JSH employment partner Gordon Lewis and associate attorney Ian Beck will speak on how the ongoing pandemic has impacted the employment law landscape at the Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA) Institute 2021 on October 26.

For the majority of 2020, COVID-19 created new regulations, new leave rights, and new requirements for employers to manage in their workplaces and with their staff. During their session, “Where Are We Now?: Employment Law in the Midst or Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic,” Gordon and Ian will discuss the challenges and pitfalls employers face as the pandemic wanes.

PRIMA Institute 2021
Sheraton Music City Nashville
Nashville, Tennessee
October 25-29, 2021

Educational programming includes five full days of themed tracks. PRIMA Institute is the premier educational program for new and seasoned public risk management professionals who seek to learn more about emerging trends, best practices, and current management techniques. Learn more and register at primacentral.org.

Gordon Lewis has more than 25 years of experience representing public and private employers in all manner of employment issues, policies, and practices. He defends employers against claims involving wrongful discharge, racial discrimination, sexual discrimination and harassment, age discrimination, disability discrimination, civil rights violations, Family and Medical Leave Act, Unfair Labor Practice charges, and wage and hour claims.

Ian Beck joined Jones, Skelton & Hochuli in 2019 and works in the firm’s government liability and employment group. Ian represents public and private employers on a broad range of employment issues, and has advised employers on ADA confidentiality, employee leave rights, and discrimination cases. Ian has defended employers on discrimination claims before the EEOC, and defended employers in claims filed in federal court.