Ethics, Labor and Employment

21st Annual Labor & Employment Forum


The TBA's 21st Labor and Employment Forum promises to be both practical and entertaining. Six hours of CLE credit have been crammed into sessions on the latest federal and state developments, with separate emphasis on the expansion of labor laws in non-union settings, emerging gender-related issues, and the continued explosion of wage and hour litigation. This year’s list of presenters includes judges from each of the Tennessee’s federal districts and a former member of the National Labor Relations Board: U.S. District Judge Waverly Crenshaw (Middle District), U.S. Magistrate Judge Chris Steger (Eastern District), and John Raudabaugh. Other speakers, consisting of both employee and employer advocates, include Stan Graham, Donna Mikel, Michael Russell, Heather Collins, Maha Ayesh, Bruce Buchanan and the always controversial Bob Boston. Donald Capparella will offer an ethics presentation that promises to be thought provoking and entertaining. This year’s section chair, John Bode, has agreed to refrain from speaking, but may still bring his box of door prizes.

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You may park in the Commerce Street Garage (310 Commerce Street, across from the AT&T Building). We will be validating parking tickets, so please make sure to bring your ticket!


This course is no longer available for purchase.

Course Information May 05, 2017
  • Registration: 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • Schedule: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Nashville, TN
Tennessee Bar Center, 2nd Floor
  • Section discount for Labor & Employment section members
  • Parking validation (see details on parking garage)
  • Free Wi-Fi
Course Credits Dual Credits: 1.25
General Credits: 5.00
Total Credits: 6.25

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please contact TBA for Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama credit.

Course Agenda

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