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  • 1.27.21

    Join fellow data privacy, security and legal professionals from across Southern California and beyond to share insights, best practices and advice about Data Privacy.

  • 2.3.21

    The National Labor Relations Act, applies to all employees, even those not represented by a Union. With President-Elect Joe Biden’s return to Washington, there will likely be a new, union-friendly National Labor Relations Board administering the Act. Join Lisa Vickery and Alex Wheatley for a two-hour labor relations program detailing the significant developments under the Trump Board and what labor relations changes union and non-union employers can expect going forward.

  • 2.10.21

    With several COVID-19 vaccines already being rolled out, now is the time to consider how to implement a successful vaccination policy. As vaccines become available, priority will likely go to health care workers and elderly and other at-risk individuals. This webinar will discuss vaccination policies and highlight how to handles employees who refuse and if an incentive program will work. Litigation as a result of COVID-19 has also been on the rise in the last few months. The Louisville attorneys will also discuss employment litigation trends that employers must be aware of and how you can be proactive.

Past Events

  • 1.21.21

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 1.20.21

    Beginning on January 1, 2021, Florida’s new “Verification of Employment Eligibility” statute will require many employers to use the federal E-Verify system before hiring any new employees. This new law could force significant changes to your hiring practices. Join Davis Bae and Ten Stallings for a virtual program detailing the significant developments and what Florida employers need to know.

  • 1.13.21

    2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire country. California in particular has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, continuing wildfires, and more. The California Legislature has remained busy by enacting new legislation that greatly impacts employers of all sizes. This webinar conducted by Fisher Phillips attorneys will analyze significant new legislation, case law updates, and employee benefits law developments that will affect California employers in the new year. You’ll learn how to protect your operations, plan in advance, and be ahead of the game. Join us for the Fisher Phillips 2021 California Legislative and Case Law Update.

  • 1.13.21

    In January 2021, President-Elect Biden can begin taking actions that will immediately impact employers. Although it is not easy to predict exactly what actions Biden will take once he gains control of the executive branch, this webinar will provide employers a discussion of changes that will most likely come about in the areas of workplace safety, the National Labor Relations Board, the Future of Work, wage and hour, pay equity and leave laws. Join the Fisher Phillips Louisville office attorneys for an important virtual discussion as they walk through what developments to expect.

  • 1.13.21

    The new year will bring a new Presidential administration and new leadership in MSHA. Mine operators can expect to see significant changes in the Agency, particularly in times of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This roundtable discussion will forecast what can be expected from a new MSHA in the next four years. Panelists will cover topics such as enforcement, MSHA policy, the regulatory agenda, and MSHA’s litigation strategy and will offer guidance for how mine operators on how best to prepare for what is expected to be a very different MSHA. This session will take the form of a roundtable discussion and take questions from attendees.

Media Inquiries


Jenna Gatski Einstein
Director of Media Relations
Washington, DC
Tel: (703) 682-7097
jgatskieinstein@fisherphillips.com

Meghan Warin
Director of Media Relations
Atlanta
Tel: (404) 240-4282
mwarin@fisherphillips.com

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