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Family Medical Leave Act: What You Thought You Knew

MNACCA Webinar
05.21.13

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

So, you thought you and your HR staff knew everything about the Family and Medical Leave Act? New cases and administrative decisions have changed what you thought you knew. This webinar will cover practical questions arising under the new interpretations of FMLA, such as:

  • Who is a “parent” entitled to leave?
  • Who is a covered “child”?
  • What are the new military leave requirements?
  • When are “short term” impairments covered?
  • What does “caring for” really mean?
  • When does a “vacation” count as “leave”?
  • When do “call-in” requirements become “retaliation”?
  • How can we obtain and use medical certification/recertification?
  • How can we prove FMLA fraud?
  • What to do when FMLA overlaps ADA and Workers’ Compensation.

Lindquist & Vennum Employment Law Partner Nancy Vollertsen will answer these, and other pertinent questions about the FMLA to help prevent employers’ inadvertent violations.

Contact
LaFromboise, Antoine J.
Communications and Brand Manager
T 612.371.3269

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