Between Jaws, alligators in swimming pools, and piranhas in fresh water lakes, it is a wonder how anyone feels safe swimming anymore. This sense of fear is what many employers feel when navigating what some call “the Bermuda Triangle of leave laws,” which exists in the perilous space between workers’ compensation laws, the FMLA, and the ADA.
This session will focus on the interplay between the various laws dealing with employee leaves and provide legal and practical guidance on how to steer clear of stinging jellyfish in the form of the DOL, the EEOC, and state and local administrative investigative agencies looking to make examples of employers that fail to comply.
Speaker: William E. Grob, Ogletree Deakins
A full breakfast and parking are included.
100 North Tampa Street, Suite 3600
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