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Rattigan, Harlow to Present at AIV Human Resources Seminar

Rattigan, Harlow to Present at AIV Human Resources Seminar

Join labor and employment attorneys Elizabeth Rattigan and F. David Harlow, as well as other labor and employment leaders in our area, as they present at the January 20th AIV Human Resources Seminar in Montpelier. Speaking directly on key issues for 2016, topics up for discussion include:

Health Care: Update on Recent Developments; Key Milestones, Decisions, and Issues Pending for Employers; What to Watch in 2016

Mandatory Paid Leave: Review of Experiences in CT, CA, and MA – Lessons for Vermont; Review of Proposals Pending in Vermont Legislature; Issues and Considerations for Employers

Marijuana Legalization: Review of Experiences in CO, WA, and OR – Any Lessons for Vermont; Review of Proposals Pending in Vermont Legislature; Issues and Considerations for Employers; Review of Medical Marijuana Issues

Independent Contractors/Employee Classification: Review of Key Legal and Regulatory Developments at the State and Federal Levels – Implications for Vermont Employers; Lessons from States That Have Amended Classification Rules; Review of Proposals Pending in Vermont Legislature

Wrap Up: Additional Issues to Watch; Final Q&A

For more information and to sign up for this event, visit the Associated Industries of Vermont website.

Event Details

When

January 20, 2016
8:30am – 1:30pm

Where

Capitol Plaza
100 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05602

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