Buckley Runs Benefits Boot Camp for DelMarVa Society of HR Management

June 18, 2019
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Jennifer Penberthy Buckley will run a Benefits Boot Camp on June 18 to discuss the basics of ERISA-covered group plans and mandatory benefits, such as FMLA and ADA-covered leave. The session will be hosted by the DelMarVa Society of Human Resources Management in Dover, Del. Attendees will understand how to avoid common pitfalls, get a refresher on current requirements, and learn about potential future developments.

Buckley’s practice focuses on employment counseling and litigation. She advises employers on adopting and implementing effective policies consistent with federal and state law; employee requests for leave and accommodation; avoiding and responding to discrimination claims; and more. Her employee benefits practice includes drafting and revising welfare benefit plans, deferred compensation and executive compensation plans, Section 125 or “cafeteria” plans, “wrap” documents, enforceable employment agreements, restrictive covenants, retention agreements, and separation agreements.

For more information, visit DelMarVa SHRM’s website.

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