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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10 Litigation Tips for Defending Minnesota Public Employers

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Public employers sued in civil litigation face unique challenges and may assert unique defenses. They are exposed to a wider array of claims than private employers. They benefit from an array of immunities, but sorting through which ones apply can be daunting, and securing the benefits of them at the most meaningful time—pre-discovery dismissal of a complaint—can be challenging.

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  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Public 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
Employment Mediation | What Is Everyone Really Thinking?

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This program will focus on mediation of employment claims and related types of disputes. A panel, comprised of a plaintiff’s employment lawyer, an employment defense lawyer, and a mediator experienced in handling employment issues, will walk through the stages of a mediation of an employment case. 

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  • Employment and Labor Law
  • ADR
Here’s Henry | An Assessment of Henry v. Independent School District 625

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The recent Henry ruling has added new analysis in Minnesota caselaw for hostile work environment claims under the Minnesota Human Rights Act. It also analyzes adverse employment actions in the form of constructive discharge and adds clarification regarding the plaintiff’s burdens when bringing these claims.

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  • 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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  • 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 | The CROWN Act, Affirmative Action, and Other Developments in Race Discrimination Law

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Janet Olawsky (employer side attorney) and Brendan Cummins (employee-side attorney) will cover the Minnesota CROWN Act, the potential implications of the affirmative action cases before the United States Supreme Court, and other developments in race discrimination law. 

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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
New Years’ Resolutions | Ensuring an Ethical 2023

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit

A new year brings with it a great opportunity to address ethical concerns, and to learn about potential ethics issues that you may not be aware of, but that could present concern. This CLE will cover several ethics topics that are often overlooked, but that can result in lawyers facing discipline.

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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 Impact of the NLRB’s Recent McLaren Macomb Decision on Employment Severance and Settlement Agreements | What Attorneys Need to Know

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Are confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses illegal??? The impact of the NLRB’s Recent McLaren Macomb Decision.

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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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  • Small Firm Practice
  • Public Law
  • Employment and Labor Law