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Armstrong Teasdale’s 21st Annual Employment and Labor Seminar – Online Virtual Event

DATE1/28/2021
TIME10:00AM-1:00PM CST
LOCATIONOnline - registration link below

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CMA’s Dana Borchert will be a panelist at this event.

Click here to register.

From the Trenches: A Cross-Functional Approach
to Addressing Workplace Crises | 10:05-10:50 a.m.

Moderator : Travis Kearbey
Panelists: Ramona Palmer-Eason | Dana Borchert, Organizational Psychologist, Vice President, Market Leader – CMA | Amy Fields, SVP Administration and Chief People Officer – HBM Holdings | Ken Fields, SVP and Partner – FleishmanHillard

Breakout Sessions: State and Federal Law Updates | 10:50-11:20 a.m.
Each session is 30 minutes and will stream simultaneously.
Attendees will choose which one they’d like to attend based on their interest
.

California – Jordan Lee and Jason Stavely
Colorado: Session #1 – Developments in Job Posting
Notice Requirements – Vance Knapp
Delaware – Shelley Kinsella
Federal – Jeremy Brenner
Illinois – Brittney Herron
Kansas – Ramona Palmer-Eason
Missouri – Dan O’Toole
Nevada/Utah – Michelle Alarie and Michael Gehret

– BREAK | 11:20-11:25 a.m. –

Breakout Sessions | 11:25-11:50 a.m.
Each session is 25 minutes and will stream simultaneously.
Attendees will choose which one they’d like to attend based on their interest
.

How to Conduct an Employee Investigation in a Virtual Environment
Carrie Sarhangi Love

Protecting Trade Secrets and Enforcing Non-Compete
Agreements with a Remote Workforce

Michael Kass

Colorado State Law Update Session #2 – Developments in Paid Sick Leave
Vance Knapp

Developments in Employee Benefits | 11:50 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Sarah Sise and Lauren Schuster

Anticipated OSHA Developments Under the
Biden Administration | 12:05-12:25 p.m.

Julie O’Keefe

Employment-Related Executive Action Expected
from the Biden Administration | 12:25-12:45 p.m.

Ida Shafaie

– BREAK | 12:45-12:50 p.m. –

Networking and Q&A | 12:50-1 p.m.
Speakers will remain on the line to answer any questions in their designated areas.