Chopra to Speak at ABA's 7th Annual Labor and Employment Law ConferenceNovember 6-9, 2013
O’Melveny partner and Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice, Apalla Chopra (LA), will be speaking at ABA's "7th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference," to be held on November 6-9, 2013 in New Orleans.
Apalla will be on the panel for "Overcoming New Hurdles for Class Certification" to discuss issues in class action employment litigation and provide useful pointers for practitioners. Topics will include the Supreme Court's Comcast Corp. v. Behrend decision, the Sixth Circuit's Serrano v. Cintas decision, follow up on Dukes v. Wal-Mart Stores, and the impact, if any, of Genesis Healthcare Corp. v. Symczyk on Rule 23 class certification motions.
Conference highlights will include:
- 2012-2013 Supreme Court Labor and Employment Law Review
- Conversations with the National Labor Relations Board Members and General Counsel
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Leaders Discuss Latest Initiatives and Regulations
- Overviews of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
- In-House Counsel Sessions
- Hot Topics and Case Law Developments
- Legislative Updates
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New Orleans, Louisiana
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