You are Currently Visiting The NCBA CLE Online Catalog & Learning Portal

Original Program: 34th Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor & Employment Law Program, October 12-13, 2018

Available format

The October 2017 Term of the Supreme Court of the United States ended not a moment too soon for working people and their labor organizations.

Indeed, the 2017 Term’s punctuation point on June 27, 2017, its last opinion day, was a much-anticipated decision that poses serious financial and operational challenges - as well as intriguing opportunities for structural change and new forms of collective activity - for public sector labor unions. Looking more deeply at this term’s decisions, especially in light of the evolving nature of work itself and the widening chasm in negotiating power between workers and business owners, the wisdom of continuing to regard the employment relationship as essentially a contractual one between employees and employers presumed to have roughly equal bargaining power is more open to question than ever.

In this session, consider whether the time is nigh for re-characterizing today’s employment relationship in a more economically fair, socially sensible and jurisprudentially logical way that will better honor federal and state legislative mandates while achieving a greater degree of workplace justice.

Click on the "In Depth" tab for tuition and speaker information.

WE ALSO SUGGEST. Selected from 34th Annual North Carolina/South Carolina Labor & Employment Law Program 

The Fourth Circuit Update Year in Review for Labor and Employment Law

An Overview of Handling Social Media in Your #Employment Law Practice Worth a Retweet, Like or Follow

ADA and FMLA: Employment Rights of People with Disabilities and Employers

"Time's Up" and #MeToo: Considerations of the Benefits and Ethics of an Early Private Settlement that Avoids Litigation and Public Disclosure

The Art of Negotiations

2018 NLRB Traditional Labor Law Update

Implicit Bias

North Carolina State Law and Federal District Court Update: Labor and Employment Law

or order the whole progam!

Product Information
Product Date:
October 12, 2018
2018 Supreme Court Review: Employment Law | 2018 | On Demand
TUITION RATE. Membership discounts automatically apply at checkout. 

Standard: $120
NCBA Member: $100
CLE Premier Pass: $0


Speaker Information
Julianna 'Julie' Theall Earp  [ view bio ]
Judge Henry F Floyd  [ view bio ]
Jonathan R Harkavy   [ view bio ]
Daniel C 'Danny' Lyon   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 1.50
CLE Premier Pass
On Demand | 90-day subscription | #804CY4
NCBA Price:$0.00