- COVID-19 | Labor & Employment Law
- Megan Glowacki, Esq. | Lyndsey Barnett, Esq. | Benjamin Shepler, Esq.
The panelists will discuss challenges in employee benefits law and employment law that practitioners are continue to face during COVID-19.
|COVID-19: Continuing Challenges in Employee Benefits and Employment Law (3.3 MB)||93 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Thompson Hine LLP
Megan is a partner in the Labor & Employment practice group. She focuses on counseling management clients on all areas of labor and employment law. In addition, she represents employers’ interests in litigation involving
employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and wage and hour disputes. Megan also represents private and nonprofit employers in collective bargaining negotiations, contract and discharge arbitrations, and investigations and actions involving unfair labor practice charges, and she advises on the interpretation of labor agreements.
Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP
Lyndsey is the Chair of the Firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practice Group. One aspect of Lyndsey’s practice involves counseling employers with respect to the development of employee benefit strategies to assist in attracting, motivating and retaining a high quality work force. Since the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, a portion of Lyndsey’s practice has largely become focused on welfare benefit plans, including self-insured medical, dental, prescription drug and vision plans, as well as long and short-term disability plans, cafeteria plans, wrap plans, and wellness programs. Lyndsey also assists counsels clients in designing, administering and complying with the legal requirements of both qualified and non-qualified retirement plans.
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP
Ben is a partner in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the labor and employment group. He counsels clients on legal compliance and day-to-day workforce management issues, including employee discipline, accommodation, and termination decisions. Ben represents employers of all sizes before administrative agencies and in federal and state courts throughout the country. He also drafts employee handbooks, policies, and employment contracts designed to reflect employers’ unique business and legal needs.