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Employment Law Update & Dealing with Employee Off-Duty Conduct

September 14, 2017
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
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Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
1905 W Field Court
Lake Forest, IL 60045



Thanks in large part to social media, now more than ever employers are aware of what their employees are doing after hours (What Happens in Vegas Doesn’t Just Stay in Vegas). Can and should employers discipline employees for unsavory off-duty conduct and what are the ramifications for doing so? Do employees have any right to a private life outside of the office and, if so, how do they go about protecting those rights?

This program will explore the employment law update that includes transgender issues, how National Labor Relations Board issues apply to your union/non-union workforce, and other thorny legal questions involving off-duty conduct. We will be using hypothetical situations and panel discussion. You don’t want to miss this meeting!

This program has been approved for 1.5 hours
of SHRM & HRCI continuing education credit.


Kristin M. Case, Founding Member of the Case Law Firm

Ms. Case has extensive experience representing clients in employment negotiations

before administrative agencies, including the Equal Opportunity Commission and the Illinois Department of Human Rights, and throughout the litigation process both in state and federals courts. Her extensive experience also includes representing and counseling employees of all levels including executives, expat employees, physicians and academics.

Ms. Case frequently speaks and writes about employment law, having presented before the American Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

Ms. Case has been recognized by Chicago Magazine as a Rising Star and/or a Super Lawyer every years since 2010. Ms. Case received her Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Central Missouri State University and her law degree from the University of Missouri.

Sally J. Scott, partner in the Labor & Employment and Education Practice Groups at Franczek Radelet P.C.

Throughout her legal career, Sally has concentrated exclusively on representing management in both the private and public sectors in all aspects of labor and employment law. She has litigated matters before state and federal courts, the EEOC and state agencies relating to discrimination and civil rights claims, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, breach of contract and the enforcement of non-compete agreements.

Sally regularly advises clients on transgender employee issues. She has also been at the forefront of the issue of transgender student access in Illinois and beyond, representing school districts as they grapple with the changing federal and state legislation. She has become a source for the media and industry groups on this topic and is regularly quoted in the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun Times.

Sally has been recognized in Illinois Super Lawyers since 2005 and Illinois Leading Lawyers since 2013. In 2011, she was also recognized in Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s annual Chicago Women in Law: Women Making An Impact, which features the achievements and accomplishments of a select number of women attorneys who are making a significant impact on the Chicago legal community. She is currently a member of the Illinois Council of School Attorneys, the National Council of School Attorneys, and the Illinois Road and Transportation Builders Association.

Nigel F. Telman, Partner and leader of the employment practice in the Chicago office, and co-head of the Employment Litigation & Arbitration Groupof Proskauer

Nigel's practice is concentrated in litigating single and class action disputes arising out of claims of workplace harassment and employment discrimination. He also represents employers in collective and class actions involving allegations of wage and hour violations under federal and state law. In addition, Nigel has significant experience defending and enforcing Restrictive Covenant Agreements, as well as protecting employers' trade secrets and other confidential information from misappropriation by former employees through the institution of emergency litigation seeking temporary and permanent injunctive relief. 

Nigel represents clients before state and federal courts throughout the country as well as before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Illinois Human Rights Commission and the American Arbitration Association. 

Nigel is ranked by Chambers USA in Illinois for Labor & Employment and his clients praise him as being "business-savvy and delivering stellar results. He is an extremely effective negotiator and has the highest degree of integrity in all of his dealings." Among his many recognitions, he is recognized as an Illinois Super Lawyer 2015-2017, and Savoy Magazine: Most Influential Black Lawyers of 2015. Nigel received his Bachelor of Science from Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations, and his J.D. from the Boston University School of Law.



$30.00 NISHRM Member

$50.00 Non-Member