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Recent Employment Law and Tax Developments: A Virtual Presentation Wednesday, August 12, 10:00 - 11AM

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  • | 4:00 p.m. August 5, 2020
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Over the last several months there have been developments in employment law and tax not directly related to COVID-19 that you may have missed. While businesses have been focused on responding to COVID-19— learning about the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act, the PPP, and developments with unemployment—the Supreme Court and government agencies have been making decisions that impact the workplace.

Williams Parker’s Business Solutions group invites you to a complimentary, one-hour Zoom webinar to discuss some of these decisions and how they may impact the workplace. Visit to sign up.

• Expansion of Title VII protection of sex to include sexual orientation and gender identity
• Expansion of rights of religious employers
• Changes to certain provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act
• Updates from the National Labor Relations Board on workplace investigations and work email
• Amendment to the Florida Civil Rights Act
• Tax planning for 2020
• Tax provisions supporting businesses

Presenters include, Jennifer-Folwer-Hermes, Board Certified Labor & Employment Attorney with Williams Parker, Beth Ebersole, CPA, ABV with Kerkering, Barberio & Co. and Gail Farb, Labor & Employment Attorney with Williams Parker.

Williams Parker’s Business Solutions team helps business owners and entities assess and manage risk, advise on tax and compliance issues, provide workout and turnaround guidance, and offer creditor, restructuring, and bankruptcy representation. The firm works with HR executives to assess potential employment liability; review, update, and advise on employment policies; defend employment law claims; and assist with regulatory guidelines. For those seeing opportunity amidst uncertainty, the firm offers start-up guidance on tax, employment, and intellectual property issues. Its attorneys assist commercial and residential landlords and tenants with abatements, deferments, amendments, forbearance, and help identify remedies, including business interruption insurance and updated lease provisions. Should litigation arise, the team is prepared to advocate on your behalf.

Phone: 941-366-4800


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