Rebound Strategies: Legal Approaches to Health Club Reopening [WEBINAR]
Attorney Adam Sloustcher returns to discuss new legal considerations and answer your questions as clubs reopen. Sponsored by Club Automation + CSI Spectrum.
Sponsored by Club Automation + CSI Spectrum
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Fisher & Phillips
Be advised that the webinar "Rebound Strategies: Legal Approaches to Health Club Reopening" was originally hosted as a live session on May 21, 2020. While still informative, the legal information provided in the session will continue to evolve. It is advised that individuals seeking current legal advice should seek an attorney who is confident in this area of the law.
Presented by Adam Sloustcher, Attorney, Fisher & Phillips
With all of the new safety procedures and protocols, you likely have questions related to health clubs reopening. Many clubs will need to rebuild their workforce, with new safety requirements and job responsibilities in place.
In this webinar, Adam Sloustcher, an attorney from Fisher & Phillips, will review the legal considerations and practical thinking that will need to take place as businesses plan for reopening. Sloustcher will review his recommended roadmap to reopening and will take attendee questions during the session.
- Review key items that need to be addressed prior to reopening
- Learn about waivers or new forms to consider for your club staff
- Evaluate your current club staffing and identify new areas of improvement
- Discuss some of the newest developments related to leave and safety laws
Adam Sloustcher is an associate in Fisher & Phillips’ San Diego, CA, office. He represents local, regional, and national employers in a broad range of employment disputes, including employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination matters. Sloustcher also represents employers in both individual and class-action lawsuits involving alleged violations of wage and hour laws, as well as claims brought under California's Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). He has experience litigating matters in state and federal courts, state administrative tribunals, and in arbitration. Sloustcher also assists employers with investigations of alleged harassment, discrimination and other misconduct in the workplace and provides day-to-day preventative advice regarding hiring, discipline and termination practices, leaves of absences, the interactive process and reasonable accommodations, and preparation of employment handbook and personnel policies. His clients include businesses and organizations of all sizes and in many industries, including restaurants, sports, manufacturing, marketing and financial companies, car dealerships, and hospitals.
Sloustcher regularly conducts management training and lectures on employment issues. He teaches classes about FMLA/CFRA and wage & hour issues for in-house counsel, human resources professionals, and other management personnel and is a guest lecturer for an employment law course at San Diego State University.