Auto Care Association webinar: Understanding COVID-19 Employee Leave Requirements and Unemployment Expansion

Presenters will include: Ryan E. Dunn, Partner, Dentons; Sarah Laren, Managing Associate, Dentons; and Kimberly J. O'Donnell, Partner, Dentons.

Join the Auto Care Association this Thursday, April 2, from 2-3 p.m. EDT for a webinar on understanding COVID-19 employee leave requirements and unemployment expansion.

Presenters will include: Ryan E. Dunn, Partner, Dentons; Sarah Laren, Managing Associate, Dentons; and Kimberly J. O’Donnell, Partner, Dentons.

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Ryan E. Dunn has extensive experience in international tax planning for both businesses and individuals. He also provides domestic tax advice to partnerships, corporations, S corporations and their respective owners on various business transactions, including formations, mergers, acquisitions, internal restructurings and divestitures. He has been quoted on international tax issues in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Tax Notes Today, and other media outlets. 

Sarah Laren is a Managing Associate in the Litigation department and Labor & Employment Practice group. She has advised clients on a variety of labor and employment issues, including leave and accommodation processes, compliance with wage and hour laws, and arbitration agreements. She has also represented clients in administrative proceedings and defended them in state and federal courts. 

Kimberly J. O’Donnell is a partner in the Firm’s Employment and Labor practice group where she advises and represents clients in matters involving a broad range of employment issues. She focuses her practice in employment litigation, where she represents employers in litigation before state and federal courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other bodies. 

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