I’m a management-side employment lawyer. It’s my job to go to court and defend employers and executives accused of all different types of misconduct, including sexual harassment. Over the last 20 years, I have seen it all. Some of my cases involve relatively tame allegations, like telling dirty jokes around the watercooler. And I have also been involved with cases involving extremely serious accusations, including indecent exposure, unwanted touching, and sexual assault. I spent a fair amount of time watching the Kavanaugh hearings. Like everyone else I know, I have a strong opinion on whether or not the nomination should be approved, but I did not write this article to share my personal opinions. There are enough political commentators on cable news shows doing that already. From an employment litigation and human resources perspective, there are several important lessons to be learned.
Join Cohen Seglias’ Labor & Employment Group for a seminar on cutting edge labor and employment law issues impacting your business. Featuring speakers Marc Furman, Jonathan Landesman, Steven Williams, Christopher Carusone and Mark Leavy, the team will present on April 28th at the Union League in Philadelphia, May 5th at the Hershey Country Club and May 12th at The Omni William Penn Hotel. This year our group will cover retaliation cases, workplace relationships, workplace investigations and a new feature—our first ever interactive panel discussion and Q&A featuring questions from you! Participate in the debate as our panelists cover the most significant developments in labor and employment law in 2014 and address your concerns about what lies ahead for 2015.
Continental breakfast starts at 8:00AM, the seminar begins at 8:30AM and ends at noon. The program is approved for 3 CLE & CPE credits. There is no charge and space is limited. Register here or for questions, please contact Rachel McNally at 215.564.1700 or email@example.com.