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Navigating Issues That Make HR Uncomfortable


May 14, 2020
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
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This will be a webinar during our regular Chapter meeting time. All tickets for this meeting will be $10.00. Please register and pay on line. You can use the calendar feature to put the meeting into your calendar. Details on how to join the meeting will be e-mailed to all registered attendees on Wednesday, 13 May 2020.

Our presenters will be Andrew W. McLaughlin and Janet McEnery of Stearns Weaver Miller.

Andrew W. McLaughlin assists clients in labor and employment matters with a
focus on employee benefits, particularly the impact of the A
ffordable Care Act
and EBSA audits. He also represents clients in ERISA litigation. Andy represents
property owners including shopping centers, restaurants, office buildings, hotels
and other places of public accommodation in ADA accessibility lawsuits and defends
credit unions and financial institutions against fair housing complaints.

Andy has an L.L.M. in Taxation and a Certificate in Employee Benefits.

Janet Goldberg McEnery is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Labor &
Employment Law and licensed in Missouri, Illinois and Florida. She represents
private, public and non-profit employers in labor, employment discrimination,
minimum wage/overtime, employment contract, and whistleblower claims.

For over 25 years, Janet has represented businesses, hospitals, medical practices,
restaurants, hotels, wagering facilities, manufacturers, financial institutions,
government contractors, municipalities, landscape contractors, insurance
companies, independent insurance agencies, and educational institutions in the
defense of employment and labor relations matters.

Janet is a frequent lecturer and author on a wide variety of topics related to Labor
& Employment Law. She also provides interactive training for firm clients on such
topics as preventing harassment and discrimination claims and complying with
wage and hour laws.





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