MT|SHRM Webinar Series
Annual Employment Law Update – Bring it on 2021!
Presented by Meg Sutton and Kim Vance, Shareholders, Baker Donelson
Employers were faced with a unique set of challenges in 2020. What employment law challenges will HR professionals face in 2021? Get a front row seat at our annual MTSHRM employment law update to get all the scoop. Topics to be covered include:
- Election Related Policies - What impact will the Presidential, Senate and House elections have on employment laws at the federal level.
- COVID-10 Related Policies – A vaccine? Returning to physical worksites when and how? How to manage stress levels and burnouts?
- New Tennessee Pregnant Worker Fairness Act
- Diversity & Inclusion 2.0
Don’t miss this informative session which will include many more tips, tools, and legal rules for the new year.
- Recap lessons learned in 2020
- Discuss the impact of state and federal election result
- Review anticipated employment law developments headed our way
Members – Included with membership
Guests and Future Members – $25*
*May be applied toward membership in MT|SHRM. Contact Shannan Duggin at 615-499-5150
Details: Registration will close at 3:00 PM the day before the webinar, and log-in instructions will be emailed directly from the webinar host.
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Meg Sutton is a shareholder with Baker Donelson. She defends local, regional and nationally-known employers in a broad range of employment matters, including the defense of cases under federal and state discrimination laws, against retaliation claims, and against claims for violation of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). Meg also litigates non-compete cases, and advises clients facing challenging workforce issues such as employee discipline, termination, and leave issues. Meg represents clients in both state and federal courts, and has accumulated significant trial experience on large litigation matters. Meg has been named a Mid South Rising Star by Mid South Super Lawyers since 2016 and has been named in the Best Lawyers in America “Ones to Watch” in Labor and Employment Law – Management.
Kim Vance is a shareholder in the Labor & Employment Group at Baker Donelson's Nashville office. "Kim Vance has a 'very broad knowledge' of labor and employment law and is lauded for her 'hands-on' experience. She has extensive experience in HR and management training, in addition to noteworthy litigation experience." Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers 2018 "Kim Vance is described by sources as 'a terrific problem solver.' She is noted for her impressive counseling and defense of management teams before the EEOC and the Tennessee Human Rights Commission." Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers 2013 Ms. Vance "is commended for her breadth of experience and impressive client base." Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers 2012.
$0.00 MT|SHRM Member Ticket
$25.00 Future Member/ Guest Ticket