Legal Lunch & Learn- FMLA & Employee Handbooks

Date10/10/2019   |   Time11:30 am - 1:00 pm  

Location:
Toledo Bar Association
311 N. Superior St.
Toledo, Ohio 43604
United States
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Contact: Heather Bradley, Director
Phone: 4192419513
Email: heather@c4npr.org

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Join us for Legal Lunch & Learn!  This session will include two topics- “FMLA: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”" and "Employee Handbooks". If your organization could benefit from employment law seminars, bring your lunch and join us at the Toledo Bar Association for this free informative session. This session will cover the requirements of the Family Medical Leave Act, the abuse of Intermittent Leave and what employers can do and can’t do,along with the basics of employment handbooks and some of the necessary policies that an employer needs to include in its' handbook.

Presented by Carl Habekost, Esq. (Bugbee & Conkle) and Peggy Mattimoe Sturgeon, Esq. (Liebenthal Levine)

Carl Habekost, Esq. joined Bugbee & Conkle, LLP in 2010. In 2018, Mr. Habekost became head of the Labor & Employment department at Bugbee & Conkle. Mr. Habekost represents employers in all aspects of safety law, workers’ compensation law, labor law, and employment law. In addition, Mr. Habekost has earned an advanced, executive-level safety certification as a Certified Occupational Safety Manager which enables him to develop skills to build and manage effective safety programs to reduce injuries and control costs. Mr. Habekost is also an adjunct Professor in the Environmental Health & Safety Department at the University of Findlay. Mr. Habekost is married with three children and enjoys reading, physical fitness, and music.

Peggy Mattimoe Sturgeon, Esq. practices in the areas of employment law and education law.  In her employment practice, she provides a full range of employment law-related services and counsels and strategizes with employers regarding their employment issues and policies, helping them to avoid litigation or, if that is not possible, to be in the strongest position possible in the event of a lawsuit.  In her education practice, she represents families in the areas of student discipline issues and special education matters involving the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Event Logistics:

  • Workshop registration starts at 11:15am.
  • This event is available at no cost
  • Water, coffee and tea will be provided
  • Bring your lunch to enjoy while learning about legal issues related to nonprofits!
  • Parking is available at metered spots on the street (while available, free from 11AM-1PM) and at the Superior Parking Garage (enter off of Superior or St. Clair Street) or Port Lawrence Parking Garage (enter off of St. Clair Street near Jefferson). Garage rates run $1.00 - $6.00 for ½ hour to 4 hours.
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This event is not eligible for Nonprofit Management certificate program hours.

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