What’s New Since #MeToo ?
November 28, 2018 (Wed)  10:00 AM  US/Eastern

In our webinar series, Harassment in the Workplace, we've been keeping you up to date on best practices since the advent of the #MeToo movement. In our final installment of the series, you will hear from experienced employment lawyers about how employers are adapting their harassment policies and training, investigation processes and resolutions of sexual harassment claims in light of the #MeToo movement.

Guest Speakers:

Angela M. Hayden

Angela is an experienced litigator. Her practice includes both civil and criminal litigation and the frequent intersection of the two. Her civil practice includes an emphasis on employment litigation, including discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination claims, and complex commercial litigation. In addition to complex litigation matters, she represents a variety of clients in other business litigation matters, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and other business-related disputes.

Lynn M. Reynolds

Lynn’s practice compliments the firm’s litigation expertise by providing employment and compliance counseling to businesses. During her more than 15 years as an in-house counsel, Lynn regularly advised senior executives and human resource professionals across the US on a wide variety of employment matters ranging from performance management and compensation to harassment claims and related investigations. She's drafted company policies and developed and delivered engaging training programs for managers and employees. Lynn has also led the implementation of various internal compliance and technology programs. She brings with her a breadth of experience and distinct perspective of having been both an advisor and client to develop strategies and solutions that are tailored to each business’s unique system and culture.