What do forgetfulness, menstrual cramps and temper tantrums have in common? They are all symptoms of new mental health disorders recognized in the latest version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), a handbook widely used by health care professionals to assess and diagnose mental disorders.
Join us in our Miami office on October 21st beginning at 8 am for the second session in our Labor & Employment breakfast series, “New Mental Disorders Could Lead To Spike in ADA Claims,” presented by Labor & Employment Shareholder Lisa K. Berg.
Lisa will discuss the challenges employers face with the obligation of assessing these new mental disorders and determining whether they constitute a mental disability under the ADA for the particular employee.
Attend in-person session & receive a free 2014 Florida Employment Law Manual! ($115 value)
Lisa K. Berg helps clients try to avoid litigation through day-to-day counseling, on-site training, investigations, audits, contract drafting, and development of effective human resources policies and procedures. She also maintains a traditional labor practice in which she represents employers before the NLRB and handles collective bargaining, grievance arbitration, strike planning, and union avoidance.
A frequent presenter on a variety of labor and employment law issues, Lisa has spoken at seminars sponsored by the ABA, EEOC, BLR, and various other organizations. Lisa is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in labor & employment law.
The Labor & Employment Breakfast Series:
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: If you were unable to attend the annual seminar in May or attended but need a quick refresher, a few of the most popular sessions from Stearns Weaver Miller’s 24th Annual Labor & Employment Law Seminar are back for encore presentations at our Miami office.
Offered in-person and via webinar, the series is designed for Human Resource Professionals, General Counsel and Senior Executives and will cover the latest news related to labor & employment law.
Save the date for the next upcoming session:
November 19, 2014: “Affordable Care Act” presented by Sharon Quinn Dixon
We hope to see you there!