Now in its 22nd year, the Labor & Employment Law Symposium held on Monday, October 26, 2020, featured speakers from Jackson Walker and Lockton as they covered the various updates in labor and employment law as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike previous years, the 2020 Symposium was held entirely online.
“It’s been an interesting year to say the least in labor and employment, and we here at Jackson Walker and Lockton are proud to present this seminar again,” said W. Gary Fowler, who co-chairs Jackson Walker’s Labor & Employment practice. “We’ve been doing this for well over 20 years, and it’s always a pleasure to bring clients up to speed on what’s been happening in the last year.”
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This year’s Symposium included the following speakers and presentations:
- John Jansonius and Ashley Scheer, “2020 Employment and Labor Law Update”
- Sarah Mitchell Montgomery, “Handling ADA and Leave Issues During COVID-19”
- Virginia Alverson Mimmack, “Coverage for Telemedicine”
- Scott McElhaney, “FLSA/Wage & Hour”
- Dr. Christine Hale (Lockton), “Impact of COVID on High Cost Claims”
- Judy Bennett Garner, “State Law Update”
- Ed Fensholt (Lockton), “A Coronavirus and ERISA Level Set: The Benefit Mandates, Accommodations and Other Rules”
- David Schlottman, “Workforce Restructuring: Strategies and Legal Considerations”
- JW Coronavirus Insights & Resources microsite »
- Coronavirus-Related Insights from Labor & Employment Law Practice »
- JW Fast Takes Podcasts & Webinars »
Please note: The 2020 Labor & Employment Law Symposium and any resources presented on the JW Coronavirus Insights & Resources site are for informational purposes only, do not constitute legal or medical advice, and are not a substitute for legal advice from qualified counsel. The laws of other states and nations may be entirely different from what is described. Your use of these materials does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Jackson Walker. The facts and results of each case will vary, and no particular result can be guaranteed.