FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 22, 2021
Oliver F. Hays
Phillips Lytle LLP
PHILLIPS LYTLE LLP PARTNERS JAMES R. GRASSO AND KEVIN J. MULVEHILL TO PRESENT FOR ROCHESTER ROTARY CLUB WEBINAR TITLED, “B2B PANEL: VACCINATION GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS AND NYS PAID SICK LEAVE”
Rochester, N.Y. – Phillips Lytle LLP Partners James R. Grasso and Kevin J. Mulvehill will participate in a webinar for the Rochester Rotary Club titled, “B2B Panel: Vaccination Guidance for Employers and NY Paid Sick Leave.” The webinar will take place on Wednesday, February 24, from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
This complimentary webinar will provide updated guidance on the New York State Sick and Safe Leave Law and COVID-19 vaccination that will impact the employment landscape for employers. Topics will include employer coverage, employee eligibility, leave accrual, reasons for leave, conditions for employee use of leave, considerations in contemplating whether to mandate employee vaccinations and more.
Mr. Grasso represents management in the private and public sectors in all aspects of labor and employment law. He counsels clients on workplace policies and practices, as well as legal compliance issues, and represents employers in litigation concerning employment discrimination, harassment, wage and hour matters, wrongful termination, employment contract disputes, and confidentiality and non-compete agreements. Mr. Grasso appears regularly before state and federal courts in New York, and before federal, state and local administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New York State Division of Human Rights and New York City Commission on Human Rights. His practice also includes representing management in union organizing campaigns and collective bargaining negotiations, as well as defending management in labor arbitrations and before the National Labor Relations Board and New York State Public Employment Relations Board.
Mr. Mulvehill’s broad practice includes assisting clients with compliance with labor and employment law; compliance with wage and hour law; employment and consulting agreements; employment hiring; discipline and terminations; reductions in force; employee leave and accommodation issues; employee personnel policies and practices; non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants; unfair competition; severance agreements; employment discrimination; labor arbitrations; unfair labor practices; collective bargaining; workplace and governmental investigations; employee and executive training; corporate governance; entity formations; mergers and acquisitions; shareholder disputes; general commercial contracts; and legal compliance programs.