Wednesday, July 25, 2018
8:00 - 9:30am
Security National Bank
1120 S. 101st Street, Omaha
Kelli Lieurance, JD, Baird Holm
"Facebagged, Twerminated, and NetWORKed: Social Media and the Law"
Content: With the continuing expansion of technology, employers face unique challenges to assure their policies and procedures are both legally compliant and help minimize legal liability. This presentation will highlight some of the developing legal issues surrounding Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn use in (and out of) the workplace, and will include a practical discussion of what you can and cannot do in terms of regulating employee social media use.
Learning Objective: This topic changes on a nearly monthly basis. In fact, since last presented to the NHA, the National Labor Relations Board has released three separate memoranda summarizing its rulings on various social media issues. By the end of the session, participants will be able to recognize potential pitfalls when disciplining employees for social media use, as well be better able to craft compliant social media policies.
2018 Government Affairs Sessions:
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Title: "Appropriateness in the Workplace"
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Registration cancellation and deadline is July 22, 2018 to receive a full refund.
Kelli P. Lieurance is a partner who focuses on labor and employment law compliance, assisting employers with proactive, rather than just defensive, compliance efforts. Her practical approach not only offers clients a realistic view of their legal obligations, but also assists clients in implementing such obligations in a way that best suits their business needs.
Kelli received her Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2005, where she was awarded the Justice Lloyd Kagey Leadership Award. While in law school she served as Senior Publications Editor for the Kansas Journal of Law: Public Policy and was a Student Bar Association Officer and Class President. She received a Bachelor of Arts in English, with honors and distinction, from the University of Kansas in 2002.
Kelli advises and trains clients on general day-to-day employment issues, including those related to the FLSA, FMLA, and other federal and state regulations. She also advises and defends employers on EEO matters, and prior to joining the firm, served as a legal intern for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of Federal Operations, in Washington D.C. She develops and has successfully defended many Affirmative Action Programs before the OFCCP, and counsels clients on all aspects of Affirmative Action compliance. Kelli also focuses on the implications of technology and social media use in the workplace, and advises employers on how best to protect themselves. Additionally, she provides counsel to employers on payroll card implementation and e-pay stub use.