#MeToo: What It Means For You, Too

The political and cultural climate surrounding workplace sexual harassment is evolving faster than many companies can address or adapt to on their own. Recent public campaigns against sexual harassment and assault (e.g., #MeToo, Time’s Up) reflect a sea change in how individuals make allegations, how the media covers them, and how the general public views the remedy or response. This course provides practical and actionable advice for companies on how to construct a workplace environment that rejects sexual harassment.



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Susannah Howard
Partner
Susannah Howard is an experienced labor and employment lawyer specializing in a range of employment and labor matters, including wage-and-hour disputes, enforcement of non-compete agreements, background check procedures, employee discipline and termination, discrimination based on age, race, sex, national origin, physical handicap, and related matters. She skillfully defends and represents a variety of clients in a diverse array of industries including the airline, staffing, financial services, technology, and private equity sectors.
Adam Karr
Partner
Adam J. Karr represents clients in class action and individual litigation, arbitrations, and before state and federal agencies, principally in labor and employment-related claims. Adam practices before state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, and has represented clients in a broad range of disputes, including wage and hour matters, contract disputes, non-compete and trade secret litigation, employee benefits claims, and matters arising under the National Labor Relations Act and Railway Labor Act. Adam also has represented clients in claims of employment discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, and disputes under the family and medical leave laws. Adam provides preventive advice to clients on an ongoing basis and assists clients in handling employment related investigations, employee termination and discipline decisions, drafting employment agreements and policies, layoffs, and compliance with all aspects of labor and employment laws. He also provides assistance on labor and employment law issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions. Adam has been recognized by the Daily Journal as a Top Labor & Employment Lawyer and by Law360 as one of 10 Rising Stars in the United States in the area of labor and employment law.
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