During this information-packed webinar Lisa Burton of Ogletree Deakins will discuss policies and obligations for accommodating animals at work. You’ll also get the answers to such critical questions as:
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- What are your obligations with regard to comfort animals?
- What potential penalties will you face for violating the ADA and other service animal-related laws?
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Lisa S. Burton
Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins
Lisa Stephanian Burton is a shareholder in the Boston office of Ogletree Deakins. She defends employers in litigation and counsels on labor and employment issues that include wage and hour, discrimination, leaves of absence, and other US state and federal laws and regulations. Lisa also advises employers on business immigration matters.
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