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Length: 53min Published: 4/29/2020
Autumn of 2017 brought with it a wave of attention to successive allegations of workplace sexual harassment against powerful individuals in the public eye, even prompting Time Magazine to award its 2017 Person of the Year to “The Silence Breakers.” #MeToo and #TimesUp hashtags became pervasive and intense conversations ensued regarding what is and isn’t appropriate workplace behavior. This program will dive into how the employment law has measured up to the movement. Topics covered include: - Discrimination & harassment review - The new legislative landscape - The courts' response - Going forward: best practices in the new landscape
* The history or of #MeToo and #TimesUp
* Recognize and mitigate inappropriate law firm behavior
* Best practices on confronting discrimination and harassment