Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Continental Breakast 8:30AM

Program 9:00-11:30AM

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NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall 
40 Washington Square South
Greenberg Lounge, 1st Fl.
NY, NY 10012

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Center for Labor and Employment Law 

A year ago, the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke and the #MeToo Movement took off. Now it is time to assess the impact. Join the NYU Center for Labor and Employment Law  for a look at recent developments, including  New York legislation that aims to bar mandatory arbitration for sexual harassment claims, corporate in-house responses, and a review of EEOC filings and prevention initiatives.

What is working well? What are unforeseen consequences? What are the concerns of employers and employees in the wake of these changes?

 EEOC Commissioner Charlotte Burrows

 Gary D. Friedman (Weil, Gotshal & Manges)

 Cara Greene  (Outten & Golden)

Erika Ozer '97 (Swiss Re)

 Christopher Reilly (Pitney Bowes)

Moderated by Davida Perry (Schwartz, Perry, Heller) 

Welcoming Remarks by Samuel Estreicher, Dwight D. Opperman Professor of  Law, NYU School of Law



Early-bird registration discounts before Nov. 16th. Refunds are not available.

Register Now!This program is seeking 2-3 Credits of NY CLE. NYU School of Law is committed to the availability of quality affordable continuing legal education programs to its alumni community and members of the bar-at-large. Consequently, the fees charged by the School of Law for CLE programs reflect this commitment. All financial hardship requests for waived or reduced fees for NYU School of Law-sponsored CLE programs must be made in writing and contain a brief statement (no more than one page) of the economic hardship status and recent employment history (private law firm, not-for-profit, public or government service); and any pertinent financial circumstances that reflect the applicant's financial burden and need. All requests made in accordance with these guidelines shall be kept confidential. Written requests for relief will be reviewed by the individual CLE event's coordinator and the director of professional skills training. Applicants will be informed of a decision in a timely manner in advance of the date on which the program is scheduled.  

co-sponsored by NYU Law Women and The Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network: