Labor & Employment Law Committee was created in 2003 as an educational,
networking and resource support group. Over the years, the Committee has
presented panels at the NAPABA Annual Convention and Regional Conferences
discussing the impact of developing law and legislation in several areas
including collective bargaining, union organizing, discrimination, wage and
hour claims, harassment, retaliation, family medical leave, disability laws,
reductions in force, class actions, collective actions, global employment
policies and practices, trade secrets, employee privacy and workplace safety.
Committee’s members currently include government attorneys, law students, sole
practitioners, and in-house counsel, as well as law firm practitioners from
both sides of the Bar.
meetings include conference calls, usually on a quarterly-basis, to present
guest speakers, legal updates and discussion topics to its members. The
Committee also holds its annual meeting at the Annual Convention each year and
encourages any and all NAPABA members interested in labor and employment law to
attend both the conference calls and annual meetings.