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Epic Victory: Arbitration Agreements in the Workplace

Central
Webinar Only

Program Overview:

In Epic Systems v. Lewis, the Supreme Court recently paved the way for employers to include collective and class-action waivers in arbitration agreements. However, arbitration agreements are not necessarily a panacea and for those employers for whom they do make sense, they need to be carefully drafted and implemented. This session explores the answers to questions such as:

  • What does this decision mean for employees and employers?
  • What attacks on arbitration agreements remain post-Epic?
  • Should employers embrace arbitration agreements (and when)?
  • How should an employer roll out an arbitration agreement?

Who Should Attend:

This seminar is designed for human resources professionals, executives, supervisors, and in-house counsel. Quarles & Brady reserves the right to limit or restrict attendance to the program.

CLE:

We will apply for 1.0 hours of continuing legal education credit in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. We will issue a Certificate of Attendance to Arizona attendees as the State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. We will issue a Certificate of Attendance to District of Columbia attendees as the District of Columbia Bar does not have a Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement.

If you are a member of another jurisdiction that does not honor CLE credit from AZ, DC, FL, IL, IN, MN, VA, or WI, we will be happy to provide the materials needed in order for you to apply for CLE credit. Please contact Jennifer Michalski, Quarles & Brady's CLE Coordinator at [email protected].

Questions?

Please contact Meg Smeck at 602-230-4615 or [email protected].


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