Thursday, September 30, 2021
Live Webinar | 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. CDT

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Healthcare employers have been implementing vaccine mandates—hard mandates, soft mandates, and everything in between—for some time now. The religious exemption requests, however, are piling up. Join Husch Blackwell attorneys who have experience addressing the myriad issues involving religious exemptions, including federal law, state laws and “right of conscience” laws. Stick around for questions and answers and hear other human resources leaders in healthcare share their experiences.

The format of this webinar will be roundtable-style. We encourage participants to send questions ahead of time to Andrea` Reid and come prepared to share their experiences implementing religious exemptions. We will plan on 20 – 25 minutes of prepared content, with the rest of the time reserved for questions, answers and discussion.

Presenters
Barbara A. Grandjean, Partner
Tom O’Day, Partner
Julianne P. Story, Partner
Carrie Claiborne, Senior Counsel

Who Should Attend
General counsel and healthcare human resource leaders.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.

Registration
This webinar is complimentary; however, registration is required. We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues. Unable to join us at the scheduled date and time? Register anyway and we will email the recording to you.

Your Comprehensive COVID-19 Legal Resource
Since the pandemic’s onset, Husch Blackwell has continually monitored state-by-state orders regarding capacity, masking, vaccines, and more. We regularly address your FAQs and provide you with easy-to-use COVID-19 tools about returning to work and navigating federal programs. Contact our industry-specific legal teams or your Husch Blackwell attorney to plan through and beyond the pandemic.

Questions? Contact Andrea’ Reid at 314.345.6656.

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Photo of Barbara Grandjean Barbara Grandjean

Barb represents employers and employees inside and outside the courtroom. She frequently consults with employers regarding workplace issues, such as hiring, discipline and terminations, privacy and social media matters, medical and non-medical leave matters, reductions in force, executive employment, wage and hour matters…

Barb represents employers and employees inside and outside the courtroom. She frequently consults with employers regarding workplace issues, such as hiring, discipline and terminations, privacy and social media matters, medical and non-medical leave matters, reductions in force, executive employment, wage and hour matters, and employment handbooks, policies and training

Photo of Tom O'Day Tom O'Day

Tom advises and represents employers through sophisticated labor and employment matters, with a particular focus on the healthcare and education sectors. When investigation or litigation occurs, he’s a fierce advocate for clients, helping them to resolve issues with minimum interruptions to daily operations

Tom advises and represents employers through sophisticated labor and employment matters, with a particular focus on the healthcare and education sectors. When investigation or litigation occurs, he’s a fierce advocate for clients, helping them to resolve issues with minimum interruptions to daily operations while implementing best practices to avoid future litigation.

Photo of Julianne Story Julianne Story

Julianne is an accomplished litigator and provides strategic counsel to clients navigating the ever-changing landscape of labor and employment law. She offers guidance on laws involving harassment, discrimination and retaliation; advises on leave issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the

Julianne is an accomplished litigator and provides strategic counsel to clients navigating the ever-changing landscape of labor and employment law. She offers guidance on laws involving harassment, discrimination and retaliation; advises on leave issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA); and counsels on wage and hour compliance. She advises clients across a wide variety of industries, including the emerging cannabis and industrial hemp sector.

Photo of Carrie Claiborne Carrie Claiborne

Carrie focuses on HR counseling and compliance, including auditing and drafting employee handbooks and policies. Her practice extends to litigation, especially defense of claims related to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA),

Carrie focuses on HR counseling and compliance, including auditing and drafting employee handbooks and policies. Her practice extends to litigation, especially defense of claims related to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA), Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).