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FisherBroyles’ Employment Partners Amy Epstein Gluck and Eric Meyer to Speak at Annual SHRM Lehigh Valley Conference in Bethlehem, PA in October

FisherBroyles' employment partners Amy Epstein Gluck and Eric Meyer will speak on October 1-2, 2018 at the Annual SHRM Lehigh Valley October Two-Day Conference: HR Legal Academy in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Amy will present "How to Prevent Your Organization From Becoming the Next #MeToo"; and Eric will present "No More Screw-Ups! Seven Easy ADA/FMLA Training Tips for Managers." Click here for more information.

FisherBroyles Employment Partner, Eric B. Meyer, Presenting Two Sessions at U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

On Tuesday, July 10, 2018, FisherBroyles Employment Partner, Eric B. Meyer, is presenting two sessions at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Examining Conflicts in Employment Laws (EXCEL) Training Conference. Eric is presenting "The No Puns All Facts Medical Marijuana Session You Won't Want to Miss" and "The Deep Dive into Social Media in the Workplace." [...]

Employment Partner Amy Epstein Gluck Will Discuss Employment Issues Related to Cannabis at the Cannabis Law Summit in NYC on May 18, 2018

Employment partner Amy Epstein Gluck will discuss employment issues related to cannabis, such as accommodations for medical marijuana users, at the Cannabis Law Summit in NYC on May 18, 2018. For more info, click here.  

Employment Partner, Eric Meyer, will present his “I’ll Help You Become an ADA Accommodation Expert” series at the sold-out 2018 SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference in Washington, DC, on March 12, 2018

Employment Partner, Eric Meyer, will present his “I’ll Help You Become an ADA Accommodation Expert” series at the sold-out 2018 SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference in Washington, DC, on March 12, 2018, and at the Tri-State HRMA Legal Symposium, Rowan College at Gloucester County, NJ, on March 13, 2018. For more information click on [...]

Sexual Harassment Investigations – The Basics

Despite your best efforts – you’ve nurtured an inclusive environment, established an effective anti-harassment policy and communicated it across the company, and have provided training to all of your employees, top to bottom – there’s been a complaint of sexual harassment. The basic formula for a sexual harassment investigation, one that will stand up to [...]

FisherBroyles Partners Jewell Lim Esposito, Amy Epstein Gluck, and Jack Wuerker, along with BB&T are having a RoundTable discussion – Toxic Work Environment? Sexual Harassment? New Tax Laws? All Explained!

FisherBroyles Partners Jewell Lim Esposito, Amy Epstein Gluck, and Jack Wuerker, along with BB&T are having a RoundTable discussion – Toxic Work Environment? Sexual Harassment? New Tax Laws? All Explained! – February 28, 2018 Click here for more info.

Client Alert – An Ounce of Prevention…Polices and Procedures can Help Stop Workplace Harassment Before it Starts

As we discussed in our last alert, addressing sexual harassment in the healthcare workspace is no longer optional or something that any business can afford to pay lip service to without serious financial and reputational risk. Payouts and settlements in sexual harassment lawsuits can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and, in today’s highly charged [...]

Client Alert – #YouToo: Sex Abuse and Harassment in Healthcare It’s not Just a Hollywood Problem

The topic of sexual harassment in the workplace (and in some cases all-out sexual assault) has become ubiquitous: From the #MeToo campaign on social media, the “Silence Breakers” featured on the cover of Time magazine as “Person of the Year,” to Hollywood’s new effort, the “Time’s Up” legal defense fund, it is impossible to escape [...]

Client Alert – Sexual Harassment Prevention 101—The Basics

It has been quite a year in employment law! The exposure and explosive aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal opened the floodgates for sexual harassment claims, which rippled across industries and workplaces with employers reevaluating their policies and committing to end such treatment. However, we see that confusion remains about what actually constitutes [...]