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Administrative and Federal Law

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The Administrative and Federal Law Training Course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of administrative law principles and the federal legal framework governing employment practices. This course focuses on key areas such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Participants will gain a solid foundation in administrative law concepts and learn how to apply them effectively in their roles.

Course Topics

  1. Introduction to Administrative Law

    • Overview of administrative law principles

    • Role of administrative agencies in rulemaking and enforcement

    • Administrative law processes and procedures

  2. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

    • Introduction to the EEOC and its mission

    • Prohibited employment practices under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

    • Handling discrimination complaints and investigations

    • Understanding EEOC guidelines and enforcement

  3. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

    • Overview of the ADA and its scope

    • Definition of disability and reasonable accommodation

    • ADA requirements for employers and public entities

    • Navigating ADA compliance and avoiding discrimination claims

  4. Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

    • Understanding the FLSA and its purpose

    • Minimum wage and overtime requirements

    • Exemptions and classifications of employees

    • FLSA compliance and recordkeeping best practices

  5. Case Law Analysis: EEOC, ADA, and FLSA

    • Examining landmark court cases related to EEOC, ADA, and FLSA

    • Analyzing the impact of case law on employment practices

    • Understanding judicial interpretations and implications for organizations


  1. Lectures: Subject matter experts will deliver informative lectures on each topic, providing in-depth explanations of administrative law concepts, EEOC regulations, ADA requirements, and FLSA provisions.

  2. Case Studies: Participants will engage in case study analyses, focusing on significant court cases related to the EEOC, ADA, and FLSA. This will allow participants to explore real-life scenarios, examine court decisions, and understand the implications for employers.

  3. Group Discussions: Participants will participate in group discussions to share their insights, experiences, and perspectives on administrative and federal law issues. This collaborative approach will foster a deeper understanding of the material and encourage the exchange of practical knowledge.

  4. Interactive Exercises: Interactive exercises will be conducted to apply legal principles and regulations in practical scenarios. Participants will work individually or in groups to navigate complex employment situations, determine compliance, and propose appropriate actions.

  5. Q&A Sessions: Regular question and answer sessions will be held to address participants' queries and clarify any challenging concepts or legal interpretations.

  6. Legal Resources and Materials: Participants will receive comprehensive course materials, including handouts, reference guides, and relevant legal resources. These materials will serve as valuable references for ongoing learning and application of administrative and federal law principles.

  7. Certification: Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion, acknowledging their understanding and knowledge of administrative and federal law, with a focus on the EEOC, ADA, and FLSA.

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