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When the Impaired Lawyer or Staff Members Comes to Work



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Description:
Addiction knows no socioeconomic boundaries. Attorneys have a higher addiction rate than other people, and studies show that at least 10% of attorneys have some substance abuse problems. While addiction may know no boundaries, impaired attorneys create special challenges. In addition, substance abuse is one of the top causes of malpractice. Yet, confronting professionals is not risk free either. Join this session to discuss how to respond if someone at your firm has a drug or alcohol problem. Learn the warning signals, and how to avoid the confidentiality, privacy and other legal considerations implicated by interventions that go beyond the American Disabilities Act.
Objectives:
Discuss addiction in general and its prevalence among attorneys in particular
Identify potential warning signs of an impaired worker
Explain mandatory and voluntary referrals as well as ethical considerations
Determine how to respond if an attorney or staff member self-identifies as having a drug or alcohol problem
Examine methods for confronting an attorney or staff member, directly and indirectly
 
Audience: Attendees should have a working knowledge of employment law in the legal industry. No advance preparation is required.
 
60 Minutes * CPE Field of Study: Personnel/HR * Audience: I 
 
Jonathan Segal, JD, is partner at Duane Morris LLP in the Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group. He is also the managing principal of the Duane Morris Institute. He is a frequent commentator on employment issues on national and local television and radio including: CNN, PBS, CBS, KYW (television and radio), FOX News and WPHL (WB). Segal also hosted a television special on sexual harassment, The Sexual Harassment Quiz. The special, which was based on a supervisory training exercise he developed, has been broadcast on more than 200 PBS stations throughout the country.
 


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Online Media Type: Video, Audio
Production Date: 06/16/2015
Level: Basic
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 7 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Speakers:
Jonathan A. Segal - Duane Morris, LLP, Philadelphia
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