Overview (Program Summary)
ACC Chicago is moving to Interactive Virtual Roundtables to replace our in-person Roundtable Luncheons. These are specifically designed to give those who are interested in a particular topic a chance to interact and discuss in an intimate small group session. Spots will continue to be limited so we ask that you register only if you are truly committed to attend. There is no CLE credit for these chats.
Please join ACC Chicago Gold Sponsor, Epstein, Becker, Green for a 60-minute virtual roundtable discussion on things to think about as you help your company prepare for employees returning to the workplace in the COVID-19 era.
James J. Oh represents employers from various industries around the country. Specifically, he provides counsel on compliance with laws and regulations affecting the workplace, including wage and hour compliance, discipline and termination, leaves of absence, affirmative action obligations, and unfair competition. He also defends clients in employment litigation of all kinds, including class action and multiple plaintiff suits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Kevin J. Ryan advises for-profit and not-for-profit health care clients, including hospitals, nursing homes, and other provider organizations and businesses on transactions and regulatory matters, including HIPAA privacy requirements, and state and federal administrative matters. Before beginning his legal practice, Mr. Ryan was the Director of Planning at a 700-bed community hospital in suburban Chicago. After becoming an attorney, Mr. Ryan served for six years as General Counsel for a national preferred provider organization located in Chicago that serviced 1,600 hospitals, over 85,000 physicians, and 400 payors.
Dan L. Fahey advises hospitals and other health care providers on regulatory matters and health information privacy issues. Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Mr. Fahey served as in-house counsel for a large hospital system in the Midwest, where, among other things, he provided legal advice to senior leaders on complex regulatory issues.
Michelle G. Marks advises employers on hiring, performance management, work accommodations, leaves of absence, disciplinary actions, terminations, and wage and hour practices. Prior to joining Epstein Becker Green, Ms. Marks served as the Employment Practices and Health Services Director of a manufacturer of equipment and services for electric power systems. In this dual role, she managed employment litigation, provided counseling on employment practices, and provided oversight of an on-site health clinic.
Online registration preferred.
Attendance is complimentary, but limited to ACC members, prospective ACC members, and guests of the Host.
Zoom invitation to be emailed to registrants 24 hour prior. Note, your email address will be provided to the Host.