Examine and Assess the Interplay of Critical Employee Leave Laws
Successful navigation through the interplay of FMLA, ADA, and workers' compensation laws can be perplexing for employers. This guide for compliance will provide you with insights to protect against potential abuse by employees and avoid legal nightmares. Ensure you are executing and maintaining employee leave policies that avoid costly litigation - register today!
Ensure compliance with FMLA guidelines.
Discuss how to comply with workers' compensation laws.
Take a closer look at how employee leave is handled under FMLA, ADAAA, and workers' compensation.
Avoid risks and violations with complex leave of absence matters.
Ensuring ADAAA Compliance: What It Does and Doesn't Cover
Staying Compliant With FMLA Guidelines
How to Comply With Workers' Compensation Laws
Reviewing Recent ADAAA, FMLA, and WC Case Law to Ensure Compliance
Employee Leave Under FMLA, ADAAA, and WC: Navigating Differing Laws
How to Avoid the Top Violations Being Made
Troubleshooting Complex Leave of Absence Issues: Avoiding Risk and Violations
Drafting Medical Leave Policies: Mitigating Legal Liabilities
Kelly Robreno Koster is a shareholder with Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. Ms. Robreno Koster concentrates her practice in complex commercial litigation and employment law. She represents corporate clients in intricate cases involving contract issues, in both individual plaintiff and class action lawsuits, and defends employers against claims related to discrimination, termination, restrictive covenants, FLSA classification, and statutory employee benefits. Ms. Robreno Koster also provides litigation-preventive counseling for employers by drafting personnel policies and employment documentation and conducting Form I-9 audits. She earned her B.S. degree from Cornell University and her J.D. degree from American University. Ms. Robreno Koster is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, Texas (pending), United States District Courts for the District of New Jersey and the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of New York.
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