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Diane Seltzer  to Teach “Family and Medical Leave Act: Common Compliance Violations and Best Practices for Preventing Them” for the DC Bar CLE Program.

On February 8, 2023, Diane Seltzer will teach "Family and Medical Leave Act: Common Compliance Violations and Best Practices for Preventing Them" for the D.C. Bar's Continuing Legal Education Program. In this CLE, Ms. Seltzer will discuss tactics and strategies, as...

D.C. Bar Appoints Diane Seltzer As 2022-2023 Chair of Continuing Legal Education Committee

The D.C. Bar has appointed Diane Seltzer as the 2022-2023 Chair of its Continuing Legal Education ("CLE") Committee. The CLE program presents more than 130 programs annually to more than 7,000 attorneys. All D.C. Bar CLE courses satisfy MCLE credit requirements in...

Diane Seltzer to Present Annual Employment Law Training to Federal Judicial Law Clerks

On October 6, 2022, Diane Seltzer will co-teach the annual Titus Employment Law Seminar for the judicial law clerks for all Judges of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  She has taught this program annually since 2004, and in January 2016,...

Diane Seltzer  to Teach “Determining FMLA Leave: Key Concepts and Recent Developments 2022.”

On September 12, 2022, Diane Seltzer will teach "Determining FMLA Leave: Key Concepts and Recent Developments 2022" for the D.C. Bar's Continuing Legal Education Program. In this CLE, Ms. Seltzer will discuss employer coverage, employee eligibility, qualifying bases...

Diane Seltzer Recognized as 2023 Super Lawyer in Washington, DC and in Maryland.

In addition to being recognized by her peers and selected as a Washington, D.C. Super Lawyer and as a Maryland Super Lawyer for 2020, 2021 and 2022, Diane Seltzer has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer in those jurisdictions for 2023. The selection is based on an...

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