- Risk Management & Compliance
November 1, 2022
12 pm - 1 pm ET
State and federal law provide more than a dozen types of protected leaves, including family and medical leave, sick leave and pregnancy disability leave – and employee relations professionals face the daunting task of keeping up with the ever changing employment laws on all levels.
Join Wilentz Shareholders and Employment Law team Co-Chairs, Maureen Binetti, and Tracy Armstrong, on November 1, to interpret leave laws and the entanglements between them. Maureen and Tracy will provide an overview and examine the importance of:
Maureen Binetti, Shareholder, Employment Law, Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A.
Maureen is nationally recognized as a leading employment lawyer, with a long history of success as a trial lawyer. Her areas of focus include litigation, arbitration, negotiation, mediation and investigation of employment law disputes, as well as employment advice to both employees and employers. She also handles public accommodation discrimination cases. Ms. Binetti has extensive experience managing both sides of employment disputes and has successfully meditated more than 850 employment law claims over the past 17 years, many at an early stage, helping employees and companies mitigate risk and avoid costly trials.
Tracy Armstrong, Shareholder, Employment Law, Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A.
Tracy has over 25 years’ experience representing employers across industry sectors in all aspects of federal and state labor and employment law. Ms. Armstrong defends employers against claims and helps businesses of all sizes in New Jersey, and elsewhere, to proactively and appropriately address employment law concerns. She has experience and particular proficiency in the following: employee handbooks, anti-harassment and EEO policies, employment contracts, non-compete agreements and restrictive covenants and confidentiality agreements. As a former Executive Director, she has first-hand experience of the administrative issues that many of her clients face in their day-to-day operations as well as in their most sensitive employment matters.