Just the Facts: Key Court Decisions of 2014 (Individual) – FREE
Now in individual and group-learning formats, review the facts of recent labor and employment law cases and learn how to translate the outcomes into practical action that can help your institution avoid similar situations.
This course is ideal for HR professionals and others on campus who manage labor and employment issues. It will help you think through, talk about and respond to existing or potential legal issues on campus.
You’ll get the facts of the case from CUPA-HR General Counsel Ira Shepard, who is an employment and labor law expert as well as a highly-rated CUPA-HR conference speaker. You’ll then work through guided questions to consider how a similar situation might impact your own institution before judging the outcome for yourself. Shepard will then provide the outcome of the case before you consider how your institution can avoid a similar situation.
This course was developed in conjunction with the association’s learning framework, which guides all CUPA-HR education and programming.
Laws and Cases From the Course
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
- EEOC v. Ford Motor Co.
- Hwang v. Kansas State University
- Summers v. Altarum Institute
- First Amendment
- Lane v. Franks
- Matusick v. Erie County Water Authority
- Harassment Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Adams v. Austal, USA
- Briggs v. University of Detroit-Mercy
- Wilson v. Cook County
- Battle v. D.C.
- Due Process Under the Fourteenth Amendment
- Keating v. University of South Dakota
Individual Learning — Just the Facts: Key Course Decisions of 2014
Free for CUPA-HR Members and Nonmembers
This price provides 45-day access for one participant to the learning module, guided learning activities, course guide and glossary of legal terms. Average course completion time is two hours.