On April 25, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. EST, Jeff Kopp will be presenting a 90-minute webinar discussing the Family Medical Leave Act, highlighting difficult enforcement and FMLA abuse issues. This webinar will be extremely informative for anyone that deals with the FMLA. HR WebAdvisor will offer a $25 discount to anyone that registers and mentions FOLEY. To register send an email to email@example.com to receive the $25 discount.
The use of social media in the workplace as both a business tool and social outlet for employees is creating a host of new legal challenges. Unfortunately, the law lags behind the use of the technology and, increasingly, employers are faced with new and novel “What do I do now?” situations.
Join Foley Partners Mark Neuberger, Michael Lueder, and Dan Kaplan as they provide practical insight and guidance for companies facing a host of novel and evolving business challenges triggered by social media.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
1:00 p.m. Eastern
12:00 p.m. Central
11:00 a.m. Mountain
10:00 a.m. Pacific
There is no cost to participate in this program, but pre-registration is required. To participate, please Register here.
For additional information, please contact Kristen Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join Foley’s Employee Benefits attorneys for a special edition of the Employee Benefits Broadcast on Tuesday, August 23, 2011. This session’s featured segments are:
- Headline News: Update on Health Care Reform — External Review Requirements and Preventive Services
- In the Spotlight: Wisconsin Taxation of Dependent Child Health Coverage — A “Nuts and Bolts” Discussion
There is no cost to participate in this program, but pre-registration is required. To participate, please click here. Instructions for accessing the program will be included in the registration confirmation email.
Leigh C. Riley is the Foley attorney responsible for the content of this program.
Please join Foley’s Employee Benefits attorneys for the next broadcast of the 2011 series on Tuesday, April 26, 2011.
This session’s featured segments are:
- From the Case Files: Young vs. UPS and Tibble v. Edison International
- Mark Your Calendars: Delay in Effective Date of Internal Claims and Appeals Procedures
- Headline News: IRS Guidance on Reporting Cost of Health Coverage on Form W-2
The Employee Benefits Broadcast provides participants with needed information in the most efficient manner possible — only a telephone line and Internet access are required to participate — allowing employee benefits professionals to stay up-to-date with timely information from anywhere in the nation.
There is no cost to participate in this program, but pre-registration is required. To participate, please visit Employee Benefits Broadcast Registration to register. Instructions for accessing the program will be included in the registration confirmation email.
Katherine L. Aizawa is the Foley attorney responsible for the content of this program.
Question: What type of job bias complaint is the most common, the easiest to file and the easiest to win?
Answer: You may be shocked to discover that retaliation is the answer … and the risks are getting steeper every day.
Last year, the EEOC received 36,258 complaints that employers had illegally retaliated against workers for exercising their rights. That amounted to 36.3% of all charges filed with the EEOC—more than age, race or even gender discrimination. Retaliation claims have nearly doubled in the past decade.
On April 21st, join Dan Kaplan of Foley & Lardner in conjunction with Business Management Daily to learn, "How to Identity and Prevent the Number 1 Legal Complaint."
To register visit the Business Management Daily Registration page.