The Lower Columbia Human Resources Management Association (LCHRMA) proudly presents Liani Reeves of Bullard Law.
Presenting: Preparing for and Responding to #MeToo
2017 was the year of #MeToo. As hashtags turn into actual sexual harassment claims in the workplace, is your organization ready? This training will discuss how to get your house in order, including updating policies, training employees on harassment and reporting, and having a process in place to quickly and thoroughly respond to claims of sexual harassment.
Throughout her legal career, Liani has worked on some of the most high-profile matters impacting state government both as an in house general counsel and as a litigation attorney for the State of Oregon. Liani brings a special expertise in representing public and high-profile clients. She served as General Counsel for the Office of the Governor for four years, providing advice on a wide range of legal issues including employment, public transparency, First Amendment, government ethics, tribal and public safety policy matters.Prior to the Governor's office, she spent almost a decade as an Assistant Attorney General and Deputy Chief Trial Counsel at the Oregon Department of Justice where her primary focus was employment litigation defense. Liani has successfully resolved hundreds of cases and obtained favorable jury verdicts for her clients. Since joining Bullard Law, she continues to represent public and private sector clients in advice matters and litigation. She uses her substantial experience to develop training materials to assist clients in proactively preventing and documenting employment actions against future litigation and in managing the litigation process.
The seminar will be held Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at Fort George Brewery, 1483 Duane Street in Astoria from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Anyone with an interest in the topic is welcome to attend. Register online at www.lchrma.org. The cost, including lunch, is $20 for LCHRMA members, $25 for non-members, and $15 for students.
Cancellations must be no later than March 5, 2018 by 5 p.m. for a full refund.