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The FMLA has been in existence for over 24 years. Most employers know the basics. Jeff Lindemann and Jeff Shoskin will focus on those seemingly obscure points (taken directly from the FMLA regulations) which have tripped up employers and led to costly settlements or verdicts. Unfortunately, many employers did not know they existed or simply misunderstood them. For example:
At the end of this webinar, you will be armed with additional information which will assist you in tightening up your FMLA processes.
Jeffrey 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. Jeffrey also has represented clients in collective bargaining negotiations, union campaigns, and arbitration proceedings. Additionally, he has provided in-depth counseling and training on a wide array of employment law topics (e.g., the FMLA, the ADA, wage/hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge) and has assisted clients in drafting employee handbooks, employment forms, and confidentiality, non-compete, employment, and separation agreements. Please click here to learn more about Jeff.
Jeff’s practice is concentrated on the representation of employers in a wide variety of labor and employment matters, including employment discrimination and wrongful discharge advice and litigation, wage and hour advice and litigation, trade secret and covenant not to compete advice and litigation, ERISA litigation, and collective bargaining agreement negotiations and arbitrations. Much of Jeff’s practice is devoted to working with and advising companies as they work to comply with the wide variety of labor and employment statutes, rules and regulations that come into play in today’s workplace environment. Jeff has represented a wide range of employers, including several health care institutions and providers, numerous manufacturing entities, and employers in the restaurant and service industry. Please click here to learn more about Jeff.