In this informative and entertaining course, attorney Jon Vegosen shares what does and does not constitute sexual and other harassment along with what to do should harassment occur.  He discusses employer responsibilities to prevent, investigate, and resolve harassment issues and illustrates them through a mock investigation.  In “plain English” he reviews the relevant laws, avenues for obtaining relief (both internally and externally), and remedies.  Jon also discusses whistleblower protections for employees who resist or report harassment.

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This course fulfills the required annual sexual harassment prevention training
under the Illinois Human Rights Act.

It also fulfills the 1 CPE sexual harassment training credit requirement for Illinois licensed CPAs (and other licensed professionals) for their 2021 license renewal.


Jon Vegosen

Jon Vegosen

Founding member of the Chicago corporate and litigation law firm Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman and Dunn Ltd. (FVLD).

Speaker Bio:

Jon Vegosen is a founding member of Chicago corporate and litigation law firm Funkhouser Vegosen Liebman and Dunn Ltd. (FVLD), where he was co-managing partner for many years.  He has extensive experience working with employers and boards of directors to prevent and investigate sexual and other harassment in the workplace.  He speaks widely, and has authored several articles, about employment issues, including harassment.  Jon has served on several boards of directors, including as Chairman of the Board, President, & CEO of the United States Tennis Association in 2011 and 2012.  Since 2015, he has been Chairman of the Board of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.  Jon graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University and received his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law, graduating Cum Laude.


Cost: $25 Member | $45 Non-members

Group Discounts Available
For group registrations, please fill out the Group Registration Form  and send it to Member Services via email at [email protected].

This course is not included in the six hours of free CPE for ICPAS members or in the 40-hour OnDemand Access Pass.

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