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Cosponsored by the D.C. Bar Corporation,
Finance and Securities Law Section; Labor and
Employment Law Section
Date:
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Time:
6–9:15 p m
Credit:
3 0 Credit Hours
Fee:
$89 Cosponsoring Section Members;
$99 D C Bar Members; $109 Government
Attorneys; $129 Others
Faculty:
R Scott Oswald (Faculty Chair and
Moderator), The Employment Law Group,
PC; other faculty listed below
Description:
This course is ideal for attorneys
who want to keep up with the many signifi-
cant developments in employment law over
the past year Leading employment practitio-
ners will provide a quick update on the practi-
cal impact of the most important new develop-
ments in employment law from both the
employer and employee perspective, including:
• Recent developments in FMLA pregnancy
discrimination law (intersection of FMLA,
ADA, and PDA)
Faculty:
Lynne Bernabei,
Bernabei & Wachtel, PLLC; Susan
Carnell, Lorenger & Carnell PLC
• New protections under Dodd-Frank and
ethical considerations in blowing the whis-
tle
Faculty:
David Marshall, Katz Marshall
& Banks LLP; Dan Westman, Morrison &
Foerster LLP
• Social media and employment law: risks to
employees and employers
Faculty:
Dave
Scher, The Employment Law Group PC ;
Elizabeth Torphy-Donzella, Shawe
Rosenthal LLP
• Recent enforcement priorities at EEOC
and DOL (including discrimination
against the long-term unemployed, crimi-
nal background checks, credit checks, and
immigration status)
Faculty:
Donna
Rucker, Gebhardt & Associates, LLP;
Carter DeLorme, Jones Day
• New wage and hour protections to home
healthcare workers and new retaliation
protections pursuant to U S Supreme
Court
Kasden
decision and 4th Circuit
decisions
Faculty:
Nicholas Woodfield,
The Employment Law Group PC ; Paul
DeCamp, Jackson Lewis LLP
Cosponsored by the D.C. Bar Arts,
Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Section;
Intellectual Property Law Section
Date:
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Time:
6–9:15 p m
Credit:
3 0 Credit Hours
Fee:
$89 Cosponsoring Section Members;
$99 D C Bar Members; $109 Government
Attorneys; $129 Others
Faculty:
Gail E Ross, Trister, Ross, Schadler
& Gold, PLLC
Description:
Led by publishing law expert Gail
Ross, this course will introduce you to publish-
ing law, including the publishing industry and
how it affects the law You will learn about the
negotiation of a book publishing contract
through a clause-by-clause discussion, as well as
receive practice tips and insights The course
will introduce you to a variety of publishing
industry agreements, including literary agency
agreements, collaboration agreements, and mag-
azine agreements, and bring you up to date on
some important recent developments and legal
issues affecting publishing law Course materials
will include a sample book publishing contract
Cosponsored by the D.C. Bar Courts, Lawyers
and the Administration of Justice Section;
Criminal Law and Individual Rights Section
Date:
Monday, October 22, 2012
Time:
6–9:15 p m
Credit:
3 0 Credit Hours
Fee:
$89 Cosponsoring Section Members;
$99 D C Bar Members; $109 Government
Attorneys; $129 Others
Faculty:
Bryan W Brown, Law Office of Bryan
W Brown; Thomas A Key, Attorney at Law
Description:
New legislation on breath ana-
lyzer procedures in the District of Columbia
is expected to pass by the end of the summer
This class will explain the new law and help
you understand the process for handling DUI
cases in the District of Columbia Find out
about pre-arrest screening, how to administer
field sobriety tests, and possible defenses to
impaired driving cases Our faculty will take
you through the complete process of a DUI
case, from the police stop to court and
beyond