August Professional Development & Lunch and Learn
Wednesday, August 22nd, Professional Development 8 am – 11:30 am; Lunch & Learn 11:30 – 1 pm
Schedule of Events:
- 8 am – Registration and Breakfast
- 8:30 – 9:30 am- Update on ADA Laws, Cindy Effinger (McBrayer)
- 9:30 – 10:30 am – How to Handle Yourself During a Deposition, John Sheller with Stoll Keenon Ogden
- 10:30 – 11:30 am – Social Media and the Workplace (Dealing with employee issues in the workplace related to social media), Jessica Stigall with Sturgill Turner
**August’s Professional Development session has been submitted for 2 HRCI credits and 2 professional development credits through SHRM
Lunch and Learn
- 11:30 am – Registration (for those only attending lunch session) and lunch
- 12:00 – 1 pm- Pay Audits, Corey Asay and Allison Goico with Dinsmore
August’s Lunch & Learn has been submitted for one HRCI credit & one professional development credit through SHRM.**
Pay disparity has become a focal point for the #TimesUp movement and the Department of Labor is increasing its enforcement of the Equal Pay Act. Employers should expect an increased number of audits. Allison Goico and Corey Asay of Dinsmore & Shohl will get you up to speed on Equal Pay and explain what to expect going forward. Additionally, they will provide an update on the FLSA, including an overview of the Department of Labor’s new PAID audit program and an explanation of the risks and benefits of self-reporting wage and hour violations.
Register here. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 15th.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION:
- BCA Current Members – No cost to attend
- BCA Guests – $50 per Professional Development session
- Student Guests – $25 per Professional Development session
LUNCH & LEARN SESSION:
- BCA Current Members – No cost to attend
BCA Guests – $20 per Lunch & Learn
- Student Guests – $10 per Lunch & Learn
Location: Rector Hayden Realtors Office
1099 Duval Street, Suite 250
Lexington, KY 40515
Lunch & Learn
Allison Goico – Allison’s practice focuses on litigation and counseling with an emphasis on management-side (both private and public employers) employment discrimination, wage and hour, non-competes, and leave laws. She regularly appears before both state and federal courts as well as administrative agencies and has experience with arbitrations under collective bargaining agreements. Allison defends employers against charges filed with the EEOC and state and local fair employment agencies, and has experience defending cases brought by the EEOC as a litigant. In addition, she regularly counsels employers on personnel matters arising under the ADEA, FMLA, and other state and federal employment laws. Allison has successfully defended class and collective actions in the WARN Act and wage and hour contexts.
Prior to joining the firm, Allison practiced in the Chicago office of Franczek Radelet, P.C. Earlier in her career, she practiced in the Chicago office of Sidley Austin LLP.
Corey Asay – Corey works with clients across a broad range of industries and regularly litigates and counsels clients on a wide range of employment issues, including matters arising under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act and the National Labor Relations Act. He also has extensive experience representing clients in cases involving non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, as well as the misappropriation of trade secrets. Corey frequently appears before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and state and federal courts throughout the country. He has also represented clients before the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and the National Labor Relations Board.
Understanding the importance for employers to proactively mitigate risk, he teams with clients to conduct training programs and draft employee policies and procedures to ensure compliance. He regularly provides advice and counsel to employers on personnel policies, employee discipline, and harassment investigations.
Prior to joining Dinsmore, Corey served as a judicial law clerk to U.S. District Court Judge Jack Zouhary and U.S. Magistrate Judge James R. Knepp, II. In addition to participating in various trial matters at the district court, as a law clerk he gained valuable experience at the appellate level during sittings on the Ninth Circuit and the Sixth Circuit. Prior to his clerkships, Corey was a member of the litigation department at a firm in Evansville, Indiana, where he handled all phases of litigation. During law school, he served as a judicial extern to U.S. District Court Judge Gregory L. Frost.