Must-Watch March CLE: Managing Workplace Harassment Complaints, Social Media in the Workplace, and More

Katie Carelli | March 2, 2020

It’s March - the month that brings us the first day of Spring, St. Patrick’s Day, and even National Pi Day. Here at Lawline, we’re bringing you a lineup of brand new CLE. With topics ranging from managing a workplace harassment complaint to using social media in the modern workplace, something is sure to pique your interest.

  • Criminal Record Relief for Survivors of Human Trafficking. Many survivors of human trafficking don’t interact with the criminal legal system until their own arrest for sex work, however, the majority of states now offer some form of criminal record relief for trafficking survivors. This program reviews which states have these laws, how attorneys can work to implement them, and best practices for attorneys working with survivors. Airing March 5, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)
  • An Employer’s Guide to Managing Workplace Harassment Complaints. Mishandled complaints of workplace harassment can lead to loss of revenue for the business, financial liability, lowered employee morale, and even public ridicule. This course discusses how employers can respond to complaints of workplace harassment to minimize liability and create a respectful workplace with effective anti-harassment policies. Airing March 10, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. (EST)
  • Social Media and the Modern Workplace: How Online Speech Has Transformed the Legal Landscape. Social media has transformed the legal landscape of the workplace. What are the legal pitfalls of employers investigating a potential employee on social media? How does social media play a role in misconduct investigations? Can an employer discipline an employee based on social media posts? Tune in to this program to learn the answers to these questions - and many more. Airing March 23, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. (EST)

 

If you can’t attend a live webcast, don’t worry! All of our courses go on-demand within 48 hours after airing (and you can check them out with our free trial). Check out some recent highlights: 

  • SCOTUS Preview 2020 Part I: Criminal and Immigration Law. Learn about the most anticipated criminal and immigration law cases that will be decided in the Supreme Court’s 2020 term. The cases discussed are: Kahler v. Kansas, Trump v. Vance, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. City of New York, and Trump v. NAACP. If you’re interested in learning more, check out Part II for a review of anticipated constitutional and civil liberties cases! Originally aired on February 3, 2020
  • Influencer Marketing for Entertainers, Agencies, and Advertisers. With a rise in the use and popularity of influencer marketing, attorneys should be aware of the shifting legal landscape around influencer advertising regulations. This program will focus on influencer marketing as it pertains to artists and entertainers, the FTC’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials, and how it applies to social media marketing. Originally aired on February 6, 2020
  • Negotiating Strategies for Settlements in Family Law Cases. As the majority of family cases are now resolved through a negotiated settlement, it is imperative that attorneys in this field possess strong negotiating skills. This program offers methods to prepare both the case and the client for negotiation, and strategies to address potential conflicts. Originally aired on February 27, 2020

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Written by Katie Carelli

Katie was raised in Fort Lauderdale, FL and decided to brave New York City after graduating with her M.A. in English Literature from Florida State University in 2018. When she is motivated to get off her couch, she frequents the movies, the theater, and the museums of the city.

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