Although our in-person 2020 employment law updates were impacted by the pandemic this year, we still have plenty of information to share virtually – even news unrelated to COVID-19.
Join McLane Middleton’s employment law attorneys for a complimentary 90-minute webinar focusing on the latest federal, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire employment law developments.
In addition to a quick review of the latest on COVID-19 management practices, we will discuss updates on legislation and case law related to paid family and medical leave, employee classification, discrimination, and wage and hour issues.
11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET
McLane Middleton will be offering HRCI and SHRM credits for this webinar.
This webinar is being offered as a free education session.
About the Presenters
Charla is chair of the firm's Employment Law Practice Group. She has extensive background addressing litigated and non-litigated employment issues such as discrimination, harassment, employee classification and wage and hour claims. She assists employers in responding to labor audits, preparing personnel policies and minimizing risk in the hiring, discipline and termination of employees. She conducts management and anti-harassment training and works with employers to maintain legal compliance in a cost-efficient and effective way.
Adam is vice chair of the firm's Employment Law Practice Group. He regularly assists clients on a variety of commercial and employment litigation matters, including claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, and violations of restrictive covenants. Adam also assists employers with a variety of litigated and non-litigated employment law issues including charges of discrimination, wrongful termination, violation of restrictive covenants, wage and hour issues, among others.
Jennifer is a director and chair of the firm's Litigation Department and a member of the firm's Employment Law Practice Group. She has over 23 years of experience litigating and resolving disputes for companies and business owners in a wide range of complex commercial cases and employment matters. She has litigated in state and federal courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Jennifer has represented companies in business litigation involving contracts, tortious interference, unfair competition, shareholder, real estate, tax abatement, eminent domain, leases, misrepresentation, and other business disputes. She has represented employers in the areas of employment discrimination, executive termination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, contract, defamation, wages, trade secret, non-competition, and non-solicitation disputes. Jennifer has also represented companies in employment and tax abatement matters at the agency level and conducted workplace trainings and discrimination/harassment investigations.
Laura counsels employers on managing and minimizing risk in employee matters such as hiring, discipline and termination of employees, wage and hour issues, classification of employees and independent contractors, claims of discrimination and harassment, and restrictive covenants. She works with employers to maintain compliance with state and federal employment laws, and assists employers with workplace policies and procedures.