Registration Open for Employment Law Conference in Tulsa, OKC

Ponca City Now - July 1, 2024 6:03 am

OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Gentner Drummond’s office will offer its annual Employment Law Conference with a July 11 session in Tulsa and a July 18 session in Oklahoma City. Registration for the free event is now open.
Hosted by the agency’s Office of Civil Rights Enforcement, the conference will focus on emerging issues in employment law discrimination, including updates on equal employment practices, navigating social and political expression in the workplace and handling religious accommodations within employee dress codes. Continuing Education Credits will be available.
“We’ve assembled a terrific group of attorneys to provide sessions on a variety of employment law topics,” said Eric Di Giacomo, acting chief of the Civil Rights Enforcement division at the attorney general’s office. “We look forward to bringing this program into the community to promote compliance among small businesses, human resources professionals and attorneys.”
Speakers will include representatives from the Office of the Attorney General, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and nationally recognized lawyers who practice employment law.
The conference is open to everyone interested in employment law. It begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m. each day. In Tulsa, the conference will be held at the Oklahoma State University – Tulsa Auditorium, 700 N. Greenwood Ave; and in Oklahoma City, at the Oklahoma Bar Center, 1901 N. Lincoln. To register for either session, visit the registration page or email [email protected]. For more information, call 405-521-3921.

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