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The Potential Impact Of a Trump Presidency on Employers (Webinar)

Health Care   |   Labor & Employment   |   Immigration Planning and Compliance   |   December 15, 2016
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Now that the election is over, employers may anticipate significant changes in the government’s approach toward regulating the workplace following President-Elect Trump’s campaign promises to reverse or ratchet back many of the aggressive initiatives implemented by the Obama administration.

This webinar will explore some of the following Obama administration initiatives and the challenges that will be faced by the new administration to implement changes to current policy:

  • Executive Orders
  • Revised DOL Overtime Rule
  • National Labor Relations Board Policies and Decisions
  • The Affordable Care Act
  • Expanding LGBT Rights
  • Immigration

Attendees will learn what to expect in the coming months to prepare for the change in the administration after the Inauguration.

Presenters:
James M. Sconzo
Shareholder, Carlton Fields
jsconzo@carltonfields.com

Cathleen Bell Bremmer
Of Counsel, Carlton Fields
cbell@carltonfields.com


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