FMLA and ADA Employment Law Update

December 10, 2015 | 2:30-5:00 pm MT

Location: Reed Group, 10355 Westmoor Drive, Westminster, CO 80021

Early bird pricing ends on November 25.

Join us for an exciting look into 2015’s Bloopers & Blunders of FMLA and ADA Leave Laws: How Employers and Employees Can Get It Wrong.

This two-part interactive session will be led by compliance experts, Marti Cardi, Esq, Vice President, Product Compliance, Matrix Absence Management, and Megan Holstein, Esq, Director, Compliance, Reed Group.

Part one will provide updates to important leave laws in the FMLA and ADA arena and will showcase pivotal cases and decisions as well as bloopers and blunders from all sides that provide important insight for employers and employees.

Part two of the session will shift to an open roundtable Q&A featuring the audience’s toughest FMLA, ADA, leave of absence, and accommodations cases and questions. Bring your most difficult FMLA and ADA situations to the session for expert and thoughtful guidance.

Your registration for this chapter event includes refreshments. Please register & RSVP to ensure sufficient seating. Event details »

Event pricing and details:

  • Early bird pricing ends on November 25.
  • $20 fee for DMEC members: Login & register at your Member Portal »
  • $30 fee for nonmembers: Register »
  • CEUs: 2 CPDM

Thank you for the ongoing support of our Chapter Sponsors: Reed Group and Social Security Advocates for the Disabled.

Members enjoy reduced fees as part of their many benefits. Learn more »

Please register by 12/3/15 for an accurate headcount. Take a moment and forward this email to your colleagues or professionals involved with human resources, risk management, case management, leave law, safety, employee benefits, absence, disability, and leave management issues.

For registration assistance, contact itspecialist@dmec.org or call 800-789-3632 ext. 105.

To learn more about this chapter or to become a Meeting Partner, contact Chapter President Melanie Chavez.

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