OSB Corporate Counsel Section Fall CLE
October 5, 2015, 11:30 AM - 4:15 PM
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OSB Corporate Counsel Section Fall CLE (October 5, 2015)
- 11:30AM to Noon: Registration
- Noon to 1:00PM: Lunch
- Noon to 2:00PM: Kathy Hindman and Fran Barnwell of Bullard Law: Marijuana legalization, new sick time laws, and other HR topics
- Marijuana legalization
- New sick time laws (Portland/Seattle/potentially Oregon)
- NLRB attack on handbook policies (applies to unions as well as non-unions)
- White collar worker OT exemptions
- 2:00PM to 2:15PM: Break
- 2:15PM to 3:15PM: Andrew Altschul and Paul Buchanan of Buchanan Angeli Altschul & Sullivan: The ADA after 25 years: What are the current trouble spots?
- What are the most important impacts of the ADA Amendments Act?
- Can employers uniformly apply conduct rules when disability causes misconduct?
- What are the biggest reasonable accommodation mistakes?
- What do supervisors need to know about the ADA?
- Should we communicate with the employee’s doctor? When and how?
- 3:15PM to 4:15PM: OSB Deputy GC Amber Hollister and Oregon DOJ Director of Consumer Outreach & Education Ellen Klem: Mandatory duty of Oregon lawyers to report elder abuse
- Get a firsthand look at Oregon’s new mandatory elder abuse reporting requirements effective January 1, 2015
- Learn the definition of elder abuse, statutory reporting requirements, and how to reconcile the duty of confidentiality and attorney-client privilege
- Discuss hypothetical scenarios based on real-life situations