Employment Relations Webinar: Looking Back & Moving Forward

NOV 17, 2020 at 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM (EDT)
NOV 18, 2020 at 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM (EDT)
NOV 19, 2020 at 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM (EDT)

Porter Wright is excited to host its Fall Employment Relations Webinar: Looking Back & Moving Forward on Nov. 17th, 18th and 19th. Though many of us are now more comfortable working online from home, managing your workforce is still "all-hands-on-deck" with regulatory changes and updates that affect your day-to-day.

We invite you to join us for a three-part series focusing on the latest in immigration, workers' compensation and labor and employment litigation.

Topics include:

Keeping Up With Immigration: A Roundtable Discussion

Recalling a year of restricted employee mobility, prolonged processing, disrupted document productions and unpredictable regulatory and policy changes, Porter Wright’s immigration lawyers, Rob Cohen, Laura Jurcevich and Catherine Kang will host a roundtable discussion about new and proposed regulations, litigation to challenge the regulations, Visa Bulletin updates, and the impact of the 2020 election results. Register today for this interactive roundtable to learn how all of this affects your workplace moving forward.

The Changing Landscape of Ohio's Workers' Compensation Law]

Ohio's changes to its worker's compensation voluntary abandonment law earlier this year have not been innocuous. Workers' compensation attorneys Rebecca Kopp Levine and Fred Pompeani discuss changes implemented with the passage of House Bill 81 as well as notable workers' compensation cases related to COVID-19 to give attendees a look ahead at what this means for their workplace in 2021.

Litigation Trends & Updates

As 2020 draws to a close, Porter Wright attorneys will discuss labor and employment litigation trends seen over the course of the year. Attorneys Jourdan Day, Caroline Gentry and Fred Pressley will interpret what these pieces of litigation mean for the workplace and share key takeaways employer’s need to know to protect themselves from and prepare for potential litigation.