A View from the Inside: One-On-One with the EEOC

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to hear directly from the EEOC on a variety of issues that employers consistently face.  This one-on-one seminar with EEOC representatives will shed light on the EEOC’s internal procedures relating to the handling of EEOC Charges, including:  

  • When the EEOC utilizes On-Site Investigations and Fact-Finding Conferences;
  • How they assess Charges for potential Cause Determinations;
  • The typical process for processing a Charge;
  • The EEOC’s Mediation Program;
  • What happens as a part of the Conciliation process

…and much more!

Registration and lunch will begin at 11:45 a.m. The seminar will begin at 12:00 p.m. and end at 1:00 pm.

As always, there is no charge for our seminar. We hope to see you there!

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Bennett at [email protected].

For information on our guest speakers see below:

Daniel Nance is currently an Enforcement Supervisor at the Atlanta District Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Prior to becoming a supervisor in 2012 he served 13 years as an EEOC Investigator.  Mr. Nance is also a former U.S. Navy Pilot.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from Morehouse College and a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from American Intercontinental University.  


Ward Richards has been a licensed attorney for 30 years and a mediator for 25 years with the EEOC Atlanta office.  His experiences include clerking for a federal district judge, representing clients in employment discrimination cases in Kentucky at the law firm of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, and serving as corporate attorney for a publicly traded company headquartered in Georgia.   As a private mediator and arbitrator in the ADR firm he founded, Mr. Richards mediated approximately 450 cases involving a broad range of issues.  He has served as mediator in over 800 employment discrimination cases in Georgia and South Carolina and as an arbitrator of employment discrimination claims.   He currently serves as an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law and has been a regular speaker at local, national, and international programs.


* Note – FMG applies for Continuing Education and Continuing Legal Education Credit in multiple states.  Until a course is approved by a particular state, we cannot guarantee credit.  You must be present (online or in-person) during the full session to receive credit.