CLE Catalog
CLE Catalog
Kelley Drye’s CLE Catalog provides a menu of continuing legal education content that can be tailored for presentation to your legal department and business professionals.

Use the filters below to browse topics by practice or industry, and please contact us if you would like to discuss a customized CLE presentation for your team.  Seminars can be presented on-site at your office, when safe to do so, or via webinar.

Kelley Drye is an accredited provider of NY, CA, IL and TX CLE and, when possible these programs will offer continuing legal education credits in those states. We will apply for CLE credit in other jurisdictions, upon request, but cannot guarantee approval. 

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Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment, COVID-19 Response
As the Delta variant runs rampant, employers continue to struggle with the many significant employment impacts of COVID-19, both direct and indirect. The Kelley Drye Labor and Employment group has continued to monitor fast-changing developments and the ever-evolving guidance in response. With a pandemic that is not nearly behind us, what should employers do regarding vaccination, accommodations for those who can’t get vaccinated, employee privacy issues in connection with proof of vacci...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
Managing employee requests related to disabilities (actual, perceived or alleged) is a trap for the unwary human resources department. Requests may involve leave for extended or unlimited periods of time, workplace changes and more. Employers must consider the interaction between numerous laws, including the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as their state counterparts. In this session, our employment attorneys will review the Family Medi...
Fashion and Retail, Trade Secret and Restrictive Covenant Litigation, Litigation, Intellectual Property
Restrictive covenants can help brands and retailers protect their tangible and intangible business assets, including customer relationships, trade secrets, and other intellectual property that provide a competitive advantage. However, while they are generally enforceable, restrictive covenants are disfavored in the law. In this session, our attorneys will share considerations for drafting a restrictive covenant, cautionary tales from court, and tips for the “kiss goodbye” whe...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Privacy and Information Security Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Privacy and Information Security Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
As workforces become increasingly mobile, and the line between personal time and work time blurs, employers face the challenge of balancing data security with employee privacy rights. While breaches of customer data have received the most media scrutiny, employee data breaches are also causing legal problems for companies. Employers are facing increasing pressure to manage employee communications, measure productivity, maintain corporate image, and deter or prevent wrongdoing. In this se...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
From New York to California, states have different laws regarding equal pay, yet most mandate that male and female employees doing work that is “substantially similar” must be compensated equally. This session will address what employers need to know to stay compliant with New York’s Achieve Pay Equity Act, California’s Fair Pay Act, and the myriad other state and federal regulations. The program will provide practical advice on how to proactively analyze employee comp...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
Reductions-in-force remain a fact of business. Making the right choices on employment challenges can be the difference between millions in liability or millions in savings. This program will discuss five essential considerations that can make the difference, from WARN Act considerations to newly enacted overtime pay regulations.
Privacy and Information Security Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Privacy and Information Security Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
In this session, our attorneys will discuss employee data privacy issues for companies that operate globally - including the standards for employee privacy in a range of jurisdictions and balancing balancing the need to secure company data with the privacy rights of employees. We will review various statutes and regulations governing third-party and employee data in myriad jurisdictions; which privacy rights are implicated when employees communicate with others in and out of the workplac...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Wage and Hour Class Action Defense, Labor and Employment
As employees become more informed about their rights, employers should also stay on top of the ever-changing federal and state wage and hour laws to avoid run-ins with the Department of Labor and state labor agencies. This program will explore the most commonly made errors, including misclassifying non-exempt employees as exempt , failing to recognize what time is compensable, misclassifying employees as independent contractors, and failing to comply with both state and federal wage and hour ...
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
Social media has created high-risk, high-reward opportunities for companies to promote their brand and reach millions of potential customers. It has also opened up avenues for employees to destroy a company’s reputation, harass co-workers, and engage in personal social media activities during work hours. In this session, our labor and employment attorneys will discuss the challenges surrounding employee's use of social media, including circumstances under which you can dis...
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Trade Secret and Restrictive Covenant Litigation, Labor and Employment
A company’s proprietary information and client relationships are paramount to its success.  Many companies look to various restrictive covenants such as non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements and “anti-raiding” provisions in employment contracts to limit disclosure of confidential company information, retain talent and discourage competition by former employees. Join the Kelley Drye Labor and Employment team for a review of the different types of restrictive ...
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