Join lawyers from Cooley's employment & labor and compensation & benefits groups for HR Network – a seminar featuring practical solutions for human resources challenges in a dynamic employment environment. The 2021 HR Network series will be entirely virtual. While the program will look a bit different from prior years, we can’t wait to share the same useful content – just virtually. We have broken down the usual programming into multiple, shorter sessions so it is easy to tune in. Check out the full schedule below.
What Every Employer Should Know About Noncompetes
This program is an update on the current status of noncompete laws in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast US, discusses recent cases and how they affect employers, and offers practical advice on hiring candidates from competitors and handling former employees joining competitors.
Who should attend
- Human resources executives, directors and managers
- General and in-house counsel
- Finance executives
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For more information on the program series, please email Laura Miller.
The HR Network series has been submitted for SHRM CPE approval. Cooley LLP is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits for the SHRM-CP or SHRM SCP.
The HR Networks series has been submitted for HRCI General recertification credit hour toward California, GPHR, PHRi, SPHRi, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Cooley LLP is an approved CLE provider and can provide credit in CA, CO, IL, NY, PA and TX.
Cooley LLP is a sponsor and will apply for credit in OH, VA*, and WA. (*A Virginia CLE certificate will not be available in advance of the 10/31/21 Virginia compliance deadline.)
Credit in other jurisdictions may be available via reciprocity.
For specific credit questions, please contact our Licensing + Compliance team.
HR Network 2021 series of events
- October 7 – Legal Update California
- October 14 – Legal Update UK
- October 21 – Legal Update East Coast + Midwest
- October 28 – Pay Equity: Legal Developments and Considerations for Conducting Audits
- November 4 – What Every Employer Should Know About Noncompetes