Employment Law Webinar Series
The OSHA Top 10 - Learn the 10 Key Things for Being OSHA Compliant
October 24, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presented by: Brad Hammock
A general overview of the ten most important areas employers should focus on in order to ensure that they are OSHA Compliant.
Data Breach: Managing the Fall-Out
November 21, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presented by: William (Bill) Davis
One of the hottest items in recent news is data breach. This issue affects all employers who maintain personal information of individuals and who experience data loss or breach. One of the most common types of data breach in that involving the personal information of employees. This webinar will focus on the initial steps that a company facing a data incident must take, an overview of some of the key issues presented, along with a brief discussion on addressing employee relation concerns.
Immigration: The Achilles’ Heel of Your Corporate Compliance Strategy
December 19, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presented by: Kevin Lashus
HR strives to create strong compliance programs but often miss immigration compliance as a key element. In today’s immigration enforcement environment, companies of all sizes are seeing millions of dollars in sanctions, federal contract debarment and derivative shareholder lawsuits, as well as inter-agency cooperation leading to parallel investigations by, among other agencies, the Office of Special Counsel, Wage and Hour Division, IRS and SEC. This webinar will discuss key rules of thumb to assess and improve immigration compliance and provide the tools necessary to explain to stakeholders that a culture of immigration compliance is essential.
About the Speakers
BRAD HAMMOCK, Shareholder in the Washington D.C. Region Office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
Mr. Hammock’s national practice focuses on all aspects of occupational safety and health law. In particular, Mr. Hammock provides invaluable assistance to employers in a preventive practice: (1) conducting full-scale safety and health compliance audits; (2) reviewing and revising corporate safety and health policies; and (3) conducting manager and supervisor training on employee safety and health. Mr. Hammock works closely with employers to help them understand and implement safety and health management systems.
WILLIAM L. DAVIS, Partner in the Dallas Office of Jackson Lewis LLP
Mr. Davis has represented a number of hospitals, senior care facilities, medical practice groups and related healthcare businesses. His work for these businesses includes preventive practices such as training, wage and hour audits, drafting policies, and drafting contracts. He has also defended a wide range of lawsuits filed by employees, including claims under the ADA, ADEA, Title VII, FLSA, FMLA, as well as whistleblower and breach of contract claims.
KEVIN LASHUS, Office Managing Shareholder in the Austin, Texas Office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
Mr. Lashus is the Office Managing Shareholder of the Austin, Texas office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Lashus focuses his practice on corporate employment verification compliance and inbound business immigration. Mr. Lashus has experience in providing uniquely tailored advice to assist clients in developing comprehensive employment authorization and immigration-related compliance systems—including full-scale or localized IMAGE and E-Verify implementation protocols. Given his public-sector background—first as a Texas Assistant Attorney General, then as an Assistant District Counsel with the US Department of Justice, and finally, as an Assistant Chief Counsel with the US Department of Homeland Security—he is able to prepare clients to minimize exposure during even the most complex regulatory, administrative, and civil litigation.
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