Stephen B. Moldof presents on a panel at the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section’s National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law in Coronado, California

Stephen B. Moldof participated in a panel at the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section’s National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law in Coronado, California on March 16, 2018.  The panel, titled “The Future Direction of Employment Law: Is the USA moving further away or closer to the rest of the World?”, discussed how American employment law differs from many other countries and the impact of those differences on both employers and employees.  The panel also discussed different ways countries have addressed employment issues in the gig workspace and whether the differences in U.S. law and ideology will militate against, or even prevent, the U.S. from making any changes.

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