Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was signed into U.S. law on March 18 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective April 1, it potentially impacts millions of workers and businesses across the country. In addition, the $2 trillion relief package passed in March.
What could all of this mean for you, your family, your employees, and your company?
Watch this complimentary on-demand webcast, “Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act,” featuring Greg Hare and Chris Hammon from the law firm of Ogletree Deakins.
Learn more about the FFCRA and its employment-law implications, from paid sick leave to expanded family and medical leave. And hear more about the impacts and implications of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package.
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Greg Hare has been an employment lawyer at Ogletree his entire career, ever since 1991. He assists companies with human resources and employment-related litigation matters, including wrongful termination claims, sexual harassment, employment discrimination, employment contracts, trade secrets, and non-compete agreements. He advises clients on a wide range of human resources topics, such as employee discipline and discharge, severance planning, independent contractor classifications, wage payment, family and medical leave, disability law, military leave, joint employment issues, affirmative action and reductions in force. Mr. Hare also counsels clients on traditional labor relations matters involving union avoidance, decertification, strike contingency planning, double-breasting, grievance administration and arbitration, collective bargaining, unfair labor practice litigation, and other matters involving the National Labor Relations Board, including “protected concerted activity” cases. Mr. Hare encourages companies to develop proactive human resources strategies that are designed to minimize exposure to costly litigation and disputes. This commonly includes conducting comprehensive employment law compliance audits, employment policy design and review, management training and counseling, and simulated problem solving workshops.
Chris Hammon practices in the areas of labor and employment litigation, arbitration, counseling, and investigation. He represents management in all variety of employment disputes before federal and state courts and administrative agencies and before various arbitral tribunals. Mr. Hammon also provides human resources counseling advice to employers on compliance and employee management and relations issues. Mr. Hammon is co-chair of the firm’s Hospitality Industry Group and has experience representing employers in a wide range of industries, with particular expertise in the transportation, hospitality, and health care fields. Mr. Hammon also has significant expertise assisting domestic employers with labor and employment issues relating to their operations abroad, and with counseling foreign companies on compliance issues involving their U.S. operations. Mr. Hammon lectures frequently on a variety of labor and employment law topics. He is fluent in Spanish, being a native speaker of that language.