Susan Gross Sholinsky, Member of the Firm, and Amanda Gomez, Associate, will present the webinar "Managing LGBTQ Issues in the Workplace: Legal Obligations and Best Practices" for Lawline. Learning objectives for attendees will include:

  1. Gain an update on the ever-evolving state of LGBTQ law, including the split among the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the state of the states (and cities), various agencies’ guidance on LGBTQ rights in the workplace, and how LGBTQ laws affect a range of workplace policies, including health and other benefits, and leaves of absence
  2. Develop best practices for your company and employees
  3. Design appropriate plans for transitioning employees, including designating a point of contact and coordinating other support, creating a transition timeline, understanding when leaves of absence for medical procedures may be required or appropriate, handling communications with co-workers and clients, addressing bathroom and locker room access, and mandating proper pronoun usage and gender-neutral dress codes

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