Michael J.Gray

Practice Leader Labor & Employment

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Michael Gray's practice focuses on representing corporate clients with complex employment matters, including class action and multiplaintiff employment discrimination lawsuits, state law overtime class actions, FLSA collective actions, and trade secret and restrictive covenant matters. He represents employers throughout the U.S. in bench and jury trials, administrative hearings, arbitrations, and appellate courts in matters arising under federal and state antidiscrimination laws, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the FMLA, ERISA, labor management relations laws, and state law wrongful discharge claims. Michael also advises clients on preventive measures, including reviewing policies, counseling on disciplinary actions and investigations, negotiating severance agreements, and conducting employment practices reviews.

Michael co-chairs the Firm's Global Labor & Employment Practice. He brings a creative, business-minded approach to problem-solving and litigation. In recognition by Chambers and Legal 500, clients praised him by stating "he's the guy I want in front of the judge" and "quickly gets down to the nuts and bolts and gets people focused on what's important — his approach is unique and he gets exceptional results."

Michael was named one of the "Nation's Most Powerful Employment Attorneys" by HR Executive magazine and Lawdragon for the last 10 years. He is a frequent speaker for the ABA's Labor and Employment Section and is a member of the Advisory Board of The Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations and NYU Law's Center for Labor and Employment Law. Michael also is a member of the Board of Directors of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center and chair for the American Heart Association's "Counsel for A Cause" event.

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Experience

  • USG acquired by Gebr. Knauf for $7 billionJones Day advised USG Corporation in the acquisition by Gebr. Knauf KG ("Knauf") of all of the outstanding shares of USG in a transaction valued at $7 billion.
  • Advocate Aurora Health wins summary judgment, defeats class certification, and obtains dismissal in FICA refund class actionJones Day client Advocate Aurora Health won summary judgment and defeated class certification in a FICA refund class action case.
  • Verizon prevails in sexual harassment and defamation jury trialJones Day client Verizon secured a complete defense verdict in a five-day sexual harassment and defamation jury trial in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
  • Park Place Technologies secures trial win with full dismissal of all claims brought by former executiveJones Day client Park Place Technologies, LLC ("PPT") was successful against all claims in an arbitration filed with the American Arbitration Association by a former executive challenging for cause termination.
  • McDonald's victorious at trial against state-wide California class action wage and hour PAGA claimsJones Day prevailed in gutting the remaining part of a state-wide class and representative action under the California Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act filed against McDonald’s Corporation.
  • Shopcore sells "The Shops at Fort Union" in Midvale, UtahJones Day advised Shopcore, an affiliate of The Blackstone Group, in the sale of a shopping center commonly known as "The Shops at Fort Union" located in Midvale, Utah.
  • RotaDyne secures victory in long-running trade secret and non-compete matterJones Day secured a victory for our client RotaDyne, a portfolio company of client The Robins Group, in a long-running trade secrets and non-compete matter filed against a former employee and his new employer.
  • Amici U.S. Chamber of Commerce, American Trucking Association, and National Association of Manufacturers set out winning position in NLRB misclassification caseAdopting positions set out in an amicus brief that Jones Day drafted and filed on behalf of U.S. Chamber of Commerce, American Trucking Association, and National Association of Manufacturers, the D.C. Circuit overturned a National Labor Relations Board determination that a group of delivery drivers were statutory employees subject to its jurisdiction, rather than independent contractors who were not. 
  • McDonald’s defeats attempt to expand class actionOn February 15, 2017, Jones Day and client McDonald’s Corporation successfully blocked plaintiffs’ attempt to certify three new theories of liability in a statewide wage and hour class action.
  • McDonald's wins summary judgment, defeats class certification and PAGA claims in wage and hour class, joint employer actionPlaintiffs filed suit in 2014, seeking to represent more than 1,200 employees at eight McDonald’s restaurants owned by a McDonald’s franchisee in franchises in Oakland, California, against both the franchise owner and the franchisor, arguing that Jones Day client McDonald’s was liable as their joint employer on a variety of wage and hour claims, or that McDonald’s was alternatively liable for those claims under an aiding and abetting, negligence, actual agency, or ostensible agency theory.
  • McDonald’s defeats class certification and PAGA claims in statewide California class action wage and hour caseIn a series of wins, Jones Day client McDonald’s Corporation defeated class action and PAGA claims brought against the company in a California-wide wage and hour lawsuit.
  • Kraft Heinz obtains summary judgment on FMLA interference and retaliationJones Day prevailed on summary judgment on behalf of Kraft Heinz Foods Company on a former employee's claims of that Kraft Heinz interfered with his right to take FMLA and retaliated against him for seeking FMLA when it terminated him for failing to comply with the Company's attendance policy.
  • Digital Bridge acquires DataBankJones Day advised Digital Bridge Holdings, LLC, an investment firm that owns and operates communications infrastructure assets, on its acquisition of DataBank, Ltd., a leading North American provider of enterprise-class data center solutions including colocation, managed services, as well as cloud and network services, from Avista Capital Partners.
  • Advocate Health Care wins summary judgment against multiple discrimination claimsOn June 28, 2016, Jones Day obtained summary judgment for Advocate Health Care Network on nearly all of Plaintiff's discrimination claims.
  • Major non-profit health system successfully defends against discrimination chargesJones Day successfully defended a major non-profit health system against two separate charges submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) alleging discrimination on the basis of race and sex and retaliation.
  • Publix wins summary judgment on questions of FLSA regular rate calculationJones Day represented Publix Super Markets, Inc. in defense against a company-wide collective action lawsuit alleging violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act claiming that certain bonuses and other payments were improperly excluded from the calculation of the regular rate of pay of supermarket hourly associates nationwide.
  • Advocate Health Care Network wins summary judgment in off-the-clock wage and hour suitOn August 7, 2015, Jones Day obtained summary judgment for Advocate Health Care Network (Advocate) on most of Plaintiff's overtime claims.
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce files amicus brief in FLSA actionJones Day assisted the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in drafting and filing an amicus brief in the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York supporting the position of defendant/appellee black car companies that the drivers for such companies are properly classified as independent contractors rather than employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • CareerBuilder wins denial of collective certification in FLSA caseOn July 20, 2015, Jones Day secured, for client CareerBuilder, LLC, the denial of collective certification of named plaintiffs' FLSA claims that CareerBuilder unlawfully denied sales employees overtime pay by forcing them to under-report their time worked.
  • Fortune 500 manufacturer and retailer successfully wins discrimination and whistleblower arbitrationJones Day represented a Fortune 500 manufacturer and retailer against claims for religion, disability, and national origin discrimination and retaliation, and the Illinois Whistleblower Act.
  • Additional Publications

    • September 2016
      The Impact of the DOL's New White Collar Regulations: Do You Need to Reclassify Four Million Employees?, 2016 Jones Day Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group
    • July 2011
      Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011-12, Practising Law Institute
    • March 16, 2010
      Wage and Hour Compliance: Key Issues Affecting the Hospitality Industry
    • November 12, 2009
      Wage and Hour Compliance: Key Issues Affecting the Healthcare Industry, American Hospital Association and American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
    • July 10, 2009
      2009 Legislative Developments in Labor & Employment Law
    • May 2009
      A Privacy Primer for Corporate Counsel, Thomson Reuters/Aspatore
    • November 13, 2008
      Recent Developments and Trends in Class Action Wage and Hour Litigation, The National Employment Law Institute
    • October 28, 2008
      Benefits and Pitfalls of the Contingent Workforce, Practicing Law Institute
    • May 2007
      Administering, Monitoring, and Securing e-Communications in the Workplace
    • March 2007
      E-Discovery: Recent Case Developments and the Impact of the Revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on Litigation
    • December 2004
      Be Prepared: Top Ten Lessons for rule 26 Meet and Confer Conference and Electronic Discovery, author, The E-Discovery Standard
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    Speaking Engagements

    • June 25, 2019
      Scrutiny of Settlements: How Practitioners are Applying Changes to Rule 23, and Revisiting Approaches to Reaching and Implementing Settlement Agreements, 32nd National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions
    • June 14, 2019
      Privacy and Discrimination Issues, 72nd Annual NYU Conference on Labor Conference
    • May 23, 2019
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2019
    • March 20, 2019
      The Boundaries of the Employment Relationship (FLSA, Interns, Volunteers, Joint Employers, Partners as Employees, Independent Contractor Misclassification), 22nd NYU Annual Employment Law Workshop for Federal Judges
    • November 13, 2018
      Best Practices and Ethical Issues Arising inConducting Investigations, 3rd New York Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group
    • September 27, 2018
      10th Annual Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • May 16, 2018
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2018
    • May 1, 2018
      Jones Day's Media Labor & Employment Law Roundtable
    • April 12, 2018
      Joint Employer Risk and Emerging Technologies in the Workplace
    • March 21, 2018
      The Boundaries of the Employment Relationship, 21st Annual NYU Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges
    • March 6, 2018
      DOL Update, National HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo
    • October 25, 2017
      Traps for the Unwary: The Latest Challenges for Corporate Compensation Practices, 2nd New York Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group
    • October 19, 2017
      Data Analytics in the Workplace, The 25th Annual AELC Conference
    • September 14, 2017
      9th Annual Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • September 14, 2017
      How to Beat Plaintiff Lawyers at Their Own Game: Tips for Defending and Trying Cases Under California's Private Attorneys Genera Act, 2017 Annual Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group
    • September 7, 2017
      Strategic Use of Pre-Trial & Trial Motions to Shape and Win Your Case, ABA Trial Institute
    • June 8-9, 2017
      NYU School of Law Center for Labor and Employment Law 70th Annual Conference on Labor: Sharing the Gains of the U.S. Global Economy
    • May 18, 2017
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2017
    • May 11, 2017
      The De-Regulation Of America: Where Are The Targets in Labor?, DHL Public Policy Forum
    • March 8, 2017
      Who Is An Employee? Who Is the Employer?, 20th Annual NYU Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges
    • March 2, 2017
      Developments in the Law, Including Supreme Court Update, Leading Cases and Statutory and Regulatory Developments
    • February 24, 2017
      What Energy Companies Should Know About Workplace Regulation
    • February 24, 2017
      What Energy Companies Should Know About Workplace Regulation: Top Priorities for the New Administration and the New Congress, U.S. Energy Industry Outlook in the New Administration: Navigating a Changing Landscape, Moderator
    • February 23, 2017
      Planning for Potential Changes in Workplace Regulation:Priorities for the New Administration and the New Congress, U.S. Business Outlook in the New Administration: Navigating a Changing Landscape, Moderator
    • February 23, 2017
      Changes in Workplace Regulation: Top Priorities for the New Administration and the New Congress
    • February 21, 2017
      Changes in Workplace Regulation and Replacing the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Business Outlook in the New Administration: Navigating a Changing Landscape
    • February 21, 2017
      Changes in Workplace Regulation and Replacing the Affordable Care Act: Top Priorities for the New Administration and the New Congress, U.S. Business Outlook in the New Administration: Navigating a Changing Landscape
    • February 10, 2017
      Replacing the Affordable Care Act and Changes in Workplace Regulation: Top Priorities for the New Administration and the New Congress, U.S. Business Outlook in the New Administration: Navigating a Changing Landscape
    • February 10, 2017
      Replacing the Affordable Care Act and Changes in Workplace Regulation
    • November 17, 2016
      2016 Health Care Labor & Employment Symposium - Post Election Conference: What's Next?
    • September 15, 2016
      2016 Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • June 9, 2016
      Workplace Compliance in 2016: Pay Equity, Overtime Regulations, and the New Wave of Biometrics Lawsuits, Jones Day MCLE University
    • 19 mai 2016
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2016
    • May 19, 2016
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2016
    • March 15, 2016
      Preparing for a Deposition: Ensuring a Positive Outcome, HR in Hospitality Conference
    • March 14, 2016
      The Joint Employer Doctrine: Is HR Responsible for Leased and Franchised Employees?, HR in Hospitality Conference
    • March 9, 2016
      Who Is an Employee? Who Is the Employer?, 19th Annual NYU Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges
    • January 25, 2016
      The Joint Employer Doctrine and Use of Contractors: Will 19th and 20th Century Law Destroy the 21st Century Workplace Model?, ALIS Conference
    • October 1, 2015
      2015 Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • August 26, 2015
      Improving Workplace Investigations: Avoiding Privilege, Ethics, and Privacy Pitfalls in Workplace Investigations and Related Activities
    • May 21, 2015
      Jones Day’s European Labor & Employment Conference 2015: Managing Change Across Europe, Moderator
    • May 14-15, 2015
      2015 Health Care Labor & Employment Symposium
    • May 3-5, 2015
      Crisis Management in Franchise Systems, IFA's 48th Annual Legal Symposium
    • April 30, 2015
      PLI's Understanding Employment Law 2015 - Chicago, Conference Chair
    • April 22, 2015
      FLSA Collective Actions, Colorado Bar Association CLE Employment Law Conference
    • April 17, 2015
      Wage & Hour Class and Collective Actions— Best Practices in Prevention and Litigation, National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law, Moderator
    • March 16, 2015
      Wage and Hour 2015: What’s New, 9th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference
    • March 11, 2015
      The Boundaries of the Employment Relationship: Who Is An Employee? Who Is the Employer?, Eighteenth Annual NYU Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges - NYU School of Law
    • October 8, 2014
      2014 Labor & Employment Law Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • September 2014
      2014 Labor & Employment Seminar - New York
    • June 5, 2014
      Anticipatory Retaliation (e.g., EEOC v. Cognis; arbitration clauses); Access to Justice (e.g., EEOC v. CVS (N.D.Ill.)); Implications of Nassar, NYU 67th Annual Conference on Labor
    • May 15, 2014
      European Labor & Employment Conference 2014: Managing Today’s Employment Relationships Across Europe, Moderator
    • April 30, 2014
      PLI's Understanding Employment Law 2014 - Chicago, Conference Chair
    • December 12, 2013
      The Effective Use of Data and Statistics in Wage/Hour Cases, Bridgeport Annual Wage & Hour Conference
    • November 8, 2013
      Advanced eDiscovery: Litigating Today's Employment Lawsuit, ABA 7th Annual Section of Labor & Employment Law Conference
    • October 18, 2013
      Class Certification Strategies, Bridgeport Wage & Hour Litigation program
    • October 11, 2013
      Comcast Corp. v. Behrend: Supreme Court Class Actions Limitations Continue, American Employment Law Council
    • September 26, 2013
      Annual Update on Wage-Hour Developments and Trends, 2013 Hospitality Labor & Employment Discussion Group
    • September 26, 2013
      2013 Hospitality Labor & Employment Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • September 19, 2013
      Retaliation Refrain: Avoiding the Most Common Discrimination Claim, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin 8th Annual Employment Law Conference
    • September 10, 2013
      Meet the U.S. Solicitor of Labor M. Patricia Smith and Learn About Department of Labor and Other Perspectives on Independent Contractor Misclassification Issues, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
    • August 11, 2013
      Employment Retaliation: An Ever Present Danger, American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Annual Meeting
    • June 6, 2013
      2013 Employment Law Trends –Preventing Class Actions, Preparing for Affordable Care Act Litigation, and Managing in a Post-Noel Canning World, JD University Program
    • June 4, 2013
      Class Action Waivers, Preventing Class Actions and the Law of Arbitration, NYU Program on Employment Law Issues for Corporate Counsel
    • May 16, 2013
      Employment, Termination & Severance Agreements, NELI Employment Law Conference
    • May 8, 2013
      PLI's Understanding Employment Law 2013 - Chicago, Conference Chair
    • April 18, 2013
      2013 Annual European Labor & Employment Conference, Moderator
    • April 9, 2013
      2013 Government Contractor Labor & Employment Discussion Group
    • March 12, 2013
      Wage and Hour and the DOL, 7th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo
    • March 12, 2013
      50 Legal Tips in 50 Minutes, 7th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo
    • November 29, 2012
      Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity Law, NELI Employment Law Conference
    • November 15, 2012
      Planning for 2013 Labor and Employment Law Change: The Impact of the Presidential Election on Your Workforce, Jones Day North Shore Wine Tasting and CLE
    • November 9, 2012
      Labor & Employment Law: What In-House and Outside Counsel in the Hotel Industry Should Know, Hotel & Lodging Legal Summit
    • October 12, 2012
      Class Certification Strategies, Bridgeport Continuing Legal Education Annual Wage & Hour Program
    • October 4, 2012
      German Labor & Employment Seminar
    • June 21, 2012
      European Labor & Employment related compliance issues: The latest developments in Labor law impacting local or multi-national employers
    • June 7, 2012
      The Latest in Employment Law: A Review of Case Developments, Class Actions, and Administrative Scrutiny, Jones Day Chicago 2012 MCLE University
    • May 10, 2012
      The Impact of the DOL's Fissured Industry Initiative and the Awuah Decision: Preventative Approaches for Avoiding Franchisor and Joint Employer Liability
    • May 10, 2012
      2012 Hospitality Labor & Employment Discussion Group, Conference Chair
    • May 3-4, 2012
      Developments in EEO Law, 17th Annual Mid-Year Employment Law Conference, The National Employment Law Institute
    • November 10, 2011
      Hot Topics in Wage and Hour Law, 32nd Annual National Conference on Developments in Employment Law, Employment Law Conference, The National Employment Law Institute
    • November 3, 2011
      Who's the Know it All?, Expert Testimony in Class Action Employment Litigation, ABA 5th Annual Section of Labor & Employment Law Conference
    • July 21, 2011
      Developments in Equal Employment Opportunity, Employment Discrimination Law Update, The National Employment Law Institute
    • May 19, 2011
      Jones Day MCLE University - Chicago
    • May 19, 2011
      Targets of the Government and Plaintiffs' Bar for 2011: Prepare for the Latest Issues in Employment Law
    • May 19, 2011
      Cutting Edge Wage and Hour Issues, 16th Annual Employment Law Workshop, The National Employment Law Institute
    • April 27-29, 2011
      Discovery and Subpoenas for the Next Generation of Workplace Technology, ABA National Symposium on Technology in Labor & Employment Law presented by the Technology in the Practice and Workplace Committee
    • April 14, 2011
      2011 Annual Hospitality Labor & Employment Discussion Group
    • April 14, 2011
      The annual update on hospitality wage & hour litigation: a review of meal break, tip sharing, service charge, 207(i), manager classification, franchisor-franchisee and joint employer issues
    • April 4-6, 2011
      Hospitality: DOL's "Most Wanted" for FLSA Audits, 5th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo, Cornell University
    • November 11, 2010
      Cutting Edge Wage and Hour Issues, 31st Annual National Conference on Developments in Employment Law, The National Employment Law Institute
    • November 10, 2010
      DOL Enforcement and Other Litigation, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
    • November 6, 2010
      Up In the Air and Everywhere: E-Discovery Beyond Email, Cloud Computing and Virtual Servers, ABA 4th Annual Section of Labor & Employment Law Conference
    • October 20, 2010
      Big Budgets and Aggressive Agendas: The Impact of Increased Regulation on Employers, Jones Day Dallas MCLE University
    • October 14, 2010
      An employee by Any Other Name..., 2010 California Labor & Employment Law Briefing
    • September 15, 2010
      The Laboring Oar: Discovery Issues in Labor & Employment Litigation, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
    • August 11, 2010
      Legal Update: FLSA, Independent Contractors & More, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council
    • April 28-30, 2010
      It's Not Just Email Anymore: E-Discovery and Technology - Derived Evidence and the Virtual Workplace, Technology in the Practice & Workplace Committee Midyear Meeting, American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law
    • March 16, 2010
      Wage and Hour Compliance: Key Issues Affecting the Hospitality Industry, 2010 Hospitality Labor & Employment Discussion Group
    • March 16, 2010
      Arbitration Agreements: Practical Implications of Pyett and Efficacy of Pre-Dispute Agreements
    • November 12, 2009
      Wage and Hour Compliance: Key Issues Affecting the Healthcare Industry, American Hospital Association and American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
    • October 26, 2009
      Federal and State Legislative and Regulatory Agenda, Practicing Law Institute 38th Annual Institute on Employment Law
    • October 8, 2009
      Wage and Hour Litigation and Developments: Recent Trends, New Types of Cases, and What to Expect in 2009, Jones Day 2009 California Labor & Employment Law Briefing
    • October 8, 2009
      National Trends Affecting California Employers
    • September 30, 2009
      Role of the EEOC Today: Enforcement, Ledbetter Act, ADA Amendments and GINA, 4th Annual Employment Law Conference presented by Law Bulletin Seminars
    • August 1, 2009
      E-Discovery: Best Practices for Managing Risk While Conducting Cost-Effective Review and Production, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, 2009 Annual Meeting
    • May 18, 2009
      Multi-Party Employment Claims in the US and Europe, ELA's International Committee and International Committee of the ABA's Labor & Employment Committee Transatlantic Conference
    • May 4, 2009
      Supreme Court's Crawford and Penn Plaza Decisions, and The Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act: How Will They Affect Employers? 8th Annual Labor and Employment Law Roundtable, The Center for Hospitality Research, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
    • April 29, 2009
      Preparing for Employment Legislation from the Obama Administration and the 111th Congress: The Employee Free Choice Act and much more
    • February 25-26, 2009
      Latest Developments in Anticipated Labor and Employment Legislation, Jones Day 2009 Labor & Employment Legislative Briefing
    • January 28, 2009
      Economy in Peril Part 2: RIF Tips and Pitfalls, Bankruptcy, and Transitional Issues, American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law
    • November 19, 2008
      Wage & Hour State Laws & Federal FLSA: What You Need to Know Today, National Constitution Center Conferences
    • November 13, 2008
      Recent Developments and Trends in Class Action Wage and Hour Litigation, 29th Annual National Conference on Developments in Employment Law, The National Employment Law Institute
    • October 28, 2008
      Managing the Non-Employee Workforce, PLI's Annual Benefits and Pitfalls of the Contingent Workforce
    • October 14, 2008
      U.S. Supreme Court Year in Review, An Analysis of Recent Major Decisions in Last Term and What to Expect Next Term
    • September 18, 2008
      Jones Day 2008 California Labor & Employment Law Briefing
    • September 18, 2008
      Wage and Hour Litigation and Developments, Part II: Recent Trends, New Types of Cases, and What to Expect in 2009
    • September 12, 2008
      Direct and Cross of Defendant's Forensic Psychiatrist, ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law, 2nd Annual CLE Conference
    • June 6, 2008
      Doing Business in Asia: The Labor and Employment Story, New York University 61st Annual Conference on Labor
    • May 9, 2008
      Doing Business in China: The Labor and Employment Story, NYU Law Center for Labor and Employment
    • May 2, 2008
      Use of Electronic Evidence at Trial, ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law Mid-Year Meeting, Technology in the Practice & Workplace Committee
    • April 24, 2008
      Employment Law Developments: ADA, Religious Freedom, and New Potential Protected Classes, Jones Day 2008 Labor & Employment Legislative Briefing
    • March 5, 2008
      2008 Health Care Labor & Employment Symposium, New Wave Of Wage And Hour Litigation and Related Issues
    • Feb. 12, 2008
      Testified Before U.S. House of Representatives on Workplace Religious Freedom Act
    • November 5, 2007
      What Employers Can Do to Protect At-Will Employment Status, IOMA Presentation
    • October 23, 2007
      Personnel, Investigative and Health Records, PLI's Annual Employment Law
    • October 18, 2007
      Current Labor & Employment Issues Facing Multi-National Companies in China
    • August 7, 2007
      Changes in Labor and Employment Law Affecting Multinationals Maintaining Facilities in China
    • August 2, 2007
      Training and Education Program for Chinese Judges, Institute of Judicial Administration
    • June 12, 2007
      Electronic Communications and Evidence: Significant Impact on Complex Litigation, DASMA International Regional Conference
    • May 10, 2007
      Administering, Monitoring, and Securing e-Communications in the Workplace, The National Employment Law Institute's Twelfth Annual Advanced-Level Human Resources Conferences
    • April 30, 2007
      Impact on the Profession of Electronic Discovery, the Requirements of Production and the New Rules, ISBA Committee on Legal Technology
    • April 26, 2007
      European Labor and Employment Issues Facing the Financial Services Industry
    • April 26, 2007
      E-Discovery Presentation, ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law - Technology in the Practice & Workplace Committee Midwinter Meeting, New York University School of Law
    • April 17, 2007
      Class-Action Waivers in ADR Employment Policies; a practical perspective.
    • March 22, 2007
      E-Discovery: The Legal Perspective, ABA National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law
    • December 5, 2006
      Labor & Employment Briefings: Electronic Communications and Data: The Impact on Employment Litigation
    • December 5, 2006
      Electronic Communications and Data: The Impact on Employment Litigation
    • October 25, 2006
      Recent Developments in E-Discovery: Summary of the 2006 Revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
    • September 15, 2006
      The Sedona Conference Institute: Fundamentals of Ediscovery and the New Rules
    • September 14, 2006
      LexisNexis E-Discovery Best Practices Certification Course: E-Discovery and 30(b)(6) Deposition Techniques
    • August 23, 2006
      Developments in E-Discovery: An Overview of 2006 Revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
    • October 6, 2005
      Preparing For and Engaging in Electronic Discovery
    • October 5, 2005
      Records Retention: Legal Concerns
    • April 28, 2005
      E-Discovery -- An Employment Law Perspective, Federal Bar Association
    • April 8, 2005
      E-Discovery: What You Can't See Can Hurt You, Commercial Law League of America
    • December 2, 2004
      Wage-Hour Litigation: New Plaintiff Strategies and the Impact of the New Regulations
    • November 30, 2004
      E-Discovery:  Countdown to Trial,  Midwest Conference on Law and Technology
    • September 21, 2004
      Mealey's Advanced E-Discovery Conference
    • June 22, 2004
      Wage-Hour Law: The Impact of the New Regulations on Compliance and Complex Litigation
    • April 27, 2004
      Electronic Document Collection and Processing:  Electronic Data and the Value of Early Preparation for Discovery,  The Law Bulletin E-Discovery Conference
    • February 13, 2004
      Recent Significant ADA and FMLA Developments That Legal and Human Resource Health Care Executives Should Know,  2004 Health Care Labor and Employment Symposium
    • July 10, 2003
      Walking the Legal Minefield of Human Resources
    • March 17, 2003
      Using Arbitration Agreements
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