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The mission of the Labor and Employment Law Section is to serve and support our members and others through opportunities for education, leadership, networking, and public service, and by providing quality programs, publications, scholarships and awards relating to the field of labor and employment law. We encourage you to Join the Section to experience the many benefits of Section membership. For Section members, we hope you will Get Involved with the Section through participation on committees, writing articles for our publications, or volunteering to present at one of our CLE offerings.
As we begin a new bar year, I’d like to reflect on what we accomplished as a Section last year. Under the leadership of immediate Past Chair Shane Munoz, we experienced one of the most successful years in recent memory. We had 2,381 members at year’s end, the highest since before the Great Recession, making us the seventh largest of The Florida Bar’s 20 sections. We sponsored or co-sponsored five major seminars, with 313 attendees. Our webinar series covered a variety of short topics attracting 155 attendees.» Read the Full Message
The Section is pleased to announce the publication of the following article in The Florida Bar Journal by Carlo D. Marichal: Private Sector Florida Whistleblower Act Opposition Claims: Is An Actual Violation Required To Be Engaged in Statutorily Protected Activity?» Read Entire Post