Mr. Caffarelli will serve on a panel composed of labor, employment, and management attorneys to be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The panel will comment on Professor Rafael Gely’s presentation on the media’s impact on perceptions of the arbitration process and, along with Professor Gely, explore the impact of the outside world on the workplace. The panel will consider Section 7 of the NLRA, anti-discrimination/retaliation laws, workplace safety and issues of proof in examining various ADR avenues to address these issues.
Online registration is open for the 2020 Midwinter Meeting of the ABA ADR in Labor and Employment Law Committee, which will be held January 24-26 at the Grand Hyatt in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Click here to view the program agenda. You may also register for the meeting by completing the Registration Form by clicking here and returning it to the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law with your check. (Credit card payments accepted online only.)
The 2020 ADR in Labor and Employment Law Committee Midwinter Meeting will feature presentations by panelists representing management, union, employee, government and neutrals on hot topics and cutting-edge issues in the field of alternative dispute resolution in labor and employment law.
Topics will include:
* The Pros and Cons of Tripartite Arbitration
* The Media’s Impact on the Perceptions of Arbitration
* Implicit Bias and Justice
* The Impact of the Outside World in the Workplace
* The Trump Board’s Impact on Labor Arbitration
* Ethics Issues in Resolving Labor and Employment Disputes through ADR in the Cannabis Industry
Special discounted rates are available for joint registration with the State and Local Government Bargaining and Employment Law Committee Midwinter Meeting, which will be held January 23-25 at the same location.