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2019 FMLA/ADA Cases That Make You Say “Hmmm”

November 13, 2019 12:00 pm


Calendar year 2019 has delivered several FMLA and ADA cases that make us stop and say “hmmm”. We will explore several cases that show the lengths some employees will go to abuse the FMLA and ADA. We also will highlight cases where the employer’s actions show a distinct lack of understanding on how these two very important laws work. We will close the webinar by listing some basic “best practices” that will assist you in staying clear of FMLA and ADA problems.

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Jennifer Bame

Jen represents employers in all manners of labor and employment matters, including federal and state litigation, appeals, arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges before the NLRB, and unemployment hearings. She has successfully defended against claims brought under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, and Kentucky wage and hour laws, as well as claims of wrongful discharge, breach of contract, and enforcement of non-compete agreements. Jen also helps employers avoid litigation by negotiating favorable settlements and by providing training and counseling on a variety of topics, including terminations, workplace investigations, and anti-harassment policies.

Jeffrey S. Shoskin

Jeff represents employers in all aspects of private and public sector employment and labor relations matters. He has served as lead counsel in state and federal court litigation, as well as before various state and federal administrative agencies and boards. Jeff also represents clients in collective bargaining negotiations and arbitration proceedings. Additionally, he provides in-depth counseling and training on a wide array of employment law topics (e.g., the FMLA, the ADA, wage/hour, discrimination, harassment, effective discipline/discharge) and has assisted clients in drafting employee handbooks, employment forms, and confidentiality, non-compete, employment, and separation agreements.