NELA and our sister organization, The Employee Rights Advocacy Institute For Law & Policy (The Institute), invite you to a members-only discussion on Tuesday, May 4 about the Biden/Harris Administration’s progress on NELA’s Legislative & Public Policy priorities: Reinvigorating DOL to serve our nation’s working people; Ending forced arbitration in the workplace; and Advocating for progressive judicial candidates. Moderated by Laura M. Flegel, NELA’s Legislative & Public Policy Director, we are thrilled to have our coalition partners join us for this important conversation.
Judy Conti, Government Affairs Director at the National Employment Law Project (NELP), will discuss reinvigorating the Department of Labor to serve our nation’s working people.
Remington A. Gregg, Public Citizen’s Counsel for Civil Justice and Consumer Rights, will update NELA members on efforts to end forced arbitration and gain passage of the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act (FAIR Act, H.R. 963).
Christopher Kang, co-founder and chief counsel of Demand Justice, joins us to discuss the Biden/Harris Administration, the 117th Congress, and opportunities for change on the federal bench.
This is a members-only event. RSVP