Emily J. Bordens will speak at the New York City Bar CLE program, “Employment Law Essentials: What New York Practitioners Need to Know About Discrimination, Leaves of Absence, Employee Privacy Issues & More” on July 21.
Emily will speak on “Discrimination in the Workplace” where she will discuss what constitutes a “hostile work environment,” what happens when an employee complains about discrimination or other unlawful conduct and more.
From the NYC Bar website:
Whether you are a general practitioner, an in-house generalist, or a full time employment lawyer, you should not miss this program. This program is a practical survey of the latest developments in three core areas of employment law that are rife with traps for unwary New York lawyers: discrimination, including retaliation; time off and leaves of absence; and employee privacy concerns. The faculty, some of the New York’s top employment law practitioners, will give you essential tips about sometimes thorny issues that cannot be ignored.
CLE credits available.