Thursday, May 11, 2017
The Annual meeting of the ABA International LEL Committee just wrapped up in Dublin. I was pleased to be joined here by Laura Cooper (Minnesota), Marley Weiss (Maryland), and Ben Sachs (Harvard). Anyone interested in becoming involved in this Committee can contact me or any of these folks. Topics covered the gamut of LEL law and practice, and included:
- Ireland: The Changing Labor and Employment Landscape on the Emerald Isle
- Brexit, Trump and Beyond: How the New Political Landscapes in the U.S. and U.K. Will Impact Workplace Law around the World
- With Trump Towering in the U.S., How Will Labor & Employment Laws and Standards Change at Home?
- With the U.K. Exiting the EU and Similar Movements Gaining Ground Elsewhere, How Will Labor and Employment Laws & Standards Change Abroad?
- Globalization’s Impact on Labor and Employment Law: How the Issue Is Shaping the Workplace
- Enforcing Responsible Business Conduct in a Changing Political Environment
- Where the Work Gets Done: The Changing Climate for Corporate Decision-making
- Anti-Immigration Efforts in the U.S., U.K. and E.U. and Their Impact on Labor & Employment Law and Practice
- Hot Cross-Border Issues
- Please Mind the Gap: A Cross-Border Comparison of New Laws and Initiatives to Equal Pay
- Company Relocations and Restructurings: More Brexit Implications for Multinationals and their Workforces
- The Legal and Other Challenges to the “Gig Economy” around the Globe: What's the Score?
- Industry Day: Exploring Key Global Labor and Employment Issues in Three Industry Groups
- Pharma and Health Care
- Energy and Infrastructure