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2012 Employment Law Conference

2012 Employment Law Conference

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Whether you are interested in state or federal issues, the plaintiff or defense perspective, whether you are new to employment law or a seasoned professional …

Register today for this year's Employment Law Conference! http://www.cobar.org/cle/item.cfm?EventID=EM050312L

Choose the Litigation Track, the Counseling Track, or a combination of the two …

Your experienced and knowledgeable faculty will give you balanced and comprehensive reviews of key cases, legislation, regulations, and the most recent news for you and your clients.
Whether you are interested in state or federal issues, the plaintiff or defense perspective, whether you are new to employment law or a seasoned professional …

Register today for this year's Employment Law Conference! http://www.cobar.org/cle/item.cfm?EventID=EM050312L

Choose the Litigation Track, the Counseling Track, or a combination of the two …

Your experienced and knowledgeable faculty will give you balanced and comprehensive reviews of key cases, legislation, regulations, and the most recent news for you and your clients.

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Submitted for 13 Hours CLE Credit,Including 1 Ethics Credit 
COLORADO'S PREMIER EMPLOYMENT LAW CLE CONFERENCE! 
MAY 3-4, 2012
At the Grand Hyatt Hotel,
1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO
EmploymentLaw 2012
Co-sponsored by the CBA Labor and Employment Law Section 
TWO TRACKS TO CHOOSE FROM! INCLUDING THESE IMPORTANT TOPICS:
I
The New Federal Judges: Perspectives from the Bench
I
Religious Rights in the Workplace
I
The Whistleblower’s Dilemma
I
Regulating Social Media in the Workplace
I
Handling Mental Health Disabilities in the Workplace
I
A High-Energy IGNITE Presentation on Pro Bono Resources and Opportunities
… and much more! 
REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLINE!Go to www.cobar.org/cle 
FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Samuel Estreicher 
 ,
Dwight D. Opperman Professor of Law 
New York University School of Law 
“Labor Law Reaching into Employment Law: Reflections on Pyett and D.R. Horton” 
 
W
hether you are interested in state orfederal issues, the plaintiff or defenseperspective, whether you are new toemployment law or a seasoned professional …
Register today for this year’s EmploymentLaw Conference!
Choose the Litigation Track, the CounselingTrack, or a combination of the two …Your experienced and knowledgeable faculty will give you balanced and comprehensive reviewsof key cases, legislation, regulations, and the most recent news for you and your clients.
8:30 amRegistration and Continental Breakfast8:55 amWelcome and Introduction
Extended by 
Amy Hartman, Esq.,
and 
Mari Newman, Esq.,Program Co-Chairs 
9:00 - 10:00 amNew Federal Judges – Perspectives from the Bench
PLENARY SESSION
Presented by the 
Honorable Judge William J. Martinez 
and the 
Honorable R. Brooke Jackson 
10:00 - 10:30 amIGNITE* Presentation on Pro Bono Resources and Opportunities
PLENARY SESSION
*
Ignite is a fun, fast-paced, high-energy presentation where faculty memberswill speak about their pro bono experiences for five minutes.
Introduced by 
Judges Martinez 
and 
Jackson 
Presented by 
Edward P. Butler, Esq.
,
Michelle Ferguson, Esq.
,
Charles Garcia, Esq.,Diane King, Esq.
, and 
Mari Newman, Esq.
10:30 - 10:45 amNetworking Break10:45 - 11:45 amLabor Law Reaching into Employment Law: Reflections on Pyett
PLENARY SESSION
and D.R. Horton
Presented by 
Samuel Estreicher, Esq.
11:45 am - 1:00 pmLunch – On Your Own
IN DENVER!
MAY 3-4, 2012
At the Grand Hyatt Hotel
1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80202
Submitted for 13 Hours CLE Credit, Including 1 Ethics Credit 
TRACK 1:LITIGATION TRACK
1:15 pmUnderstanding Key Tax Issuesin Employment Cases
Presented by 
Robert Wood, Esq.
2:20 pmAttorney-Client PrivilegeIssues: In-House Counsel,Third Party Investigations,Control Group
Presented by 
Brett Painter, Esq.,
and 
Darold Killmer, Esq.
3:20 pmNetworking Break
TRACK 2:COUNSELING TRACK
1:15 pmReligious Rights in the Workplace
Presented by 
Theresa Corrada, Esq.,
and 
Qusair Mohamedbhai, Esq.
2:20 pmHot Topics Under the Fair LaborStandards Act: Recent Trends
Presented by 
Lee Christian, Esq.,
and 
Steven Moore, Esq.
3:20 pmNetworking Break
PROGRAM AGENDA:
DAY 1 • THURSDAY • MAY 3, 2012
DAY 1 BREAKOUT SESSIONS BEGIN 
EMPLOYMENT LAW 2012
 
DAY 1 BREAKOUT SESSIONS CONTINUE 
PROGRAM AGENDA:
DAY 1 • THURSDAY • MAY 3, 2012
continued 
TRACK 1:LITIGATION TRACK
3:40 pmThe Intersection of Bankruptcyand Employment Law
Presented by 
Lisa Hogan, Esq.,Jay Smiley, Esq.,
and 
Charlotte Sweeney, Esq.
TRACK 2:COUNSELING TRACK
3:40 pmHealth Care Issues for 2012and Beyond
Presented by 
Tracy Johnson, PhD,MA,
and 
William N. Lindsay III,CLU, CEBS, RPA
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE EMPLOYMENT LAW 2012 SPONSORS: 
I
Stevens-Koenig Reporting
I
Bloomberg BNA
I
JAMS
I
LexisNexis
8:15 - 8:55 amRegistration and Continental Breakfast8:55 - 9:00 am Announcements9:00 - 10:30 amCase Law Update
PLENARY SESSION
Presented by 
Joan Bechtold, Esq.
and 
Bill Berger, Esq.
10:30 - 10:45 amNetworking Break4:45 - 5:45 pmAdjourn to Cocktail Reception Sponsored by CBA/CLE
DAY 2 BREAKOUT SESSIONS BEGIN 
TRACK 1:LITIGATION TRACK
10:45 amTo Blow or Not to Blow TheWhistleblower’s Dilemma
Presented by 
Diane King, Esq.,
and 
Jessica Brown, Esq.
12:00 pmLunch - On Your Own1:15 pmGeneral Evidentiary Issues inEmployment Law
Presented by 
the Honorable Christine Arguello, John Culver,Esq.,
an
David Powell, Jr., Esq.
2:35 pmRegulating Social Media inthe Workplace And UsingSocial Media in Litigation
Presented by 
Philip Gordon, Esq.,
and 
Hollie Wieland, Esq.
3:45 pmNetworking Break
TRACK 2:COUNSELING TRACK
10:45 amExpanding the Protections ofSection 7 of the NLRA: How Faris Too Far?
Presented by 
Michael Belo, Esq.,
and 
Patrick Scully, Esq.
12:00 pmLunch - On Your Own1:15 pmADA: Handling Mental HealthDisabilities in the Workplace
Presented by 
Laurie Scott Paddock, Esq.,
and 
Michelle Ferguson, Esq.
2:35 pmERISA Basics
Presented by 
Darren E. Nadel,Esq.,
and 
Curtis Kennedy, Esq.
3:45 pmNetworking Break
PROGRAM AGENDA:
DAY 2 • FRIDAY • MAY 4, 2012
4:10 - 5:00 pmEthics
PLENARY SESSION
Presented by 
Margaret Funk, Esq.
, and 
Katy Rothgery, Esq.
5:00 pmAdjourn

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