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An Employment Law podcast series for human resource executives and in-house counsel which features conversations with labor and employment lawyers with global expertise on key employment law topics and trends, immigration news and other important HR legal solutions for global and multinational companies.
 
Welcome to the Ogletree Deakins podcast page. Here, you can expect to hear timely and conversational discussions on labor and employment law topics covering the latest developments and trending issues impacting employers. We encourage you to subscribe and also rate and review if you find the podcast useful. Contact us with topics you’d like to hear, questions, and feedback at client.services@ogletree.com or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter (@OgletreeDeakins).
 
This series of podcasts features experts who analyze the latest developments in the legal and policy world. The podcasts are in the form of monologues, podcast debates or panel discussions and vary in length. The Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speakers. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange regarding important current legal is ...
 
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The National Labor Relations Board has been busy, with new standards about offensive workplace conduct, labor contract management rights clauses, discipline issues, arbitration, and independent contractors, among other things. And the NLRB has proposed and adopted more regulations – addressing joint employer status, representation election procedur…
 
In the November edition of our Third Thursdays series, special guest Tom Davis discusses about the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) election procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Davis reviews the new guidelines from the November 9, 2020, NLRB’s decision regarding the use of manual- and mail-ballot elections.…
 
In addition to the challenges being felt by the rest of the world due to the pandemic, Yemen is facing unique challenges as an effect of the ongoing war. In this episode, we discuss the impact the war has had on employment relationships and related claims, as well as everyday life. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment iss…
 
In this episode of our Global Solutions podcast series, Rebecca Marks and Jean Kim discuss whether employers can host workplace holiday parties during the COVID-19 pandemic and the gathering restrictions in a number of jurisdictions. The speakers also provide alternatives to in-person gatherings to aid employers in maintaining employee morale.…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode, we discuss employment measures provided by the Spanish government to help companies during these challenging times. We also review the temporary layoff procedure in Spain, also referred to as ERTEs. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. S…
 
The post-modern social science framework of “critical race theory” is well-known in certain academic circles and trending in corporate settings. CRT-inspired concepts and terminology-- such as “white privilege,” “intersectionality,” “implicit bias,” “microaggressions,” and “systemic racism”—are increasingly used in ethnic studies curricula in highe…
 
We are pleased to present the annual Mike Lewis Memorial teleforum. Professor Lewis was a naval aviator, internationally renowned law professor, and tireless public advocate for a principled and wise application of the Law of Armed Conflict, consistent with both the values and interests of the United States. He was a great friend of the Federalist …
 
In his new book The Property Species, Chapman University law professor Bart Wilson offers a strikingly original look at the origin and meaning of private property. Unlike scholars who argue that property is a “social construct,” Wilson argues that property is a deeply and uniquely human practice. Incorporating insights from history, linguistics, la…
 
In NFIB v. Sibelius, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by branding the penalty for not buying health insurance as a tax. In 2017 however, the Republican-controlled Congress under the newly elected President Trump enacted an amendment to the ACA that set the penalty for not buyi…
 
In this episode, we discuss the new Omnibus Law in Indonesia. The intention behind the law was to make it easier to do business in Indonesia, bolster investment in the country and in turn create jobs. However, there has been much controversy, as many groups have expressed concerns about the law's effect on the environment, human rights, and media f…
 
In this podcast, Danielle Ochs, Jenn Betts, Bud Bobber, and Simon McMenemy discuss the global shift to remote work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The speakers explain recent strategies regarding telework, including digital collaboration tools, robotics and automation, cybersecurity advances, data collection and privacy, and technological sol…
 
This teleforum reviews the November 4 oral argument in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. In March 2018, Philadelphia’s Department of Health and Human Services stopped placing foster children with families certified and supported by Catholic Social Services because the agency, as an arm of the Catholic Church, has a sincere religious objection to endo…
 
As a convicted felon, Charles Borden Jr. was in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) when caught at a traffic stop with a pistol. Under the Armed Career Criminal Act, Borden was sentenced to nine years and seven months imprisonment. The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee relied on the 6th Circuit Court's decision in United Stat…
 
When it enacted the FTCA, Congress waived sovereign immunity and accepted vicarious liability for certain torts committed by federal employees. The judgment bar provision of the FTCA provides that the judgment in an FTCA action “shall constitute a complete bar to any action by the claimant, by reason of the same subject matter, against the employee…
 
When it comes to juvenile convictions and sentencing, some gray areas may be encountered. Brett Jones found himself a product of this uncertainty in his post-conviction relief proceeding. At the age of 15 Jones stabbed his grandfather to death and was sentenced to life in prison; however, at this hearing the Mississippi Supreme Court ordered he be …
 
In this episode, two of our legal experts share their observations with regard to mandatory vaccinations (not specific to flu, but generally) in the employment context, and related issues, like accommodations for disabilities and religious beliefs. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Sp…
 
In this episode of our Global Solutions podcast series, Jaslyn Johnson and Rebecca Emery discuss what constitutes a COVID-19 workplace outbreak or cluster in various jurisdictions. The speakers also cover the different requirements placed on employers that are faced with an outbreak, including mandatory disinfection procedures, the use of contact t…
 
A hazardous condition at a multiemployer worksite causes potential liability to each and every employer there, regardless of which employer caused the hazard or exposed its employees to that hazard. While OSHA’s multiemployer worksite doctrine is most commonly associated with the construction industry, employers in every industry sector need to und…
 
The new Supreme Court ruling prohibits employers from discriminating against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. In this webinar to podcast, legal experts discuss how this landmark decision impacts the employment landscape and what it means for employers. Subscribe to our podcast to…
 
Under the Clean Water Act, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must approve clean water intakes, used by factories to cool machinery, before any are built. The EPA is required to consult with the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service to conduct a study of the new intake on marine life. The Sierra Club made a Freedom …
 
Join us as Beth Williams, the U.S. Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Policy at the United States Department of Justice, discusses the priorities and work of her office during COVID-19 and 2020. Featuring: Hon. Beth A. Williams, Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Policy, United States Department of Justice Teleforum calls a…
 
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) makes it a crime (and a tort) to access “without authorization” a computer to obtain information from that computer. But is the CFAA limited to cases in which an outsider hacks into a system or database to gain information, or does it also cover cases where a person who has permission to be on the system uses…
 
In this webinar to podcast, we discuss the natural tensions between expression and speech on campus and address issues frequently arising in the current social and political climate. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Peter Walts (Employment Law Alliance / Global), Michael Po…
 
In this episode of our California labor law podcast series, Maria Anastas and Sean Kramer discuss the rights of employees to refuse to work and how those rights have been exercised during the COVID-19 pandemic. The speakers also address how the National Labor Relations Board evaluates what constitutes protected activity.…
 
In the third episode of our three-part podcast series on Cal/OSHA litigation, Karen Tynan and Kevin Bland discuss violations of due process such as whether Cal/OSHA workplace safety citations and notices of penalty give clear notice and provide employers with the ability to prepare a defense. In addition, the speakers discuss whether workers may be…
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode, we discuss the current economic crisis and its effect on unemployment, support for employees/employers when faced with reduced work and macro-economic relaunch plans for the future. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Michaela…
 
In this podcast, Charles Thompson and Betsy Johnson discuss the California Fair Chance Act and the new regulations and guidance that the California Fair Employment and Housing Council and Department of Fair Employment and Housing have issued about the law. The speakers explain the state law’s prohibitions on what employers can ask applicants regard…
 
In the second episode of our three-part podcast series on Cal/OSHA litigation, Karen Tynan and Kevin Bland discuss Cal/OSHA’s jurisdiction versus the jurisdiction of the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). In addition, the speakers discuss the various classifications of workplace safety citations, including classification …
 
From Employment Matters - Europe: In this episode of Employment Matters - Europe, we discuss legal bases for vacation entitlements of employees in Germany. Subscribe to our podcast today to stay up to date on employment issues from law experts worldwide. Speakers: Philippe Durand (August Debouzy Avocats / France) & Stefan Lochner (Beiten Burkhardt …
 
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