CLE - What all Employers Should Understand: the National Labor Relations Act and National Labor Relations Board Process

Date

03.18.24

Time

12:00 pm

Location

What all Employers Should Understand: the National Labor Relations Act and National Labor Relations Board Process

For unionized and nonunionized employers alike—in this CLE, Chuck Ercole, Lee Moylan, and Stephanie Wolbransky will provide a brief overview of the National Labor Relations Act, its coverage, and recent National Labor Relations Board decisions about which all employers should be aware. The presenters also will discuss the overall NLRB process when a charge is filed and provide practical advice on how to handle that charge through court enforcement.

This CLE is available in person (lunch will be served) and online!

This complimentary program will qualify for 1 hour of PA CLE substantive credit.*

Monday, March 18, 2024
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Please register here to attend this CLE.

On the registration page, you will be asked to indicate whether you wish to attend in-person or online, but please note that in-person capacity is limited. If you select in-person attendance but capacity has been reached, you will be notified so that you may plan to attend online. All registrants will receive a Zoom link to attend online in case circumstances change. If you register to attend in person but need to change to online attendance later, please email marketing@klehr.com so that we may update our records.

*In order to qualify for CLE credit, you must attend at least 50 minutes of the live presentation. Verification codes will be provided to confirm

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