Welcome to our HUB CLE Center. We deliver accredited content so that you can fulfill your continuing education obligations. Our lawyers frequently host events that cover a diverse range of industries and sectors. You can participate in virtual live events, or watch programs on-demand in the convenience of your home or office 24/7.
We hope our CLE Center will become your go-to resource.
In the third webinar of our four part CLE series, our e-Discovery and Analysis Technology lawyers will discuss the importance of identifying new technologies adopted to support remote work, assessing value in new technologies and understanding government implications, incorporating new technologies into information governance policies and procedures, and preparing to account for newly adopted technologies in litigation.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a number of rulings in its most recent term that will have an impact on the work of corporate counsel, from Dobbs to rulings on employer vaccine mandates and arbitration rules and procedures.
In the last webinar of our four part CLE series, our Labor, Employment, and Workplace safety lawyers will discuss how to navigate the application of state and local wage and hour, anti-discrimination, and paid leave laws to a hybrid workforce, policies and addressing employee relations in a hybrid workplace, and evaluating enforceability of restrictive covenants on newly remote workers.
In the second webinar of our four part CLE series, our Data Privacy lawyers will discuss the cybersecurity and privacy risks associated with a remote workforce, the evolving regulatory environment that will impact almost every company handling personal data, and "best practices" to get a handle on privacy and cybersecurity risks.
In the first webinar of our four part CLE series, our tax lawyers will discuss discerning the ways in which remote work arrangements may cause a company to establish nexus in a state and become subject to the state's tax obligations, and understanding the range of tax obligations that a company may face when its employees work remotely from within states that differ from their assigned office locations.
In honor of World Autism Month in April, Disability:IN DC Metro and K&L Gates host a webinar discussion among leaders in the neurodiversity and autism at work fields. The goal of the discussion is to help attendees learn more about autism and neurodiversity, how workplaces can most effectively accommodate and support employees who are neurodivergent and/or on the spectrum, and developing neurodiversity and autism at work programs.
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