Georgia ACC Hears from Fisher Phillips Attorneys about Important Developments in Labor and Employment Law
Fisher Phillips was featured in the ACC Newsletter on November 14, 2014. The article “Georgia ACC Hears from Fisher Phillips Attorneys about Important Developments in Labor and Employment Law” discusses the Georgia Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s annual Labor and Employment Law Update CLE where attorneys from Fisher Phillips outlined recent and important changes to workplace laws and regulations.
Tom Rebel kicked off the presentation with a discussion about the unprecedented level of activity by the Executive Office and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs in the area of affirmative action.
Jessica Cook discussed the continued issuance of Form I-9 Notices of Inspection to businesses across the nation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Myra Creighton explained the practical consequences of the expansive definition of disability in the Americans with Disabilities Act for the accommodation process and leave request to care for an adult child.
Michael Elkon’s presentation concerned best practices for an employer both to recruit talent and also to protect its confidential information and key relationships.