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Best Practices in ADA, FMLA and Workers' Compensation in Missouri

Break free of old habits and learn how to successfully navigate the complex interplay of leave laws. As an employer in Missouri, you're faced with an ever-changing maze of laws increasing your obligations to employees who cannot, will not or should not work. Purchase these reference materials and find out exactly what you need to know about recent ADA and FMLA updates - and how they interact with Missouri workers' compensation laws. The constantly evolving laws governing leave and disability discrimination allow no room for error or miscalculation. Purchase these reference materials and find out how to efficiently handle the difficult and confusing interplay of ADA, FMLA and workers' compensation in the workplace and - if worse comes to worst - in the courtroom. Benefits for You •Find out when leave must be granted under ADA, FMLA and workers' compensation laws •Comply with the ADA duty of reasonable accommodation •Strategies for defining occupational injury or disease as it relates to workers' compensation claims •Properly discipline or discharge an employee while staying compliant
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Agenda

The Americans With Disabilities Act
— James M. Paul
  • Employer Coverage/Employee Eligibility
  • What Is a Disability?
  • Defining 'Qualified Individual'
  • Essential and Marginal Job Functions
  • What Is Reasonable Accommodation?
  • Health and Fitness Examinations
  • Administrative Actions/Civil Liability
  • Best Defenses to ADA Claims
  • Related State Laws
  • Current Developments
Workers' Compensation Laws
— J. Bradley Young
  • Benefit Schemes – TPD, TTD, PPD and PTD
  • Employer Responses to Claims
  • Fraud Reduction Tactics
  • Occupational Disease Claims
  • Return-to-Work Issues
  • Workers' Compensation Retaliation
  • Current Developments
The Family and Medical Leave Act
— James M. Paul
  • Employer Coverage/Employee Eligibility
  • Circumstances in Which Leave Can Be Taken
  • What Constitutes a Serious Health Condition?
  • Who Is a Health Care Provider?
  • Designating Leave for FMLA Purposes
  • Medical Certification of a Serious Health Condition
  • Returning-to-Work After Leave
  • Continuation of Benefits During Leave
  • Substitution of Unpaid With Paid Leave
  • Recordkeeping and Posting Requirements
  • Administrative Actions/Civil Liability
  • Current Developments
Interaction of the ADA, the FMLA and Workers' Compensation Statutes
— James M. Paul and J. Bradley Young
  • Coverage/Purpose of Each Act
  • Where the Acts Meet and Diverge
  • Integrating the Acts With Workplace Policies
  • Prohibited Inquiries and Medical Examinations
  • Determining When It Is Appropriate to Terminate an Employee
  • Providing Leave as a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA
  • Work-Related Injuries Triggering the FMLA or the ADA
  • Employee Return-to-Work Issues
  • Inconsistent Statements Made by Employees in Order to Receive Benefits
  • Hypothetical Scenarios, Discussions and Questions
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Jim Paul

Jim Paul

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

  • Shareholder in the St. Louis office of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., an international labor and employment law firm
  • Extensive experience in handling labor and employment law litigation in federal and state courts, and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor, the Department of Justice, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and several state agencies
  • Regularly advises employers on all labor and human resource management issues in an effort to prevent or resolve employee issues before they escalate into legal disputes
  • Employer co-chair for the American Bar Association’s FMLA Subcommittee, and co-editor of the ABA’s annual treatise covering developments under the FMLA
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J. Bradley Young

Harris, Dowell, Fisher & Harris

  • Partner with the law Harris, Dowell, Fisher & Harris, L.C.
  • Represents insurance carriers and self-insured corporations in the defense of workers’ compensation claims
  • Spoken before corporate organizations and at in-house client seminars for many years, and frequently lectures for nationally-known seminar companies on topics relating to employer liability and workers’ compensation defense
  • Can be contacted at 636-532-0300 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 390800
Published 2013
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