Sherin and Lodgen partner Nancy S. Shilepsky moderates at the ABA’s 16th Annual Labor and Employment Law Section Conference
On November 10th, Nancy S. Shilepsky moderated the International Track panel “Workplace Culture Shifts and New Atypical Work Arrangements,” at the American Bar Association’s 16th Annual Labor and Employment Law Section Conference.
Section International Outreach Committee Co-Chair Nancy and her panel discussed how employers across the globe are implementing policies for improving workplace culture, including programs that address diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, and the importance and limitations of such efforts. The panel explored recent shifts to new workplace arrangements and the pros and cons of such work arrangements, as well as employment law, tax and social security concerns.
Nancy is a partner in the firm’s Employment Department and a leading influence in the world of executive advocacy, employment law and employment litigation. She is a champion of the interests of individuals and a trusted counselor to executives and professionals across a wide range of industries. Nancy has established an internationally recognized practice representing such clients in complex matters involving executive employment and compensation. She is also known for her pioneering work in wrongful termination and discrimination cases. Her work includes a high-profile sexual harassment case involving a First Amendment defense to workplace speech restrictions and a landmark case dealing with the eradication of race-based discrimination in compensation.
The American Bar Association (ABA) is the largest voluntary association of lawyers and legal professionals in the world. The ABA’s mission is to serve equally its members, its profession and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession. The organization provides benefits, programs and services which promote members’ professional growth and quality of life.