The Labor and Employment Law Section, co- sponsored with the Solo and Small Firm Section present
What every Employment Lawyer should know about Workplace Investigations
||Thursday, August 19, 2021
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
With the rise of movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp, workplace investigations are more prevalent than ever and must be handled properly. The speakers will use real world examples from their practices to provide common issues that arise during the course of investigations and discuss best practices from the investigator, employer counsel, and employee advocate points of view. These diverse perspectives will provide tips and strategies for how you can best represent your client in the context of a workplace investigation.
- Factors to consider when advising clients on whether to conduct a workplace investigation
- Role of advising attorney versus the neutral investigator
- Elements of an effective workplace investigation
- Post-investigation considerations
Carmen Leon, NLRB and Peter Roldan, Emergent LLP
Event Code: G210303
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