What: March Chapter Meeting - 2021 Legal Update: Hot Topics in Employment Law and Changes Expected from the Biden Administration
When: Tuesday, March 9th, from 11:30am - 1:30pm
Where: Zoom (details TBA)
Platinum Sponsor: Whip Mix
Platinum Sponsor: Sana Benefits
Gold Sponsor: Fisher Phillips
This presentation will address hot legal topics in employment law for the new year, including an update on pandemic relief and expected changes under the Biden administration. After only a few weeks in office, President Biden has already begun taking actions that will immediately impact employers in the areas of workplace safety, the National Labor Relations Board, wage and hour, pay equity and leave laws. Join us for a detailed discussion of these developments and how to best prepare your workplace for the impending changes.
Megan U’Sellis is an experienced labor and employment law litigator who counsels and represents employers throughout multiple states and industries regarding a wide range of labor and employment issues, including claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation under federal and state laws, breach of contract, non-competition and trade secrets, and wage and hour violations. Megan has experience defending employers in Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective and multi-state class action wage and hour lawsuits.
Megan also advises her clients on a wide range of employment matters, including employee handbooks and other company policies, employee and management training, severance agreements and other employee contracts, and internal audits and investigations.
Megan is a frequent speaker on sexual harassment, employee leave laws (ADA/FMLA), opioid abuse in the workplace, and effective workplace investigations.
Ashby AngellAshby Angell is an associate in the Louisville office. Her practice is focused exclusively on labor and employment law across various industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and media. Ashby represents employers in a variety of legal issues including discrimination, sexual harassment, and non-compete agreements. She also has experience handling traditional labor matters, including labor arbitrations and union avoidance training. Prior to joining the firm, Ashby worked for a small civil litigation firm in Louisville, where she represented clients in a variety of tort claims.