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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.
One of the responsibilities of the Section Chair is to develop special projects for the year. For example, Sherril Colombo, chair during the 2012-13 bar year, oversaw the preparation of the survey of Section members regarding Labor and Employment Law Certification. Bob Turk, 2013-14 chair, increased our networking with the NLRB by organizing meetings with regional office personnel. Shane Munoz, 2014-15 chair, started a project designed to gather information from the U.S. District Judges in the three federal districts on standard practices in FLSA cases, with the goal of developing useful resources for practitioners, including potentially a set of model forms.» Read the Full Message
The Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases filed its proposed jury instructions on the Florida Civil Rights Act with the Florida Supreme Court on February 23, 2016. Following committee practice, the instructions have not been formally sent to the Labor and Employment Law Section for review and comment. The Florida Bar News release […]» Read Entire Post