COVID-19 and The Topic of The Day

November 16th, 2021 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
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COVID-19 and The Topic of The Day

Join Insurance Board for our Live Webcast: COVID-19 and The Topic of The Day

The program will address several important challenges facing employers due to the ongoing pandemic, including maintaining workplace safety and how they might choose to address vaccine mandates. The program will also look at some of the other important issues for employers leading into 2022 outside of the pandemic, including changes to disability and family/medical leave laws and training requirements.

Join us on November 16th at 2:00 p.m. EST.

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Presenter

Dean Rocco
Dean Rocco

Partner, Wilson Elser

Dean Rocco is a pragmatic, results-oriented attorney with Wilson Elser. Dean leverages the firm’s geographic reach and strength across multiple disciplines to the benefit of clients. Dean takes great pride in building longstanding partnerships with clients through responsive communication and consistent, positive results in keeping with clients’ business philosophies or litigation objectives. As a distinguished attorney and recognized authority in his field, Dean is routinely asked share to share his perspectives on evolving legal issues.

Dean is a Chair of the firm’s national Employment & Labor Practice Group. In that capacity, Dean maintains a significant practice representing employers and management in a wide range of employment litigation. Dean also lends his knowledge and perspective to negotiating executive compensation arrangements, building effective personnel policies, managing risk during difficult disciplinary issues, guiding employers through complex disability and leave situations and delivering online and in-person training programs for employees.

COVID-19 and The Topic of The Day

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