Hartford Chapter EPL Seminar & Social

#MeToo, Pay Equity & “What’s behind Door #3:" Taking the Mystery & Misery out of Damages in Employment Matters


 Start Date - End Date

June 06, 2019

Registration Deadline

Wednesday, June 05, 2019



EPL Seminar & Social
Thursday, June 6th | 3:00 - 6:00 pm


#MeToo, Pay Equity & "What's Behind Door #3:"
Taking the Mystery & Misery Out of Damages in Employment Matters

These issues will be examined, as covered by Employment Practices Liability Insurance:

  • The impact of #MeToo efforts to hold abusive managers accountable
  • The inclusion of non-binary members of the workforce and how corporations empower all employees regardless of gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, religion or other protected status.
  • How these issues impact insurance underwriting and claims are the core subject matter of the session.

University of Connecticut School of Law
William F. Starr Hall - Davis Courtroom
45 Elizabeth Street | Hartford, CT
*Parking information can be found here

Your Investment
$20 for PLUS members | $45 for non-members


Registration Fees

Price Description Amount
Non-Member Registration $45.00
Member Registration $20.00

Available Functions

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
  Registration / Check-in
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
  #MeToo, Pay Equity and “What’s behind Door #3” - Taking the mystery and misery out of damages in employment matters
Issues covered by Employment Practices Liability Insurance will be examined:

* The impact of #metoo efforts to hold abusive managers accountable

* The inclusion of non-binary members of the workforce and how corporations empower all employees regardless of gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, religion or other protected status.

* How these issues impact insurance underwriting and claims are the core subject matter of the session.

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  Social with hors d'oeuvres & drinks

Speakers

NameOrganizationSpeaking At
Chris Williams (PANELIST) Travelers  #MeToo, Pay Equity and “What’s behind Door #3” - Taking the mystery and misery out of damages in employment matters
Dove Burns (PANELIST) Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, LLP  #MeToo, Pay Equity and “What’s behind Door #3” - Taking the mystery and misery out of damages in employment matters
Dwight Steward (PANELIST) EmployStats  #MeToo, Pay Equity and “What’s behind Door #3” - Taking the mystery and misery out of damages in employment matters
Erin Ringbloom (PANELIST) Allied World Assurance Company  #MeToo, Pay Equity and “What’s behind Door #3” - Taking the mystery and misery out of damages in employment matters

Location Information

University of Connecticut School of Law
William R. Davis Courtroom, Starr Hall
Hartford, CT 06105

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