Why, just the other night, I playing my 5-year-old son in a friendly game of Uno.
Well, it was friendly-ish in a cutthroat sorta way. At least, that's what the look on his tear-stained face suggested to me when I mouthed "Uno," shimmied, and spiked my final card to win my fourth game in a row.
Now, some would say that I took it a bit too far when I collected his tears, and then painted them on my face to mock his crying.
But those people are soft.
In Uno, I talk the talk and walk the walk.
The same could be said for employment-law webinars. And it's not that I view "Hair, Holidays and Hijabs: Religious Discrimination in the Workplace," a webinar that I am co-presenting for BNA today at 2:00 PM EDT, as a competition.
But, I'm going to really need to raise my game today carry my weight with my co-presenter.
Oh you didn't know? I have the honor and privilege of co-presenting on religious discrimination with P. David Lopez, EEOC General Counsel.
Not to worry though; I have a few aces up my sleeve -- provided that I remember to wear sleeves, which has been a struggle recently.
But seriously, you could a lot worse than David and me for 90 minutes on a really hot workplace issue like religious discrimination and accommodations. There is still time to register (here).
And if you can't make it, and you want a copy of our PowerPoint, just email me and I'll send it to you after the webinar.
Provided that you can beat me in a game of Uno.
(Don't embarrass yourself, I'll send you the PowerPoint anyway...)