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Reopening Your Business and COVID-19 Vaccine Considerations Webinar

CPE

When
Jan. 27
9:00 - 9:50 a.m.

CPE Credits
1-Other

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $49 | Nonmember: $74


 More Information

Course No.
781400
Level
Basic
Prerequisites
none

Description

Discuss the new challenges faced by employers as reopening workplaces in 2021, vaccinations in the workplace, and updating employment policies to comply with federal, state, and local guidelines.

Highlights

  • Can vaccinations be made a condition of employment?
  • To what extent should requests for continued remote work be accommodated?
  • Maintaining a transmission resistant workplace
  • Preventing discrimination, harassment, and invasion of privacy related to the pandemic
  • Onboarding furloughed employees
  • Reversing layoffs and staff reductions


Speaker(s)

Jonathan S. Ziss, Esq.
Partner
Goldberg Segalla LLP

Jonathan S. Ziss, Esq., is chair of the firm’s Management and Professional Liability Practice Group, chair of its Aviation Litigation Practice Group, and a member of its Commercial Litigation and Cybersecurity practices. He devotes much of his practice to the representation of professionals, including accountants, attorneys, bankers, design professionals, insurance agents/brokers, directors and officers, and fiduciaries, in administrative and civil proceedings. He counsels and defends not-for-profit entities such as homeowners’ associations, faith-based organizations, and others, in management liability litigation as well as non-litigated disputes. Jonathan counsels clients and litigates, arbitrates, and mediates commercial disputes in a wide range of industries, from healthcare to hospitality. In addition, as a member of the firm’s cyber incident response team, he manages compliance and loss mitigation campaigns in the aftermath of data breaches.

Scott R. Green, Esq.
Partner
Goldberg Segalla

Scott R. Green, Esq., is an experienced employment litigator and trusted counselor to a diverse array of employers, including publicly traded corporations, small businesses, multinational corporations, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. His practice involves defending management against employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour claims in federal and state courts and before various federal, state, and local administrative bodies, as well as defending employers against class action lawsuits and multidistrict lawsuits involving employment issues. Scott also routinely litigates restrictive covenant and non-competition disputes and handles traditional labor law matters, including negotiating collective bargaining agreements and handling National Labor Relations Board charges and union arbitrations. In addition to litigation, Scott regularly counsels employers with respect to employment agreements, employee handbooks, and employment policies, practices, and procedures.


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