Teleconference: Discrimination? The Long View on How Employers Make Decisions
Today's increasingly litigious workforces compel employers to be ever vigilant in hiring, firing, and promotion decisions. On March 7th, Paul Hastings employment partners Co-Authors and Executive Editors of the Fifth Edition of Employment Discrimination Law, the official book of the American Bar Association on the subject will discuss key recent developments, including the following important topics:• How are Lower Courts applying the Wal-Mart v. Dukes decision in putative class actions under Title VII?• The enforceability of arbitration agreements in cases featuring Title VII claims.• The proper interpretation of the reasonable factor other than age defense.• The new EEOC guidance on use of arrest and conviction records in hiring; extensive EEOC enforcement.• Cats-Paw cases after Staub.• Limitations periods for pay-related claims after the Ledbetter Act.
Paul GrossmanLos Angeles, Employment Law Partner
Geoff WeirichAtlanta, Employment Law Partner
Ken GageChicago, Employment Law Partner
Kathy HuibonhoaSan Francisco, Employment Law Partner
Neal MollenWashington D.C., Employment Law Partner
DATEThursday, March 7, 2013
TIME9:00 am PT (12:00 pm ET)
RSVP by Friday, March 1 to Greg Buss at
CLE credit pending approval.