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September 2021 - General Meeting

  • 21 Sep 2021
  • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • September will be: Zoom Virtual Meeting

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SEPTEMBER LOCATION CHANGED To: WEB-BASED


Navigating the Bermuda Triangle: Relationship between ADA, FMLA & Workers' Comp

Program 2 - MC-SHRM General Meeting   3:45*PM-5:00PM (*Registration 3:30PM-3:45PM)

Presented by: Haley Paul, Senior Council - Greathouse Holloway McFadden Trachtenberg PLLC 

 

Now more than ever it is important to understand state and federal leave laws. If an employee contracts COVID at work, is this covered by Workers’ Comp? Are they entitled to FMLA leave?
This session will include a high-level recap on the ADA, FMLA, and Texas’s Workers’ Comp statute, but will focus on how these laws interact and sometimes overlap. It will also include discussion related to COVID-related leave and how short- and long-term disability are included in the mix.   

Participants Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the key provisions of the ADA, FMLA, and Workers’ Compensation statute
  • Distinguish situations in which each of the leave laws apply and when they overlap
  • Illustrate COVID-specific examples of how each of the laws might operate and interact 
  • Describe the purpose of short- and long-term disability during employee leave  



    Haley Paul, Senior Counsel is a skilled labor and employment attorney. Her primary focus is on counseling clients on a wide array of employment-related issues including, hiring, onboarding, compensation, discipline, terminations, and workplace accommodations. She has represented clients in matters involving federal and state wage and hour disputes, discrimination claims, misappropriation of trade secrets, and noncompete agreements. She regularly conducts internal investigations and audits of her clients’ employment practices, and enjoys providing trainings to human resource personnel, managers, and other employees. She is also experienced in negotiating and drafting a variety of employment contracts.

    During law school, Haley served as an Articles Editor for the South Texas Law Review and interned for the Honorable Judge David Hittner of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

    Haley’s clients appreciate her pragmatic approach and the thought and detail that go into her advice and counsel. Her ability to identify potential pitfalls before they become problems is invaluable.

     To Learn more about Haley Paul, visit: www.greatlaw.com


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    MC-SHRM

    P.O. Box 8796

    The Woodlands, TX 77387

    (936) 321-2370


    Montgomery County Society for Human Resource Management is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

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