June 21, 2017 – When it comes to determining the future of health care, employment, and the areas where they intersect, all of the predictions and opinions being tossed around can seem confusing and even conflicting.
Tommy G. Thompson, the former Health and Human Services secretary and four-term governor of Wisconsin, will give his unique experience and perspective to help bring health care and employment issues into focus for attorneys at the this year’s Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute, Aug. 17-18, at Glacier Canyon Lodge at the Wilderness in Wisconsin Dells.
Governor Tommy Thompson speaks at the 50-year member reunion in May 2016 in Delafield.
Thompson, the speaker at the optional luncheon at the Institute, will share observations on proposed sweeping changes to health care in the U.S., and discuss the role of attorneys in helping employers and health care entities manage new reforms in the face of rapid changes and political controversy.
Powerful Plenaries, Insightful CLE, Beneficial Networking Opportunities, and More
Enjoy a late summer getaway and stay on top of changing laws and policies at the federal and state levels by attending the 2017 Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute.
Take a closer look at topics like ethics, cyber threat, social media, and whistleblower claims in the Institute’s four plenary sessions.
The Institute is also your opportunity to network with judges, lawyers, and other legal professionals from across the state and the U.S., and to relax at the Thursday evening cocktail reception and optional dinner at Field’s at the Wilderness, the premier steakhouse of the Dells.
Three CLE Tracks
Earn up to 12 CLE credits and 1 EPR credit while receiving robust analysis of critical changes in your practice area. Customize your CLE experience by selecting breakout sessions from the Health Law, Labor and Employment Law, and Practical Perspectives tracks.
Here’s a sampling of the CLE sessions:
Health Law Track
- HIPAA: Not Just for Health Lawyers
- The Soap Opera of Law: Unique Labor and Employment Challenges in Health Care
- False Claims Act Litigation in Health Care
Labor & Employment Law Track
- Emerging Issues in Restrictive Covenants in Wisconsin
- Equal Pay for Equal Work: Preventing Gender Discrimination in Compensation
- Remote Control: Legal Trends in Telecommuting Workplaces
Practical Perspectives Track
- Leading a Horse to Water: Getting Tough Cases to the Mediation Table
- The Eleventh Hour Complaint: Managing Problem Employees
- Antitrust Red Flags in Hiring and Compensation Practices
Visit hle.wisbar.org for a complete schedule, CLE session descriptions, and registration information. The Institute will be submitted for general program approval by the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners and for Minnesota CLE credit for up to 12 CLE credits, including up to 1 EPR credit.
Family Fun at Glacier Canyon Lodge in Wisconsin Dells – Register by July 17 for Best Rate
A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Glacier Canyon Lodge for Institute attendees. Reserve your room by July 17 to receive the discounted rate. Call the reservation desk at (800) 867-WILD and mention block #524199. After July 17, Glacier Canyon Lodge cannot guarantee room availability or provide a discount on room rates.
As a Glacier Canyon Lodge guest, you can also take advantage of the many attractions on the Wilderness Resort property.
Register for the Institute by July 28 to Save up to $50!
Register for the Institute by July 28 to save $50. If you wish to participate in any optional Institute activities, including the optional luncheon and dinner, be sure to select them during the registration process.
There are four ways to register:
- Go online to WisBar.org’s Marketplace
- Call Customer Service at (800) 728-7788
- Fax your registration form to (608) 257-5502
- Mail your registration form to State Bar PINNACLE Registrations, P.O. Box 7158, Madison, WI 53707-7158