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Join us in the next session of courses beginning October 24, 2022.

Employment & Human Resources Law

Do human resource issues keep you up at night?

These courses will help give you a better understanding of the fundamentals of employment and human resources law after a thorough review of statutes, regulations, and judicial decisions.

After exploring constitutional concepts and legislation governing workplace privacy, you will understand the processes and goals of workplace investigations.

Study the foundations of the statutes which prohibit workplace discrimination and how they have evolved into the current workplace environment.

Workplace Investigations

Dabney Ware,
 Foley & Lardner, LLP
Learn about considerations needed to conduct proper workplace investigations, including common issues and how to address concerns with regards to these inquiries.

Fundamentals in Employment and Human Resources Law

Brad deBeaubien,
 Shumaker Loop & Kendrick, LLP
This course will not only cover the fundamentals of employment law through an overview of statutes, regulations, and judicial decisions, but will also analyze different employment acts and their impacts on the workplace.

Employment Discrimination

Rob Sniffen,
 Sniffen & Spellman, P.A.
Jeff Slanker,
 Sniffen & Spellman, P.A.
Learn more about the federal statutes which prohibit workplace intolerance as well as the rights, remedies, defenses, and protections that apply.

Workplace Privacy and Its Ramifications to Your Business

Greg Hearing,
 GrayRobinson, P.A.
Kevin Sullivan,
 GrayRobinson, P.A.
How private is private? Delve into the federal and state constitutional concepts and legislation governing workplace privacy. Understand the common law concepts of privacy. Study the effects of workplace monitoring and employment screening. Explore the potential causes of actions and different types of agreements.

Privacy Law & Policy Courses

Do you have a full understanding of U.S. data privacy laws?

These courses will lead you from understanding the landscape of U.S. privacy laws to a deeper dive into specific industries including medical, financial, education and telecommunications.

You will learn how to create your organization’s privacy policy and how privacy affects the work environment.
If you choose to take all the courses as part of our certification, you will be prepared to pass the CIPP exam and become a Certified Information Privacy Professional since we are a Certified Training Partner of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

The Fundamentals of Informational Privacy and Security for All Businesses

Bill Dillon,
 Gunster
This course will not only cover the fundamentals of employment law through an overview of statutes, regulations, and judicial decisions, but will also analyze different employment acts and their impacts on the workplace.

Limits on the Private Sector: Protecting Privacy and Improving Security in Education and the Financial Industry

Christi Lawson,
 Foley & Lardner LLP
Robyn Blank,
 Florida State University
Explore the regulators of federal and state financial laws and be able to identify them. Understand the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and other Acts affecting anti-money laundering and customer requirements. This course also touches on privacy rights in education and how provisions apply to higher education institutions.

Limits on the Private Sector: What the Health Care Industry Must Know About Its Privacy and Cybersecurity Responsibilities

Bill Dillon,
 Gunster
Understand the federal and state regulatory schemes involving health care privacy. Explore the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act including what entities are covered. Investigate the rights of individuals and the security concepts.

Limits on the Private Sector: Navigating the Complex Regulations Governing Privacy in Telecommunications and Telemarketing

Ben Dickens,
 Blooston, Mordkofsky, Dickens, Duffy & Prendergast, LLP
Sal Taillefer,
 Blooston, Mordkofsky, Dickens, Duffy & Prendergast, LLP
83% of Americans are using weak passwords. Learn this and more about the Federal Trade Commission’s purpose. Investigate the Federal Communications Commission and what it regulates. Explore the access to private-sector information by the government and the courts. Study state-specific laws regarding privacy regulations.

What Every Organization’s Privacy Policy Should Include

Bill Dillon,
 Gunster
How is your organization using, disclosing, and maintaining information? Learn what privacy laws apply to your company and understand how to develop policies to protect personal information. Delve into how an organization implements and monitors staff trainings and uncover the rights of individuals concerning their privacy rights. Finally, this course will teach you how to deal with security incidents and breaches, both before and after the adverse events.

Government and Court Access to Private Sector Information

Chris Burris,
 King & Spalding, LLP
How much access do they have? Explore legal issues involved in private sector companies providing information to the government. Discover how information that is released to the government and other third parties is regulated, and learn how company, customer, and consumer data is protected.

Workplace Privacy and Its Ramifications to Your Business

Greg Hearing,
 GrayRobinson, P.A.
Kevin Sullivan,
 GrayRobinson, P.A.
How private is private? Delve into the federal and state constitutional concepts and legislation governing workplace privacy. Understand the common law concepts of privacy. Study the effects of workplace monitoring and employment screening. Explore the potential causes of actions and different types of agreements.

Interested in Multiple Courses?

alternative investment structures Courses

Packaging private equity and related strategies for the “mass affluent” market has become a business imperative across the entire financial advice industry in the U.S. and around the world.

But success will require fundamentally different expertise, product designs, and distribution strategies than did traditional liquid investments. This set of courses taught by world renowned financial expert Bob Rice prepares executives and lawyers for the transition.

Private Markets Products for the Mass Affluent: Practical Implications for Asset Managers

Bob Rice,
 Tangent Capital Partners
Mass affluent investors are expected to allocate $10 trillion to private equity, credit, and real assets funds over the next several years.  This course focuses on the practical opportunities and choices this flow creates for institutional and retail asset management firms, as well as intermediaries and distributors.

Disclaimer: Please note that participation in the Employment and Human Resources Law Certification program (a) will not result in a degree from, alumni status with, or earned credit at Florida State University or FSU College of Law (or, to FSU’s knowledge, any other institution), (b) will not be recorded on a Florida State University or FSU College of Law transcript, and (c) does not guarantee or suggest that a participant will be admitted to Florida State University, FSU College of Law, or to any other university or institution.