As I mentioned earlier this week, I am now out in Denver for the ABA Labor & Employment Section Annual Conference. But I’ll let you in on a little secret – you don’t have to be out in Denver to get some of the benefits of the conference.

The ABA has posted the conference materials online for review here. Some will find certain materials more useful than others.  The program on Top Ten Issues in Discrimination matters has some input from the EEOC as well. 


For employers, there are some very good materials on both an “in-house counsel” track and counseling track. I’ve been sitting in on a few today and will report back some of the highlights over the next three days (I’ve been having trouble with internet firewalls so the “live-blogging” will be a little more like “tape-delayed”).


And for those out in Denver, I will be moderating and speaking on a panel presentation this Saturday on How to Grow Your Labor & Employment Practice. The materials for that presentation should be up shortly (if they aren’t already by the time you read this). Please feel free to come up and introduce yourself at the presentation.