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Arthur R Ehrlich, of Goldman & Ehrlich, gave a seminar at the Lake County Bar Association’s Employment Law Conference on state and federal laws that protect employees from retaliation by their employers when they engage in protected activity. The conference was held on April 22, 2015
LCBA Retaliation in Employment – by Arthur R. Ehrlich
The following lecture presentation was given to the Lake County Bar Association’s Employment Law Committee and focused on the topic of Legal issues in Social Media and Social Networking. It discussed how employers might violate the law if they base employment decisions (termination, refusal to hire, etc) on items that an employee has posted on social network sites, and how those postings could be used as evidence both for and against the employee in a lawsuit.
Legal issues in Social Media and Social Networking – by Arthur R. Ehrlich
This lecture was on the topic of Law Firm HR Decisions and Polices, it was given to the Illinois Creditors Bar Association. It was intended to teach law firms as employers about the various employment laws. So, when hiring and terminating their employees, they can avoid violating employment laws and avoid lawsuits by their employees.
Law Firm HR Decisions and Polices – by Arthur R. Ehrlich
This lecture presentation was given to Education Directors at Religious schools who were members of the National Association of Temple Educators. Similar to the presentation to the Illinois Creditors Bar Association, it focused on making directors aware of employment laws and what types of actions and decisions against employees might violate these laws.
A B C’s of Employment Discrimination for Educators – by Arthur R. Ehrlich