SCOTUS Cases Impacting Labor & Employment Law

Streams live on: Monday, November 26, 2018 at 12:00pm EST

Course Format Webcast

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Course Description

Estimated Duration 60 Minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Several decisions that came out of the Supreme Court of the United States (“SCOTUS”) last term have significantly altered the landscape of labor and employment law, including decisions on the use of arbitration agreements for wage and hour class and collective actions (Epic Systems Corp.), mandatory union dues for public-sector employees (Janus) and discrimination against same-sex couples based on sincerely-held religious beliefs (Masterpiece Cakeshop).  

This course, presented by Bryan L. Arbeit, Senior Associate at Wigdor LLP, will provide employment lawyers and inside counsel with an in-depth review of these recent SCOTUS decisions as well as a discussion of the labor and employment issues to be decided by SCOTUS during the 2018-19 term.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize the primary labor and employment cases decided by SCOTUS during the 2017-18 term
  2. Examine the underlying constitutional and statutory issues presented in these cases
  3. Analyze the impact that these recent rulings will have on the workforce and on employment law
  4. Discuss the labor and employment issues that will be decided by SCOTUS during the 2018-19 term


Bryan Arbeit

Wigdor LLP

Bryan L. Arbeit is a Senior Associate at Wigdor LLP. Mr. Arbeit’s practice includes counseling and litigating in the areas of labor and employment law, civil rights law, appellate practice, and complex class and collective actions. Mr. Arbeit represents individuals in a wide variety of employment matters, including sexual harassment, gender, pregnancy, race, disability, age and sexual orientation discrimination, retaliation, defamation, family and medical leave, wage and hour, whistleblower and contract claims. Mr. Arbeit is experienced in representing a wide variety of clients in both in state and federal court and before various resolution dispute bodies. He has represented clients from a wide array of professions including individuals in the financial, corporate, sales, technology, health care, and hospitality services industries. Mr. Arbeit received his B.A. from the University of Florida, cum laude, and his J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law, graduating first in his class. He is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, and Western District of New York.


$ 59 Constitutional Law and Labor & Employment Law In Stock


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