Other Opportunities $30 off NONPROFIT ORG. Sterling Education -Payroll & CIS Managers -Department Managers • Landlord-tenant Law U.S. POSTAGE Services, Inc. Las Vegas, NV – May 12, 2011 With -Managing Partner e lth Car PAID Please route to: Register by June 9th Reno, NV – May 19, 2011 Hea ate -HR Manager -CEO & ExVP Upd • workers’ Compensation Law & Practice Reno, NV – September 15, 2011 Find out more online at: www.sterlingeducation.com 10 th Annual Connect with SES for new events and exclusive discounts! Employment Employment Law Update Earn your Credit Join our Facebook Follow us on twitter IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE CIRCULATE and Linkedin pages @SterlingEdSrv See inside for details • NASBA CPE 8.0 Reference Materials Law Update • CA CLE 6.75 • NV CLE 6.5 Seminar Manual Audio Recording • AZ CLE 6.5 • HRCI 6.75 The faculty has prepared a substantial refer- This seminar will be recorded, so if you ence work to accompany their presentation. cannot attend, or if you want to apply This manual will serve as a valuable tool for for home study credit (where available), Las Vegas – July 21, 2011 future reference. You will receive the manual you can order the audio recording and/ With Health Care Update upon checking in at the seminar site. Its price or a reference manual from this program. is included in the registration fee. Please use the registration form to order. Sterling Bookstore Below is a selection of the materials currently available from previous Sterling seminars. Please visit www.sterlingeducation.com/bookstore.php for a full selection of available materials. To Las Vegas, NV order, please complete and mail in this form with payment or call us at 715-855-0495. July 21, 2011 BEyOND tHE BASiCS iN EMPLOyMENt LAw: FLSA/Wage & Hour Crackdown; Advanced FMLA and ADA Issues; Privacy, Social Media, and Employment Law in the Workplace; Sexual, Racial, and Other Harassment in the Workplace; Termination Best Practices; and Health Care Legislation PRESENtERS: Kristina S. Holman, Attorney at Law; John B. Marcin with Marcin Lambirth, Presented by: LLP; Shaun P. Haley, Jill Garcia, Jeffrey D. Winchester, and Christopher M. Pastore with Kristina S. Holman Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Seminar #10NV10227 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 - Attorney at Law John B. Marcin ADVANCED wORKERS’ COMPENSAtiON: - Marcin Lambirth, LLP Update and Case Law; Third Party Issues; Regulating Compliance with Safety Laws – 10 th Annual Penalties & Assessed Attorney Fees; Course and Scope: Overview & Update; Employer Anthony B. Golden Protections; Occupational Disease and the Standard of Causation; View from the Hearings - Fisher & Phillips LLP Division; and Ethical Issues in Workers’ Compensation Practice David F. Faustman PRESENtERS: Daniel L. Schwartz with Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP; Shirley D. - Fox Rothschild LLP Lindsey with Nevada Department of Administration; and Dalton L. Hooks, Jr. with Law Keith R. McMurdy Please make necessary corrections to address. Offices of Floyd, Skeren & Kelly - Fox Rothschild LLP Seminar #10NV08153 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 (See complete biographies inside) wORKERS’ COMPENSAtiON LAw & PRACtiCE: The Workers’ Compensation Claim; Temporary Benefits; Permanent Disability; Case Law and Legislative Update, and Overview; Ethical Issues in Workers’ Compensation Practice; Continuing Education Credit: and A View from the Appeals Office • NV CLE 6.5 • AZ CLE 6.5 • CA CLE 6.75 • PRESENtERS: Appeals Officer Lorna L. Ward with Nevada Department of Administration; • HRCI 6.75 • NASBA CPE 8.0 • Laurie A. Yott and James A. McCarty with Beckett, Yott & McCarty, Chtd.; and Craig W. th See inside for details. ofef $3t0by Jun 9 Kidwell with Armstrong & Kidwell, LLC Seminar #10NV08169 rManual only $75 Name___________________________________________________________ Firm/Company Name_________________________________________________ SES 8 Sterling Education Services, Inc. www.sterlingeducation.com is er SES 8 STERLING EDUCATION SERVICES, INC. EAU CLAIRE, WI 54702-3127 Address_________________________________________________________ Sterling means value! P.O. BOX 3127 (715) 855-0498 Reg City_________________________________State________Zip____________ E-mail Address_______________________Phone___________________________ 11NV07159 MEEt tHE FACuLty EMPLOyMENt LAw uPDAtE wHO SHOuLD AttEND KRiStiNA S. HOLMAN, Attorney at Law in Las Vegas, generally represents employees but also Date: Thursday, July 21, 2011 Location: • Attorneys: • Human Resource Professionals represents employers/corporations in employment law matters involving discrimination (sex, age, Embassy Suites Hotel • Employment and Labor • Business Owners Registration: 8:00 a.m. race, disability, religion, etc.) as well as related matters. Ms. Holman is a member of the National • Human Resources • Managers Employment Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Nevada, the American Bar Association, the Presentations: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 4315 Swenson Street Lunch: (on your own) 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Las Vegas, NV 89119 • Employee Benefits • Supervisors Clark County Bar Association, the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys (board member), and the Nevada American Inn of Court (master). She has lectured and written articles on • General Practice • CIS Managers employment law issues. Ms. Holman is listed in Who’s Who in American Law. She was appointed CONtiNuiNG EDuCAtiON CREDit • New Attorneys • Payroll Professionals to the Justice of the Peace Pro Tempore Panel for 2005-2006. Ms. Holman received her B.S., Please remember to bring your license number, ID or other necessary information to the • Health Care • Health Care Insurers cum laude, from Seattle University and her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law. seminar to ensure proper reporting of continuing education credit. JOHN B. MARCiN, managing partner of Marcin Lambirth, LLP with offices in Las Vegas and Los SEMiNAR AGENDA Angeles, is experienced in litigating employment cases, including wrongful termination; general NV CLE This seminar 6.5 credit hours. by the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education for has been approved i. Employment Discrimination Law issues corporate and business litigation; real estate, including real property litigation; partnership disputes; trademark and copyright cases; and personal injury, wrongful death, and truck accidents. Mr. Marcin is a veteran of more than fifty complex business litigations and of over AZ CLE the State Bar ofup to 6.5 hoursnot pre-approve activities;requirement. activity may qualify for Arizona does toward the annual MCLE however, this A. Legislative and case law decision, e.g., Ledbetter Act B. Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) This course has been approved for 6.75 total credit hours, by the State Bar of seventy-five bench and jury trials. He has successfully represented defendants in both state and federal court. Mr. Marcin represents and has served as lead trial counsel for companies and CA CLE California. SES, Inc. is a State Bar of California Approved MCLE Provider. C. E-Verify D. Social networking sites and employment-related decisions financial institutions in matters involving covenant defaults and threatened or actual bankruptcy, This seminar has been approved for 6.75 general recertification credit hours toward the PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification E. Other issues insolvency, or receiver scenarios. He also advises, represents, and serves as lead trial counsel for individuals and firms in highly contentious employment matters where breaches of contracts, institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please ii. Compensation under FLSA/wage and Hour discrimination, and harassment were claimed. Mr. Marcin is a member of the State Bars of visit www.hrci.org. A. Contrasting the FLSA and state wage and hour laws Nevada and California, the California Employment Lawyers’ Association, the Nevada Trial Lawyers Sterling Education Services is registered with the National Association of State Boards B. Exempt vs. nonexempt vs. independent contractors Association, and the American Inns of Court Business Litigation. Mr. Marcin earned his B.A. at of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the C. Varying rates, commissions, and bonuses National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the the University of Massachusetts and his J.D. at Pepperdine University School of Law. acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors D. Travel time and other “hours worked” issues DAViD F. FAuStMAN, managing partner of Fox Rothschild’s San Francisco office, practices in may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, E. When are deductions from wages permissible? labor and employment law and litigation on behalf of management focusing on commercial Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org. CPE Credit: Maximum F. Paying wages correctly upon separation of employment litigation and complex employment and labor law issues, including union organizing, labor Credit Hours: 8.0 each session (based on a 50 minute credit hour). Field of Study: Business G. Penalties: understanding the “down side” negotiations, labor arbitration, and matters before the NLRB, long-term workforce strategies, Law. Prerequisite: None. Level of Knowledge: Basic. Delivery Method: Group-Live. Advance iii. ADA and FMLA update wage and hour laws, and affirmative action. Mr. Faustman has experience in health and safety Preparation: None. No CPE credit will be granted for home study with the purchase of the seminar audio recording. SES is only approved for “Group/Live” programs. A. Recent changes and developments with the ADA and the FMLA related workplace issues and Cal-OSHA matters. He is admitted to practice in Nevada and represents hospitality and gaming companies in labor and employment maters. Mr. Faustman Other continuing education credit may be available. Please call (715) 855-0498 to inquire. B. Interplay between the ADA and the FMLA contributes to strategy and execution of acquisitions, providing seasoned judgment regarding iV. Employee Misconduct and workplace torts walk-ins: Payment is required at the door. Please call ahead to confirm the schedule. labor relations, human resources, and public affairs. His representations include major hotels, Cancellations: Substitutions or transfers to a future Sterling seminar are welcome anytime up to the day of the seminar. If you A. Employee off-duty misconduct major retailers, shipping companies, and manufacturers. Mr. Faustman is a frequent writer cancel at least three business days before the seminar you may 1) transfer your registration to another seminar, 2) receive a full 1. When is it an employment issue? refund minus a $25.00 service charge, or 3) receive an audio and manual set of the seminar. and speaker on labor and employment law issues. Previously, he was a partner in a large Please note: If you do not attend and do not cancel as described above you are not entitled to a refund. 2. Statutory limitations: disciplining employees for off-duty misconduct international law firm, Senior Vice President for Labor Relations and Public Affairs for Safeway, 3. Private vs. public sector employees Inc., and chairman of the California Retailers Association. Mr. Faustman earned his B.A. at Employment Law Update B. Workplace torts the University of Southern California and his J.D., with honors, at the University of California 1. Misrepresentation School of Law-Los Angeles. 2. Negligent hiring Register today for seminar #11NV07159 ANtHONy B. GOLDEN, with Fisher & Phillips LLP in Las Vegas, focuses his practice on Mail: Sterling Education Services Web: www.sterlingeducation.com Call us about 3. Wrongful termination in violation of public policy representing private and public employers in labor and employment matters, including Phone: 715-855-0498 discount opportunities employment-related litigation under Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA, Section 1983, and federal P.O. Box 3127 for large groups, NPOs, 4. Limits on use of off-duty conduct in employment decision Eau Claire, WI 54702-3127 Fax: 715-835-5132 and state wage-hour laws. Mr. Golden counsels employers on preventive measures, and he new practitioners V. workplace Harassment and Retaliation Claims has experience in the development and defense of employment contracts and non-compete Las Vegas - July 21, 2011 and others! A. Unlawful harassment agreements. Mr. Golden regularly represents clients in federal and state court as well as 1. Sex, race, age, disability, religious, national origin before various administrative agencies. He has extensive appellate experience before state Registration Fee (includes manual): Reference Materials: 2. Family responsibility and federal appellate courts in Nevada and California. Mr. Golden was selected for inclusion r $319 per person r Audio/manual package $327* 3. Other protected characteristics in 2009 and 2010 Mountain States Super Lawyers® as a Rising Star®. He was also listed as one r $309 per person for 2 or more r Audio only $237* B. Avoiding and defending harassment claims of the “Top 100 Attorneys in Southern Nevada” by Nevada Business magazine’s Legal Elite®. r $289 per person if paid by June 9th r Manual only $95* C. Claims involving third parties Mr. Golden is admitted to practice in Nevada and California. He served as a judicial clerk for r $137 audio with registration, a $100 savings! D. The lurking threat of employee retaliation claims the Honorable Nancy A. Becker of the Supreme Court of Nevada. Mr. Golden earned his B.S. at the University of Redlands and his J.D. at the University of San Diego School of Law. r Check Enclosed (payable to Sterling Education Services, Inc.) 1. Elements of prima facie case of retaliation KEitH R. McMuRDy, a partner in Fox Rothschild LLP in New York, practices primarily in labor r VISA r MC r AMEX r DISC 2. Protected activity and employment issues arising from the designing, drafting, and administrating of employee Card #:__________________________________________ Exp. Date:_____________ 3. Proximity in time benefits plans, including health, welfare, disability, retirement, and pension plans. Mr. McMurdy Name on Card:____________________________________ CCV:__________________ 4. Tips to avoid retaliation claims represents benefit plans, plan sponsors, plan administrators, third-party administrators, and Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t E. Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) insurers. His areas of practice include plan drafting, plan amending, and litigating ERISA claims Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t Vi. Health Care Legislative update arising from plan administration. He provides counseling to employers and plan sponsors on A. Overview of repeal and changes compliance issues for applicable federal and state regulations governing the administration of Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t B. What employers need to know for 2011, 2012, and beyond employee benefit plans. Mr. McMurdy lends his knowledge to the firm’s Health Care Reform Type of Business:_______________________ Primary Practice Area:_________________ 1. Incentives and penalties for compliance or failure to comply Working Group, which is designed to help clients sort through the issues and changes stemming Firm/Company Name:______________________________________________________ 2. Early retirees’ temporary reinsurance program from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Address: _________________________________________________________________ 3. Tax credits available to eligible small businesses Reconciliation Act of 2010. He has published several articles and participated as a presenter at professional education programs on employee benefits topics. Mr. McMurdy writes a blog City:_____________________________________ State:_________ Zip:______________ 4. Grandfathering: advantages and disadvantages that provides updates and commentary on the interaction between employee benefits and 5. Participation in SHOP exchanges Phone: (_______)_______________________ Fax: (_______)_______________________ t human resources. He is a member of the New York State, the New Jersey State, the Michigan 6. Changes to flexible spending and health savings accounts *Pricing listed includes $6 shipping and handling. Please allow two to six weeks for delivery. State, and the Ohio State Bar Associations. Mr. McMurdy earned his B.A. at Grove City College RDELHp t By providing this information you are agreeing to be added to in-house distribution lists. 7. W-2 reporting changes for employers and his J.D. at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Sterling Education Services may alter the agenda due to circumstances beyond our control.
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