FREE WEBINAR

12 Questions & 12 Answers:
Returning Employees to Work in a COVID World

1 CPE

June 8, 1PM-2PM EST

Available Live or On-Demand

Ready to get back to the office?
Understand the interplay of COVID-19, employment laws and employee concerns over returning to the office environment.

Join Centre Law & Consulting Partner David Warner as he examines the interplay of COVID-19, employment laws and employee concerns over returning to the office environment. From employer mandates, vaccines, and testing to sick leaves, accommodations, and returning to work safely, learn how to navigate new and ever-evolving COVID-19 regulations and federal legal requirements. Discover trends in COVID-19 laws, and how to position your organization for success in 2021 and beyond. Gain the tools you need to implement successful strategies, as well as preventative measures.

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Our Presenter

David Warner

Partner, Employment & Government Contracts

David Warner heads Centre’s litigation, audit, and investigation practices. He is a seasoned trial lawyer and counselor with more than twenty years of experience in the resolution and litigation of complex business and employment disputes before state and federal courts and agencies. His practice is particularly focused on the government contractor, nonprofit, and hospitality industries.

David has dealt extensively with the U.S. Department of Justice and offices of inspector general of several agencies, including the General Services Administration, with respect to audits and investigations concerning alleged fraud, False Claims Act, and Trade Agreement Act compliance issues. He also has extensive experience representing contractors in affirmative action, Davis-Bacon Act, and Service Contract Labor Standards (formerly the “Service Contract Act”) compliance audits. David also routinely advises contractors with respect to bid protests, claims, and appeals. David’s commercial litigation experience includes representation of contractors in teaming agreement and subcontract disputes before federal and state courts, including piracy of employees, clients, and intellectual property. He has also represented contractors before the U.S. Court of International Trade.

Twelve Questions & Twelve Answers - Returning Employees to Work in a COVID World

Free | June 8 | 1PM-2PM ESt

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