Expanding Value of EEOC Charge Conciliation: New Rules for Information Sharing
Amendments to Procedural Regulations Governing Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide employment counsel with practical techniques to handle EEOC investigations based upon the October 2020 proposed rules that made procedural changes to EEOC charges' resolution. Our panel will outline strategic techniques to prepare for on-site investigations, navigate good faith conciliation with the EEOC, negotiate settlements, and more.
- Backgroud of rule changes
- Prior conciliation process
- New conciliation process
- Remaining issues with conciliation
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What are the important changes to EEOC conciliation under the new rule?
- What should counsel consider when entering into EEOC conciliation under the new rule?
- What issues do businesses and counsel still have in response to EEOC conciliation?
Adriana S. Kosovych
Epstein Becker & Green
Ms. Kosovych’s experience includes: representing clients in employment-related litigation on a broad array of... | Read More
Ms. Kosovych’s experience includes: representing clients in employment-related litigation on a broad array of matters, including claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, failure to accommodate disabilities, breach of employment contracts and restrictive covenants, and wage and hour disputes, in state and federal courts and before various administrative agencies, and advising employers in all facets of the employment relationship, from pre-employment considerations and hiring to terminations and post-employment restrictions.Close
Frank C. Morris, Jr.
Epstein Becker & Green
Mr. Morris leads the firm’s Employment, Labor and Workforce Management Practice in the Washington, D.C., office,... | Read More
Mr. Morris leads the firm’s Employment, Labor and Workforce Management Practice in the Washington, D.C., office, and co-chairs the firm's ADA and Public Accommodations Group. A former NLRB attorney, he now represents private and public employers in EEO, disability, labor, and general litigation matters. Mr. Morris regularly writes and lectures on various employment and litigation topics and is an adjunct professor at George Washington University Law School, where he teaches Discrimination Law.Close