting information will be provided to you the morning of the event.
Cost: SJCBA Members - $20 via Zoom | $25 In-Person
Program Description: For several years this program has been indispensable for attorneys who practice in the area of employment law and for attorneys who are employers. Join us for the annual in-depth look at a number of key developments in employment law in 2021, including new statutory development and recent appellate decisions in the areas of discrimination and harassment, independent contractor classification, wage and hour issues, safety and COVID-19, and employee leaves of absence.
Presenter(s): Jamie Bossuat, Attorney, Kroloff, Belcher, Smart, Perry & Christopherson
Jamie Bossuat, a shareholder with Kroloff, has spent her career practicing employment law. Her practice includes a wide range of matters including harassment, discrimination, leaves of absence, wage and hour cases, and whistleblower cases. She provides a variety of services to her clients including policy development and review, employee training, investigations, and representation in administrative proceedings and civil actions. She has offered presentations and trainings on employment law topics for both lawyers, human resources professionals, and employers.