Advancing the World of Work Through Law
The Labor and Employment Law Program at Cornell University's ILR School brings together social scientists and attorneys to inform each other's work with the goal of addressing contemporary labor and employment law and workplace issues to influence litigation and public policy decisions.
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A Conversation with NLRB Chairman John F. Ring
June 6, 2018
John F. Ring was sworn in on April 16, 2018 as Chairman of the NLRB, following Chairmen Marvin Kaplan and Philip Miscimara. The Trump Board now has a full complement of members. Chairman Ring takes over at a time of change and turmoil at the Board. Join us as Chairman Ring discusses his vision for the NLRB and what he sees as important cases to watch.
A Conversation with NLRB Chairman Marvin E. Kaplan
February 22, 2018, from 5:30-8:00 PM
In December, President Trump named Marvin E. Kaplan Chairman of the NLRB, after Chairman Philip A. Miscimarra left the Board. The new Trump Board quickly issued several decisions, overturning Obama Board decisions - inclucing micro-bargaining units, civility handbook rules, joint employer, and unilateral changes in a CBA.
Join us, as Chairman Kaplan discusses his vision for the NLRB, followed by responses from:
Susan Davis, Partner, Cohen Weiss and Simon LLP, and
Eric Simon, Principal, Jackson Lewis PC
Moderated by Esta R. Bigler, Director, Labor and Employment Law Program, Cornell ILR
When: Thursday, February 22, 2018
5:30 PM - Check-In and Networking (light refreshments provided)
6:00 PM - Program
Where: Cornell ILR NYC Conference Center
16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Fee: $150 (includes materials and light refreshments)
CLE Credit: 2.0 NYS CLEs - Professional Practice (Transitional and Non-Transitional)
Cosponsored by Jackson Lewis PC
For materials from this program, CLICK HERE
Complimentary Webinar: Soon to be archived and made available here
Should Labor Bear the Cost of Bad Management?
Debt Restructuring in Depressed Industries
February 22, 2018, from 2:00-3:30 PM
What happens to unions and employees when employers enter Chapter 11? What is the real problem? Excess leverage? Bad management? Changing market conditions? Join our panel for a discussion of lessons learned from Hostess and Patriot Coal.
Richard Seltzer, Esq., Partner, Cohen Weiss & Simon LLP
Brian Sanson, Director of Research, United Mineworkers Union
Adam M. Rosen, Managing Director, B. Riley & Co.
Ted Stenger, Managing Director, New York, AlixPartners
Kenneth A. Rosen, Esq., Partner, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
Esta R. Bigler, Esq., Director, Cornell ILR Labor & Employment Law Program
Cosponsored by Lowenstein Sandler LLP
Two New Online On-Demand CLE Programs recorded live at the Cornell ILR NYC Conference Center are now available: