Online Courses

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For Attorneys: State Accreditation

Our courses are accredited for on-demand Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit hours in the state of New York. However, your state might accept New York state CLEs. Please check our list to see if your state accepts NY state CLEs. We plan to expand accreditation to other states.

After You Register

Note: After registering, you will receive an invitation email to access your course within 2 business days. The email will be addressed from "Instructure Canvas", and you will have 60-day access to the course and materials.

New Online Courses

ODEL100 - Discussion with Richard Griffin, General Counsel, NLRB

Online Course (On-Demand)

Richard Griffin, the new General Counsel of the NLRB, spoke before a live audience of labor lawyers on December 13, 2013. This course is based on a recording of that session and interviews with the speakers. Event was co-sponsored by Proskauer.

You will have 60-day access to course materials.

What You Will Learn

  • About Griffin's background, priorities, and possible future initiatives as he takes the reins as General Counsel.
  • Griffin's thoughts on inability-to-pay vs. "we don’t want to pay" cases, what that means to the parties, and what management's responsibilities are.
  • About Griffin's planned interactions with the Labor Bar, other government agencies, and citizens.
  • ...and more.

ODEL101 - ACA and Wellness Programs: At Odds With EEO Laws and Collective Bargaining Agreements?

Affordable Care Act regulations encourage employers to implement wellness programs (e.g. smoking cessation, weight loss, etc.) with an assumed resulting reduction in the cost of insurance coverage. What happens if an employee can’t lose weight?

Who Will Benefit from This Course

Attorneys, Directors of Wellness Programs

2.5 CLE Credits (NY State) for Attorneys

ODEL103 - The Hobby Lobby Decision: Its Impact on the Workplace

In Hobby Lobby, the Supreme Court interpreted the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) as providing new religious freedom rights to closely held corporations allowing them to deny certain contraceptive coverage to their women employees. How does this decision effect rights under Title VII, ACA, NLRA, and state and local human rights laws?

2.0 CLE Credits (NY State) for Attorneys