The 2016 Presidential Election and What’s Next for US Immigration Law (December 2016)
During the recent US election, US immigration policy proved a hot topic, with president-elect Donald Trump making it a key part of his platform. This webinar addresses how the President Trump’s administration might effect immigration policy for US employers.
The Phase-Out of DACA and What’s Next for US Employers (September 2017)
This webinar focuses on navigating the issues associated with the six-month phase-out of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), including actions employers should (and shouldn’t) consider amidst the phase-out.
Reorganization of the Russian Immigration Agency and the Impact on Global Employers (April 2017)
In 2016, the Federal Migration Service, a special Government agency responsible for the enforcement of regulations governing all aspect's of foreign nationals' activities in Russia, was dissolved. The functions, responsibilities and part of the staff of the former Federal Migration Service were transferred to the Russian Ministry of the Interior, Division for Migration matters. Tis webinar focuses on the current and future implications of the reorganization of Russian employment and immigration law.
The Impact of the Evolving European Union and New Spanish Government on Employment and Immigration Law (February 2017)
This webinar discussed changes in employment and immigration law expected in the wake of a newly formed Spanish government, the implications of recent CJEU decisions on Spanish employment law, and more.
Brexit and the Impact of the UK Decision to Leave the European Union (January 2017)
This webinar discusses the many issues top of mind for employers and employees alike immediately surrounding Brexit.