|Faculty:||Ardra O'Neal, Christian Simpson|
|Production Date:||May 6 2010|
In this timely program, attorneys Ardra O’Neal and Christian Simpson discuss executive employment agreements in today's uncertain economic climate. The anatomy of the agreement is examined from both the employer and employee perspective, with attention paid to the diverging goals of each party. O’Neal and Simpson also focus on the enforceability of non-compete agreements and compare the dispute resolution options of litigation and arbitration. This course is a must see for any organization that wants to use executive agreements as a tool to recruit and retain the most talented professionals, while still protecting the company from any possible legal issues.
I. Benefits of an Executive Agreement
II. At-Will vs. Contract Employment
IV. Non-Compete Agreements
V . Termination
VI. Dispute Resolution
Jon (Tacoma, WA)
Engaging speakers, good format
John (San Francisco, CA)
very well done and very informative
Paul (Mobile, AL)
Instructors were dynamic and interesting, which made this course both useful and entertaining
Ethan (Munster, IN)
Great format: One speaker representing the employee side, the other the employer was very effective.
Mary (Chicago, AL)
the back and forth -prepared- dialogue was particularly effective.
Francine D. (Mill Valley, CA)
great session. Presenters were clear, and provided useful and easy to digest info.
JUDD (Aurora, IL)
Very through explanation !
Jennifer (Chicago, IL)
best discussion i have seen; presenters worked well together, very good discussion
Tricia (McLean, VA)
Presentation was clear and well-thought out. Speakers had poise and were easy to understand.
William (Westmont, IL)
steve (Tappan, NY)
Great presentation of positions from both employer and employee perspectives.
Brian (San Francisco, CA)
I really liked the conversation format. It made it a lot more interesting.
Ismael (San Jose,, CA)
M Thomas (Buffalo, NY)
Very effective format.
Abdul (Chicago, IL)
Zachary (East Montpelier, VT)
Great speakers. Worked out well with two speakers.
Tammy (New City, NY)
They were great! Very informative and professional.
Kathleen (Oak Park, IL)
I really liked the conversational format!
Kelly (Indianapolis, IN)
Really enjoyed the conversation format instead of the typical lecture format.
Susan (st. louis, MO)
Having two people talk back and forth with each representing opposite sides of the issue made for a much more interesting class than if just one person spoke and presented both sides. Thanks for the great presentation.
Donna (Chicago, IL)
I enjoyed the seminar and the speakers. The two attorneys were very knowledgeable and had a great rapport that made them enjoyable to watch.
Brian (Chicago, IL)
The best CLE I have taken. The speakers were personable and I enjoyed how it was an engaging discussion -- rather than a boring speech.
Sergio (New York, NY)
Best course I've taken this year. The employer side/employee side representations made the conversation particularly illuminating.
John (Chicago, IL)
Clarisse (Stamford, CT)
Very engaging and informative
Benjamin (New York, NY)
Very well presented. I enjoyed the rapport between the speakers and their no-nonsense take on employment issues.
Ceara (Washington, DC)
Very informative! Overall, great presentation!
Christopher (Lombard, IL)
Ms. O'Neal and Mr. Simpson are excellent speakers. They do a nice job of feeding off of each other during the presentation.
Scott (Chicago, IL)
I really enjoyed the presentation because it included both employer and employee perspectives.
Amina Para (New York, NY)
Great presentation, the speakers are very personable.
richard (jackson heights, NY)
Well-seasoned and spoken attorneys.
jaymie (jaffrey, NH)
could have had some mention of case law.
Alison (New York, NY)
Good basic discussion of issues; dialogue format enjoyable.
Kimberly (Westport, CT)
Great speakers. Next time they should try to get even more information/facts/substance into the lecture.
Marianne (Westport, CT)
Nice conversational style, easy to follow
Linda (Williamstown, NY)
wonderful presentation -- very professional
Robert (New York, NY)
Paul (New York, NY)
A subject area I will never practice in, yet these speakers held my interest & I will probably even retain some of what was taught.
Maureen (Amityville, NY)
Well presented - nice and clear
Gary (Brooklyn, NY)
good thorough discussion of issues, problems and solutions
Terry (Baltimore, MD)
One of the best I have viewed. The presentation of the employer's vs the employee's position was extremely helpful.
Daniel (Glenview, IL)
They presented a very good team. They covered both sides of some critical issues in the employment contract area. They really complimented each other very well.
James (Rye, NY)
Philip (Bronx, NY)
worht the time to listen
Anne (Oakland Gardens, NY)
John (Hoffman Estates, IL)
good content and nice casual exchange made this an easy listen
Thomas (pittsford, NY)
Excellent practical presentation of the key concepts.
Richard (Chicago, IL)
a bit too basic.