Hanley Foundation, a leader in substance use disorder education, will host an insightful seminar for business leaders and human resource professionals entitled “When Lawful Drugs Come to Work,” on Thursday, October 26, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Riviera Beach Marina Village.
Jonathan A. Segal and Kevin E. Vance, Duane Morris attorneys and employment law public speakers, will focus their presentation on alcohol, medical marijuana and opiates in the workplace. The event is sponsored by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and the Duane Morris Institute.
“Hanley Foundation is pleased to host ‘When Lawful Drugs Come to Work’ given by highly-experienced employment counsel Jonathan A. Segal and Kevin E. Vance,” said Jan Cairnes, executive director for Hanley Foundation. “This thought-provoking presentation will tackle those hard-hitting questions employers face every day, including ‘If and when should employers ask employees if they are using prescribed opiates?’ Or, ‘Now that medical marijuana is lawful in Florida, what obligations does a Florida employer have, if any, to accommodate its use by employees?’ We hope you will join us on October 26 to hear the answers.”
Jonathan A. Segal is a partner at Duane Morris LLP in the Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group. He is also the managing principal of the Duane Morris Institute, which provides training for executives, managers, human resource professionals and in-house counsel at Duane Morris, at client sites and by way of webinar on myriad employment, labor, benefits and immigration matters. His practice focuses on preventive counseling, training and policy development, strategic planning, general counseling on compliance with federal, state and local employment laws, mergers and acquisitions, privileged audits, contracts/agreements and traditional labor. Segal is also frequently a featured speaker at national, state and local human resource, business and legal conferences.
Kevin E. Vance, partner at Duane Morris LLP, is board certified by the Florida Bar in labor and employment law. His practice focuses on labor and employment litigation and other types of business litigation. He represents businesses in a wide variety of litigation matters, some of which include matters alleging breach of contract, breach of non-compete covenants, wrongful termination and unpaid wages. He has experience representing companies engaged in the healthcare, transportation, manufacturing and hospitality industries. In addition, he counsels businesses on a wide variety of labor and employment matters, and drafts employee handbooks, employment agreements, releases, settlement agreements and opinion letters. Vance is also a frequent lecturer on labor and employment law topics.
Established more than 30 years ago by Mary Jane and Jack Hanley, Hanley Foundation is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to give hope to individuals, families and communities affected by substance use disorders. The Foundation provides programming and grant support throughout Florida for advocacy, prevention, education and access to quality addiction treatment. The organization’s prevention programming is available free of charge to schools, churches and community groups.
Attending “When Lawful Drugs Come to Work” will count towards Human Resources CEU credits. Tickets are $45 per person and include a continental breakfast, starting at 8:15 a.m. To purchase tickets or for more information, please reach Candy Sykes at 561-268-2358 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Advance reservations required.