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1 General HRCI Credit!
Litigation under the federal FCRA is increasing, based primarily on employersʼ use of background checks in the hiring process. This presentation will address the scope of the FCRAʼs coverage, the compliance obligations it creates, and common misunderstandings.
What constitutes a "consumer report" under the FCRA
Steps required before running a background check on an applicant
Steps required before declining to hire a candidate based on a background check
Potential liabilities from noncompliance
As co-chair of Taft’s Employment practice, Justin handles a wide range of labor and employment matters. His experience includes noncompetition and trade secrets litigation; lawsuits and
administrative charges involving race, sex, age, disability and religious discrimination; wage and hour matters under the Fair Labor Standards Act and various state laws; National Labor
Relations Act claims, union elections and labor arbitration proceedings; military leave; employee handbooks and workplace policies; electronic discovery and recordkeeping issues; and other
issues relating to employment relationships.
Connie focuses her practice on labor and employment matters. She earned her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she was on law review, and received her B.A. in
psychology from the University of Louisville, with a minor in Spanish. Prior to law school, Connie was a case management specialist for NorthKey Community Care.
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Jackson Lewis P.C.
Thank you to our site sponsor, The Wolf Group!