The coronavirus has changed how we live, how we work and how we learn. And IAML is changing with the times, too. While we expect to continue to offer our traditional seminars at locations around the country when it is safe to do so, we are proud to announce that our programs are now available in a new virtual format.

IAML’s live instructor-led, virtual training provides access to the most current and practically-oriented programs in a convenient, flexible and cost-effective delivery system.

A lawfully conducted investigation can potentially save millions of dollars in litigation costs and lost productivity. In addition a proper investigation can nip workplace problems in the bud; keeping businesses operating smoothly—and out of the courtroom. Oftentimes, the outcome of these cases turns on the quality of the investigation that has been conducted. Without the facts, decision-making is flawed and can expose the employer to significant liability. Over the course of two days, you will actively engage (through role playing) in detailed, “real time” investigations as the attorney-instructor guides you through the investigatory process, giving important pointers and recommendations throughout. Participants will learn how to handle complaints legally by gaining actual experience in interviewing witnesses and evaluating evidence.

The Certificate in HR Legal Challenges is conducted live in an instructor-led, virtual environment. Attendees participate in two, two-hour virtual sessions. Each registered participant will have access to extensive materials and real-world case studies, online discussion boards with direct access to faculty members and recorded sessions for a full year after completion of the program. This program features very highly-rated faculty member, Gavin S. Appleby from Littler Mendelson.


The Virtual Certificate in Employee Relations Law Seminar provides the most comprehensive, practical, up-to-date employment law training available. This seminar is geared to the real-world needs of human resource professionals, attorneys, and managers and provides “best practices” insights and information on the full a wide range of employee relations and labor law issues.



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