COVID-19 Topics in Employment Law:
Legal & Practical Solutions in the Workplace, webinar from the 2020 UMAA Spring Conference
Camille Johnson recently presented at the virtual Utah Municipal Attorneys’ Association (“UMAA”) Spring Conference webinar after the in-person conference was canceled due to COVID-19. Her presentation included topics and conversation around the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA), Return to Work Plans, and Workplace Discrimination. Camille is an expert advisor and litigator in employment law and leads our COVID-19 Resource Team in the areas of employment, OSHA, and the FFRCA. Click on the video below to watch the recording of her presentation.
We help protect public and private employer clients against employment lawsuits originating in the workplace, including discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination.
We have an extensive background and reputable track record of successes defending private and public employers in state and federal trial and appellate courts. Our experience in the employment law arena includes a wide variety of alleged wrongful employment practices, including claims of discrimination; harassment, retaliation; wrongful termination and demotion; and alleged violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII, OSHA, and state counterparts. We also represent clients in arbitration and before administrative bodies.
We frequently represent public and private employers against claims originating in the workplace, including OSHA violations, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
WHEN AN EXPERIENCED UTAH EMPLOYMENT DEFENSE FIRM IS NEEDED
Our employment lawyers are ready to help. For more information about the employer defense services SC&M provides, contact Nathan R. Skeen, Chris Droubay or Scott Young.