John M. Bagyi To Present, "The ADA and FMLA - Just When You Thought You Had It All Figured Out" at CRHRA Meeting on February 18, 2009
January 4, 2009
Capital Region Human Resource Association
February 18, 2009
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Holiday Inn, 205 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12205
To register, contact CRHRA at 518-463-8687
January 1, 2009 -- ADA Amendments Take Effect
January 16, 2009 -- FMLA Final Regulations Take Effect
February 18, 2009 -- Learn What All This Means to You
The ADA and FMLA - Just When You Thought You Had It All Figured Out ...
Managing employees with medical conditions requires employers to understand the complex legal web created by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the New York Human Rights Law. Recent amendments to the ADA and FMLA, as well as new FMLA regulations, expand the scope of these statutes as well as employers' obligations under them.
In this presentation, John will examine the recent amendments and regulations, explain in practical terms what these amendments mean for New York employers, and explore how the amended ADA and FMLA will interact with other legal obligations to individuals with disabilities, as well as military servicepeople and their families.
John M. Bagyi, Esq., SPHR
A certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, John M. Bagyi serves as Deputy Managing Attorney of Bond, Schoeneck & King's Albany Office where he counsels and represents employers of all types and sizes in a variety of labor and employment-related contexts. He serves as a guest lecturer at Albany Law School and the School of Business at the University at Albany and is a frequent speaker at national, regional and state conferences, including the 2008 National SHRM Conference. John currently serves as General Counsel to the New York State Society of Human Resource Management and has been recognized in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Emerging Leaders. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America for labor and employment law -- the youngest attorney in New York State to receive that honor.