Phillips Murrah presents COVID-related employment law update for Petroleum Alliance

On the morning of April 22, Phillips Murrah Director Kathryn D. Terry presented an in-depth labor and employment videoconference about changes to employment rules resulting from new COVID-19-related federal legislation.

Chairman David Le Norman hosted the broadcast, and Phillips Murrah Director Elizabeth K. Brown, who is also a PAO Director, helped kick off the presentation. This was the forth episode of the The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma’s Morning Fuel webinar series.

Topics covered in this presentation

The topics include three new major components of recent changes, which include Emergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) and Expanded Medical Family Leave (EFMLA) as related to the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

Important subtopics that Kathy discusses in this video include:

  • What are EPSL qualifiers?
  • What are EPSL benefits?
  • How should EPSL and EFMLA be documented?
  • How is EFMLA different from FMLA?
  • Other miscellaneous issues and FAQs

To watch, click on the video presentation below:


Kathryn Terry portrait

Kathy Terry is a litigator who practices in the areas of insurance coverage, labor and employment law and civil rights defense. She also represents corporations in complex litigation matters.

For more information on this presentation and its impact on your business, please call or email me:

Kathryn D. Terry
DIRECTOR
405.552.2452
kdterry@phillipsmurrah.com

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