Owning a vacation home can create complicated family estate and income tax issues. Planning for the transfer of the family cottage requires a series of thoughtful steps. The cottage can be any vacation home and, whether it's a ski chalet or condo, waterfront property or hunting land, all have financial and emotional ties to a family.
On Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Kotz Sangster employment law attorneys Heather Ptasznik and Matthew Derby will be featured presenters at a Sterling Educational Services Seminar. Entitled “Interplay of Employee Benefits: ADA, FMLA and Workers Compensation,” the presentation will take place at the Courtyard Marriott in Troy, Michigan from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Heather’s topic will cover “Defining Disability and Qualifying Medical Conditions,” and Matt will speak on “The Role of Handbooks, Policies, Training and Conducting Investigations/Fraudulent Claims.” Additional topics to be covered include an Overview of the ADA; Light Duty and Leave under the FMLA and ADA; Case Law and Legislative Updates; and Termination and Retaliation. SHRM and HR Certification Institute credit is available.
Who should attend? Human Resource Professionals, Business Owners, Managers, Supervisors, CIS Managers, Payroll Professionals, Compliance Officers, and Attorneys.
By mentioning either Heather Ptasznik’s or Matt Derby’s name when registering, a $50 discount will be applied to tuition. An additional discount will be applied if registering by February 28, 2017.
Further information about the conference and links to registration are available at: http://store.sterlingeducation.com/seminar/17MI04101-Interplay-of-Employee-Benefits-ADA-FMLA-and-Workers-Compensation-Troy-MI