What is the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act? When does this law apply? Who must comply with it? Are there penalties for noncompliance? And how could this law impact your clients or your own law practice?
We invite you to join expert employment law attorneys Sarah Kuehnel and Amy Howard, of Ogletree Deakins, as they answer these USERRA questions and more during MSJDN’s March 2019 webinar.
This event will kick off at 11:00 AM (PST) on Friday, March 29th. Register HERE.
Sarah Kuehnel is a shareholder based out of the Tampa and St. Louis offices, who has devoted her entire career to providing litigation and counseling services to employers. She is admitted to practice in Florida, Illinois, and Missouri and is a fellow MSJDNer! Sarah represents employers before administrative agencies in agency proceedings, investigations, and audits, as well as in state and federal trial and appellate courts. She has successfully defended employers in litigation and government investigations involving many types of state and federal law claims.
Amy Howard is an associate in the Las Vegas office, where she defends employers in state and federal courts in all aspects of employment-related litigation. Amy graduated cum laude from William S. Boyd School of Law, where she was Vice President of the Society of Advocates Moot Court Team and competed in multiple nation-wide moot court competitions. Prior to law school, Amy received a master’s degree in higher education from Grand Valley State University and worked at multiple universities where she specialized in risk management education and leadership development. Before joining Ogletree Deakins, Amy was an associate at a national civil litigation firm where her practice focused on general liability, premises liability, tort, personal injury, and construction defect claims.