The law firm Bond, Schoeneck & King is hosting a complimentary webinar July 25 at 1 p.m. that will focus on New York’s paid family leave law. The firm is inviting credit union leaders and professionals to participate in the session.
To register for the webinar, click here.
Here are the complete details:
New York employers both large and small are readying for the implementation of the state’s Paid Family Leave Law, which takes effect on January 1, 2018. While we continue to await publication of the final regulations from the New York Workers’ Compensation Board, we have received numerous questions from our clients. Please join us for a complimentary webinar on July 25, 2017, that will address some of the common questions and misconceptions about the law and its implementation.
Kerry W. Langan, Esq.
Kerry works closely with management and provides counsel on a variety of labor and employment-related matters, such as managing leaves of absence, compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws, and workplace investigations.
Kristen E. Smith, Esq.
Kristen works with employers, large and small, to help ensure compliance with the complex maze of labor and employment laws. She provides practical, tailored advice to help clients avert costly and damaging employment-related claims.
Caroline M. Westover, Esq.
Caroline represents employers in labor, employment and immigration matters. Her practice includes counseling and representing management in state and federal employment discrimination litigation, employee discipline, family leave issues, layoffs, collective bargaining, labor arbitration and union organizing.
Save the Date for our Upcoming Fall Breakfast Briefings
In addition, Bond will delve deeper into this topic with a 90-minute Breakfast Briefing in twelve locations around the state in the Fall. See below for the dates and locations. Registration will open soon.
Albany • October 17
Buffalo • September 27
Corning • September 19
Garden City • October 26
Johnson City • October 11
New Hartford • October 25
New York City • November 1
Poughkeepsie • September 28
Rochester • October 24
Saratoga Springs • October 19
Syracuse • September 21
Watertown • October 3