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Employment Law Updates in an Evolving Workplace CLE

May 24, 2022
Workplace subject to employment law

The 2022 employment law update presented by Larry Lee and Blaine Bengtson reveals a few key themes around vaccine mandates, expanded paid employee sick and medical leave benefits, and remote workforces.

As the world experiences yet another year under the heel of COVID-19, it’s unsurprising that developments in local, state, and federal employment laws continue to focus principally on responses to the pandemic. Join Employer Management Attorneys Larry Lee and Blane Bengtson as they highlight changes in employment law that may impact employers in the local, state, federal, and international workplaces, with special considerations for work-from-home policies.

Employment Law Updates in an Evolving Workplace

Monday, June 6, 2022

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Virtual Employment Law Program | June 2-3 & 6-7


Learning Objectives

  • Understand the upward trend in State Leave and Job protection laws
  • Renewed attention to anti-discrimination laws
  • Government response to pandemic in 2022 (yes, Covid-19 strains are still infecting the country)
  • Legal implications of remote work

About the Presenters

Larry Lee is a 27-year practitioner, sharehold­er and labor and employment attorney for Jones & Keller, PC. He represents numerous employ­ers in the private and public sectors. Larry has successfully defended many employers in federal and state courts, arbitrations, and federal circuit appeals courts for claims filed under Section 1983, Title VII, state anti-discrimination statutes, wage and hour laws, and common law breach of employment contracts. On a daily basis, Larry provides advice and counsel to management clients on legal compliance as well as practical resolutions to complex workplace issues. Do not hesitate to reach out to Larry at

Blaine Bengtson is an associate attorney in the litigation group of Jones & Keller, P.C. His practice includes representation of clients in the public and private sectors in matters involving labor and employment law and complex commercial matters. He also has provided extensive preventive advice and counsel to employer clients, including annual revisions to their employee handbooks to ensure compliance with the latest developments in employment law.