2022 Virtual Human Resources Seminar Videos
Tuesday, February 15, 2022:
Wednesday, February 16, 2022:
- COVID-19 Legal Developments- Where are we? Presented by H. Joseph Cohen and Rachel K. Steinhofer, Remote Work and the Fair Labor Standards Act Presented by Anthony M. Stites and COVID-19 & Worker's Compensation Presented by James J. O'Connor
Barrett McNagny's Labor Group represents business entities of all sizes throughout the Midwest. The group consists of two different areas of concentration- Labor & Employment and Employee Benefits. See below for more information and links to these specific areas of practice.
The Group has defended employers in numerous wrongful discharge, unfair labor practice and employment discrimination cases before labor arbitrators, administrative agencies and State and Federal courts. The Group also has extensive experience in representing companies in Union elections, as well as representing many Unionized employers. Much of our work is directed at resolving disputes and preventing litigation, as well as counseling clients in the areas of personnel policies and records; employee discipline and discharge; workplace privacy issues; employment discrimination; response to Union organization drives; Union picketing and strikes; collective bargaining and contract administration; grievance processing and labor arbitration; occupational safety and health; overtime and prevailing wage claims. The members of our Employment Group have extensive trial experience in handling discrimination suits, as well as experience in the areas of contract negotiations, the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, arbitration, and Appellate advocacy. We also regularly consult with a wide range of entities regarding the full range of employment matters which are designed to prevent problems before they arise and to handle them quickly if and when they do arise.
The Group works closely with our clients in all aspects of employee benefits law. Our members assist clients in designing and planning all types of employee benefit plans and programs and advise clients regarding compliance with the requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Internal Revenue Code (Code) and other applicable statutes for qualified and non-qualified retirement, health, disability, cafeteria and educational assistance plans, and other types of plans.
*The information and procedures set forth in the above materials and/or videos are subject to constant change and therefore should serve only as a foundation for further investigation and study of the current law and procedures related to the subject matter. Barrett McNagny LLP and contributing authors hereby disclaim any and all responsibility or liability arising from or claimed to have arisen from reliance upon the procedures and information, or utilization of same, in the above referenced materials and/or videos.