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Alaska (AK) Labor Law CLE Course Catalog

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The Evolving Workplace and the Surge in Unionization
The modern workforce is undergoing a significant transformation, driven by two powerful forces: the rise of the hybrid work model and the surge in unionization efforts. As organizations adapt to a new era of work, it is crucial for legal leaders to understand the implications of these changes and embrace a new mindset that fosters collaboration, productivity, and positive labor relations. Join us in this thought-provoking session as we explore the mindset shift required to navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by the hybrid workforce and the growing presence of unions in the corporate landscape.

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Coming Down the Pike: New Developments in Labor & Employment
Environmental laws and the regulatory structures that enforce them have developed recently as we have collectively recognized that pollution and environmental contamination pose a threat to our health and safety. This session will focus on how environmental litigation plays an important role in keeping industries and businesses accountable to environmental laws and regulations. Panelists will provide information about current environmental laws, and also take a look at the role that environmental litigation plays in the development of new environmental laws as well as the enforcement of existing laws.

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The Buck Stops Here: Tackling Workplace Harassment & Discrimination at Every Level
Even with recent cases, making headlines, and the rollout of employee protections through recent legislation, harassment & discrimination remains unquestionably under-reported. Tackling workplace harassment must begin at a granular level, impacting an overall cultural shift that will truly eradicate workplace harassment & discrimination. Panelists in this session will examine key components to ending these behaviors, as well as provide an internal infrastructure, built to combat harassment at every level. This session will cover: - Training programs - stop the harassment before it becomes a claim - preventative measures. What is my responsibility as GC or member of the management team? - Different obligations when it comes to preventing harassment and discrimination Leading organization through crises around discrimination and harassment - case examples, how it was handled

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Unpacking the Upcoming FTC Non-Compete Proposal: Managing Employee Rights and Business Interests
Non-compete agreements have been a longstanding practice in many industries, but concerns have arisen regarding their potential adverse effects on innovation, entrepreneurship, and the job market. However, Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) proposed regulations on non-compete agreements have created a fresh set of challenges for legal departments, especially in regard to the protection of trade secrets and potential disruptions to market competition. Join this session as our panelists explore the nuances of non-compete agreements and consider alternative approaches to better balance employee rights and business interests.

General Counsel Conference

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Collective Bargaining Agreements: Critical Issues and Strategic Practices Explored
Listen as The Knowledge Group presents labor and employment attorneys Edmund J. O’Meally (Pessin Katz Law, P.A.) and Patrick C. Campbell Jr., (Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP) in an engaging discussion on the key areas of collective bargaining agreements. This course will also share an in-depth analysis of critical issues and effective strategies in negotiating CBA.

The Knowledge Group

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95 minutes
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Independent Contractor or Employee: The Dangers of Misclassification
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) are continuously taking initiatives to improve each agency’s law enforcement, specifically against employee misclassification. Guided by their standards, the DOL and the NLRB aggressively enforces the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) respectively to expand the scope of classifying joint employers while narrowing the scope of categorizing independent contractors. Join a panel of key thought leaders and distinguished professionals as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the latest enforcement trends in classifying employees. Speakers, among other things, will offer practical compliance strategies in this rapidly evolving regulatory landscape.

The Knowledge Group

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Independent Contractor Misclassification Litigation: Demystifying Tools and Tactics
The flexible work arrangement has become a norm in the post-pandemic time, presenting hurdles among company decision-makers when it comes to employee classification. Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor can pose legal risks to employers including liability claims related to employment taxes, interest, and penalties. Join a panel of key thought leaders and professionals as they provide a comprehensive discussion of the existing regulations, emerging developments, and notable cases involving independent contractor misclassification. Speakers will also offer practical tips and compliance strategies to mitigate potential risks in this evolving legal landscape.

The Knowledge Group

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New and Changing Labor & Employment Regulatory Landscape
The many nuances of the changing regulation for labor and employment are front and center for GCs and their companies right now. This session will dive deep into understanding how to deal with the different patchwork of rules in different places and across jurisdictions, including the changing landscapes and residual effects of COVID-19. Join our speakers as they discuss the current labor and employment landscape, the most pressing challenges and how to avoid future pitfalls in this space.

General Counsel Conference

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Labor & Employment Regulatory Update
The volatility of the last year has been felt especially hard for those in labor and employment. Navigating the tricky landscape of labor & employment regulations can feel especially challenging with a changing workplace. Listen to our panel of experts as they explore the ins and outs of labor & employment regulation in this informative session.

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