Get Ready for 2024 – with the "Annual Half-Day Legal Conference-New Years' Edition," Hosted by South Brevard SHRM and FordHarrison on January 11, 2024

Date   Jan 11, 2024
Time   10:30 AM - 3:30 PM

This year’s event will feature a special guest speaker from FordHarrison’s Washington DC office, Consuela Pinto, who will join Michelle Tatum-Bush and Louis Wilson from FordHarrison’s Melbourne Office for an in-depth discussion on hot topics in employment law that HR professionals and employers need to be aware of for 2024.  

Thursday, January 11, 2024
10:30 AM to 3:30 PM

NOTE: Registration closes January 4, 2024

Suntree Country Club
300 Country Club Drive
Melbourne, FL 32940

About the Sessions
OFCCP Update & DEI Compliance Strategies:

  • OFCCP Update: Key changes to the OFCCP’s Scheduling Letter, including a new focus on AI; Strategies for being audit ready and OFCCP’s approach to compensation.
  • DEI Initiatives Post Harvard/UNC Decision: Advice for employers on best practices for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) compliance, including conducting DEI audits.

Consuela Pinto - Partner, FordHarrison LLP

What’s New and Coming in 2024: A New Year’s Legal Update:

  • This session will provide HR professionals and employers with key insights and updates as we start the new year, including the latest on proposed changes to exempt salaries and labor law changes affecting both unionized and nonunionized workforces, a look at recent Supreme Court activity, and a review of the latest from Washington DC impacting the workplace. 
  • In preparation for HR Florida’s Day on the Hill, we will also take a look at bills that have been introduced for the new session in Tallahassee that could have an impact on employers.

R. Michelle Tatum-Bush - Partner, FordHarrison LLP, Louis D. Wilson - Partner, FordHarrison LLP

HR Investigations Deep Dive:

  • A look at how to contend with investigations involving new twists and wrinkles, like remote working employees, anonymous complaints made on social media, text messages gone missing, and complaints you just know are going to end up in litigation...  
  • The session will feature a fun and interactive review of key steps and practical advice to be sure you properly investigate and address workplace concerns and are prepared for whatever may come your way in 2024.

Louis D. Wilson - Partner, FordHarrison LLP

Continuing Education

  • This course is pending approval by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. 
  • This program is also pending approval by HRCI for 1 hour of PHR, GPHR, and SPHR recertification credit. 


Cost: $50 Member, $50 Student Non-member, $60 Guest
For more information and to register for this program, please click here.