St. Louis – It’s time to register for the University of Missouri Extension’s 2015 Labor Law Breakfast Series, where union officers and staff gather for a one-hour presentation by a local attorney or other speaker on topics of interest over breakfast.
This year’s series included presenters on a variety of topics, including:
- “The NLRA Outside of the Collective Bargaining Relationship;”
- “Who is an Employee? A Review of the Northwestern Football Players Case and the Law on Independent Contractors, Temps, and Undocumented Workers;” and
- “Recent Court Decisions on Right-to-Work.”
Representatives from the National Labor Relations Board, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the National Academy of Arbitrators and the University of Missouri have also presented on topics of relevance to their agencies and institutions.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
There are two ways to participate in the monthly series:
- Pay a discounted annual program fee of $150 per person. The annual fee includes breakfast and the educational program for all 12 sessions, a savings of $30!
- Or you can choose to pay on a monthly basis of $15 per person, which also includes breakfast and the educational program.
Make checks payable to the St. Louis County Extension Council and mail to: University of Missouri Extension, 10650 Gateway Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132.
Or register online at extension.missouri.edu/stlouis.
The Labor Law Breakfast Series meets the second Wednesday of each month at IBEW Local 1439 Hall, 2121 59th St. in St. Louis.
Breakfast begins at 8 a.m., followed by the presentation 8:30-9:30 a.m.
For more info or to register, contact Rob Russell at email@example.com.