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$275 per connection until March 20

$295 per connection from March 21 - March 27

Knowing the right way to handle medical information can be tricky, especially with the myriad requirements your agency needs to follow under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act and Rehabilitation Act.

In this webinar, experienced attorneys Gary Gilbert and Deryn Sumner will give you a complete overview of employee medical information and related issues, outlining the type and extent of medical information agencies can request in specific circumstances, as well as how to handle and store medical information in compliance with confidentiality requirements.

Training Takeaways:

  • Recognize what types of medical documentation you can ask for when an employee requests reasonable accommodation

  • Avoid asking for documentation that is considered protected genetic information

  • Discover what types of medical questions you can ask job applicants prior to and after extending a job offer

  • Recognize when you can send an employee to a fitness-for-duty examination

  • Navigate the process by which agency representatives must ask for medical information in discovery

  • And more!

Webinar Registration:

$275 per connection until April 3

$295 per connection from April 4 - April 10

Deciding what a complaint is alleging and bases of the claims being raised is a crucial part of the federal EEO process — a timely and quality investigation depends on it being done well. This engaging webinar will help practitioners properly frame EEO claims, whether simple or complex, to ensure a focused, complete investigation that will withstand EEOC scrutiny.

Joel Kravetz will guide you through deciding which allegations you need to accept and send for investigation and which claims you can dismiss without fear that they will later be remanded. You’ll also gain an understanding of how the framing of a claim impacts the sufficiency of an investigation so you can give accurate guidance to the investigator.

You’ll leave with best practices to:

  • Recognize and define viable EEO claims

  • Avoid common missteps in defining harassment allegations

  • Frame claims that involve multiple allegations and multiple responsible management officials

  • Spot and frame claims of per se violations of Title VII and the Rehabilitation Act

  • Frame other more complex cases involving hostile work environment, continuing violations, pattern and practice claims, disability accommodation claims, mixed cases, and more

Registering by Purchase Order
To register using a Purchase Order, please submit your completed registration form with your official purchase order via fax (561-622-2423) or mail (LRP Publications, 360 Hiatt Drive, Dept. 150F, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418).

Please call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

Webinar Cancellation Policy
Please notify LRP Publications in writing at conferences@lrp.com as soon as possible if you are unable to attend. Cancellations received more than 3 days prior to the event will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of $25. If you prefer, you may substitute an upcoming webinar of equal or lesser value for the one you originally registered for and we will waive the $25 administrative fee. Cancellations received less than 3 days prior to the event will not be refunded and you will be sent the recorded event on a disc. Unpaid cancellations will be billed for the appropriate fee. LRP reserves the right to alter this program without prior notice. LRP Publications is not responsible for any problems stemming from the registrants' organization's hardware. Recording of webinars is prohibited.


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