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<i>Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health</i>: Key Considerations for Employers <i>Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health</i>: Key Considerations for Employers

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health: Key Considerations for Employers

On June 24, 2022, the United State Supreme Court upheld the state of Mississippi’s restrictions on abortion in its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, effectively overturning Roe v. Wade and ending the federal constitutional right to abortion. The Dobbs decision, and the subsequent state legislation enacted in its aftermath, will have extensive social, legal, and regulatory implications for employers as they attempt to remain compliant with new—and sometimes competing or contradictory—state laws and regulations. 

You are invited to join Ice Miller attorneys Christopher Sears, Tami Earnhart, and Tara Schulstad Sciscoe for a webinar presentation outlining the key considerations that employers need to be aware of when navigating these issues in the workplace, and an overview of the current environment for abortion related state legislation.

Topics covered during the webinar will include the following:
  • Management of employee reactions/concerns and employee communications
  • Legal Issues under Title VII and the NLRA
  • Considerations for covering abortions in employer health plans
  • Paying employees’ travel expenses for abortions – methods and risks
This program is pending approval for 1.0 hour of:
  • Indiana Distance Education (DE) CLE
  • Illinois MCLE Credits
  • Ohio MCLE Credits
  • PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP
Click here to register for this webinar.

Please Note: At this time, our webinars are unable to exceed 1,000 participants. Attendance will be on a first-come, first-serve basis at the time of the event. A recording and the slides will be distributed to all registrants on the following business day.
Tuesday, August 23, 2022
12:00 PM
Virtual via WebEx Events

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