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Rebroadcast – September 18, 2020
- 8:00-9:00am PT / 9:00-10:00am MT / 10:00-11:00am CT / 11:00-12:00pm ET
This program was recorded on July 30, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has changed many aspects of life, including how, and even if Americans work. Some industries have seen significant work force reduction. This course is designed to cover the impact of the pandemic on existing employment laws as well as a general overview of federal employment legislation passed in response to it. Because of the novelty of the situation, as well as the relative infancy of the law interpreting legal issues, it is impossible to provide concrete answers to the potential questions. Additionally, many issues will vary from state to state. Instead, the goal of this course is to identify issues, and make educated guesses regarding the best course of action for Employers.
R. Kyle Paske
Kyle Paske is an associate attorney at Briskin, Cross & Sanford, LLC. Kyle’s practice focuses on litigation. Prior to joining Briskin, Cross & Sanford, LLC, Kyle represented businesses and their insurers, defending various claims arising from auto accidents, slip and falls, and on-the-job injuries, among other things. Kyle received his law degree cum laude from the University of Florida and his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida. During law school, Kyle competed nationally as part of the University of Florida’s Securities and Business Litigation Moot Court Team. Kyle is admitted to practice in both Florida and Georgia.
1 General Credit
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- State Issues:
- Unemployment/Underemployment Benefits
- Licensing Requirements
- Essential v. Non-Essential Business
- Workers’ Compensation
- Impact on Existing Federal Law:
- WARN Act
- New Federal Legislation:
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- CARES Act