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Monday – Friday, October 26-30, 2020

Each one-hour session will be presented at the following time every day:
10:00 a.m. Pacific
12:00 p.m. Central
1:00 p.m. Eastern

Register Now!

Join us for Hinshaw's 25th Annual Labor & Employment Seminar, for a week of practical and engaging virtual programming. We are offering the seminar free of charge this year, allowing unprecedented access for those who may have not previously participated in our in-person seminar. Each day we'll hold a one-hour session that will examine and analyze some of the most pressing issues affecting employers today. 

The week will kick off with our ever-popular Year in Review session on Monday. We will provide guidance on new and changing laws—and there is much to discuss as a result of COVID-19—along with recent decisions that impact both small and large employers. Mid-week sessions will feature current challenges in immigration, privacy in the workplace, and state-specific whistleblower and retaliation discharge claims. We will culminate the week on Friday with an Advice on Tap session where Hinshaw attorneys will spend the hour answering attendee questions.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is ideal for legal, business, and human resource leaders of public and privately-held companies and not-for-profit organizations spanning a wide range of industries, including banking and finance, construction, education, food and beverage, health care, hospitality, insurance, manufacturing, professional services, and retail.

Agenda


Click below to access the full agenda.

Link to agenda

Continuing Education Credit


As in previous years, attendees may be able to earn CLE, HRCI, and SHRM continuing education credit for the 25th Annual L&E Seminar.

CLE
You may earn up to 4.00 General CLE Credits by attending the seminar. CLE accreditation forms will be emailed to registrants in advance of the program. Please have your state bar association number available to complete your accreditation form. CLE credit hours are not guaranteed and may vary from state to state. For questions regarding CLE Credit, please contact Hinshaw’s CLE Coordinator, Cari Trevino at ctrevino@hinshawlaw.com.

HRCI
Application is pending. Information will be emailed to registrants requesting HRCI credit once the program is approved.

SHRM
You may earn up to 5.75 Professional Development Credits by attending the seminar. The Activity ID and additional instructions will be provided to attendees during the program.

For questions regarding HRCI and SHRM credit, please contact Cheryl Winkowski at events@hinshawlaw.com.

Registration & Fees


Online registration available now! We are offering the seminar free of charge this year, allowing unprecedented access for those who may have not previously participated in our in-person seminar. Advance registration is required for our virtual event.

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Questions?
Contact events@hinshawlaw.com

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