WEBINAR: Please join us for this presentation on November 12th @ 2:00pm ET (1pm CT, Noon, MT, 11am PT)

Registration Fee: $129

Internships have become a critical necessity for college and university students as they transition to the world of work. Many institutions of higher learning have incorporated internships into their undergraduate curriculum over the past few years. These internships provide students with practical experience and enhance the educational process. The explosion of student internships, closely followed by an equally explosive number of lawsuits brought by interns against their sponsoring companies, however, has created a perilous legal condition for both employers and educational institutions who sponsor or host internship programs.

In this exclusive live webcast, we will discuss employment law issues for organizations that host interns and specific issues that higher education professionals need to be aware of. During this presentation we will focus primarily on federal employment law issues, but will provide references to state law where applicable.  Furthermore, we will highlight potential issues that organizations should be aware of and how they should structure their internship programs to decrease the potential likelihood for violating federal or state employment laws.  This presentation will examine the conflict among courts and governmental agencies regarding the applicable test to determine whether an intern is, in fact, an employee, eligible to receive the protections afforded him or her under federal, state and local laws.  Finally, we will also examine the applicable laws and DOL standards regarding remote work, as more and more companies and organizations have moved their internship programs online in responce to COVID-19.

Join us for this exclusive presentation to learn:

  • best-practices for facilitating internships and experiential education;
  • DOL internship regulations;
  • Federal laws regarding remote work and how this applies to internships;
  • how to help your employer partners minimize legal risk while creating a beneficial internship program;
  • how to build lasting relationships with employers through meaningful partnerships;
  • components of an exceptional internship program;
  • And much more!

By registering, you’ll receive:

  • LIVE, web access to the training session for your entire staff plus the ability to participate in the Q&A Session.
  • Employment Law Issues For Internships  – a $20 value
  • A video recording of this event and the slidedeck.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Michael Moody, Principal of MJ Moody Legal Advisors, PLLC, is a trusted legal and business advisor with senior level experience with a broad range of employment, labor and compliance issues. Drawing upon a track record of effective collaboration with global human resources and management teams, he provides his clients (including publicly traded companies, universities and smaller, entrepreneurial organizations) with sound, practical advice in response to complex business issues. Michael counsels on full range of employment-related issues including recruitment and hiring, wage and hour, fair employment requirements, accommodations, Title IX concerns, affirmative action, immigration, privacy, data protection, whistle-blowing, anti-corruption and other compliance matters.

Prior to establishing his own firm, Michael served as Assistant General Counsel for The Timberland Company for over a decade. He has significant media experience (interviews/profiles) including 60 Minutes, U.S. News and World Report, Fast Company and Diversity and the Bar magazine which focused on his choice to be part of a job share team, allowing him to find a better work/life balance.

After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1992, Michael was a Labor and Employment attorney with Hale and Dorr (now Wilmer Hale) in Boston and Jones Day in Cleveland. Michael graduated with honors from Dartmouth College in 1986 where he majored in history. Prior to law school, Michael worked as a financial analyst in both the private and public sectors.