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NE MCLE #191868. 1.0 CLE Hours (Distance Learning)
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The Coronavirus is presenting employers (including law firms) with a number of employment law questions. Can employers require employees be tested? If your organization is required to close due to a pandemic are you required to pay your employees for the time off? If an employee asks for a leave of absence after testing positive for Coronavirus, what can you tell employees and customers who may have come into contact with the affected employee, if anything? Find out the answers to these and other important questions impacting the workplace from Mark Fahleson and Tara Paulson of Rembolt Ludtke. As a service to the legal community Mark and Tara have granted us permission to make this recording available to free to our members.
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Originally recorded March 6, 2020.
Mr. Fahleson serves as an attorney and advisor to businesses, organizations, insurers, governmental bodies/officials, and individuals, providing strategic advice and practical counsel on the issues they face. When litigation becomes unavoidable, Mr. Fahleson’s zealous yet cost-effective representation has resulted in numerous successful verdicts from federal and state court judges and juries. Whether it involves employment law, agriculture or government relations, Fahleson’s expertise and skill has earned him recognition, including being named as the Employment Law (Management-Side) Attorney 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” for Lincoln, Nebraska by The Best Lawyers in America©.
Tara is the Chair of the Litigation Practice Group and member of the Executive Committee at Rembolt Ludtke and her practice primarily focuses on employment and labor issues, civil litigation and transportation. Tara has significant experience in employment litigation, including matters involving federal, state, and local employment laws. In addition to her litigation practice, Tara regularly represents clients in responding to administrative charges before federal, state, and local agencies, counsels employers regarding various labor and employment law issues, negotiates and prepares employment and separation agreements, reviews and revises employee handbooks, and drafts personnel policies