Virtual Event
 | Thursday
Like all of you, we’ve been monitoring the evolving impact of the coronavirus (COVID‑19). The safety of our registrants and attorneys is first priority. After careful review of government recommendations, we have decided to switch our 2020 Atlanta Labor & Employment Law Workshop to an online format. Your registration is automatically carrying over to our virtual program. In the coming weeks you will receive specific instructions on how to log in from a computer and participate.
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Pugh at or 404.230.6763 or any Atlanta attorney.

Your patience and understanding as we adapt to this situation is greatly appreciated.

Howdy, Partners! As the perils of the wild west of human resources and employment law continue to grow, staying up to speed and preparing for the future may be more important than ever. From uncertain legislative action, unpredictable juries and unprecedented lawsuits, human resource professionals, legal counsel and business owners are facing new challenges on a daily basis. To protect your workplace from the outlaws of the old west, you need to develop a plan to avoid or defeat every duel you may have to face. Please join us as we share strategies to wrangle your workplace issues at the Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete 2020 employment law seminar. This day-long event offers informative sessions that will cover all of the latest information and practical advice needed to tackle the wild west of HR.

The Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP Labor & Employment Law Workshop is an interactive program designed for human resource professionals, corporate counsel, supervisors and managers, and business owners. The program includes a seminar manual, as well as a continental breakfast and buffet lunch. The seminar is a cost-effective opportunity to get answers to questions and specific practical advice from our employment lawyers. Participants in previous years’ programs have told us that this is the most valuable seminar they attend all year.

Sessions To Include:
  • Recent Developments in Employment Law
  • Tackling Digital Dilemmas in the Workplace
  • Current Issues with Collective Bargaining
  • Cultivating An Inclusive Workplace Culture
  • Managing Challenging FMLA Issues
... and much more!

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Where: Virtual (additional details will be provided)

When: Thursday, August 27th, 2020; 8:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.


If you have already registered and paid at full price, you will receive a $50 refund (per person) after you attend the workshop.

*Registration deadline is August 20, 2020.  

Continuing Education Credits:

This program is approved for:

  • 6 hours Georgia CLE
  • 6 hours HRCI credit
  • 6 hours SHRM credit

For additional information about this event, please contact Rebecca Pugh at

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