Presentations

May 18, 2017

Daniel J. Rose
Anna B. Cole

Can I Ask That?: Navigating Medical Inquiries of Employees

Disability discrimination claims are some of the most common employment discrimination claims. This webinar will provide tribal human resources professionals with tips and best practices related to what questions they can, cannot, and/or should not ask applicants and employees about medical conditions in order to avoid potential disability discrimination or retaliation complaints...

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WebinarIndian Law
 
May 12, 2017

Edward (Ted) J. Kelleher

Marijuana on Main Street How Downtowns Navigate Legal Cannabis

Gardiner, MERegulated Substances
 
May 11, 2017

Gerald M. Zelin
Erin R. Feltes
Jeanne M. Kincaid
Eric R. Herlan

Buckle Your Seatbelts! The New Hampshire Board of Education is on the Verge of Amending the State’s Special Education Rules.

The New Hampshire Board of Education is on the verge of amending the state’s special education rules. The proposed new rules include LOTS of changes. This conference, scheduled to occur shortly after the new rules are expected to become effective, will review and analyze them for special education directors, LEA representatives, private school administrators, and others responsible for compliance...

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Concord, NHSchool & Education
 
May 10, 2017

Peter C. Felmly
Laurel A. (Van Buskirk) McClead
Daniel J. Rose

Getting Pay Right: Compliance and Fairness

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Rockport, MaineEmployment & Labor
 
May 3, 2017

Kaighn Smith, Jr.
Anna B. Cole

Tribal Nation Employee Liability and Sovereign Immunity

Indian Law
 
April 28, 2017

Peter C. Felmly
Daniel J. Rose

Advanced Supervisor’s Training: How to Evaluate and Discipline Employees Fairly and Create an Effective Workplace

All supervisors are tasked with ensuring that their employees are performing to their potential, and that requires creating an effective workplace where performance is rewarded, expectations are clear, and employees who are not performing or are engaging in misconduct are dealt with clearly and fairly. These tasks are all the more challenging in public schools where union contracts can restrict management’s freedom to deal with performance problems and where it can be difficult to change a negative culture...

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Augusta, MESchool & Education
 
April 27, 2017

Elek A. Miller

Dental Student “Real World” Q & A: Understanding Your Business and Personal Options

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April 25, 2017

Kasia S. Park

Civil Liability for Law Enforcement

Augusta, MELitigation
 
April 4, 2017

Christopher G. Stevenson
Laurel A. (Van Buskirk) McClead

Essential IRS Compliance Issues for Tribal HR

IRS audits of Indian tribes have been on the rise in recent years and the potential penalties for non-compliance are very large. However, there are a few key issues all HR professionals in Indian Country should be aware of in order to greatly reduce a tribe’s potential exposure in the event of an audit. This webinar will identify the major issues the IRS focuses on during the audit process and provide steps all HR professionals in Indian Country should implement in order to be ready in the event of an audit. This webinar will also provide attendees with the latest ACA updates...

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WebinarIndian Law
 
March 30, 2017

Jeanne M. Kincaid

Enhancing Access to Information in an Era of Legal Uncertainty

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Seattle, WashingtonHigher Education