Constangy partner Kim Seten will present at the ACC Mid-America Chapter CLE on April 12 at 12 p.m. at Pierpont’s at Union Station in Kansas City, MO.
The presentation, “Accommodations Run Amok: The Latest on ADA Accommodations,” will provide an update on the law of accommodations, best practices for the interactive process, and discuss common issues employers face while navigating providing accommodations.
Kim, a managing partner with Constangy, focuses her practice on helping employers proactively address workplace manners. Kim believes that the best way to minimize litigation in the workplace is to address issues before they become problems and helps her clients achieve this through assisting in the development of workplace policies, investigation procedures and training materials, preparing employee handbooks and procedure manuals, conducting training for management, supervisors, and employees on workplace conduct, and advising on problem employees. When litigation arises, however, Kim represents clients before federal and state agencies as well as in the state and federal courts of Missouri and Kansas. Kim also works with employers to develop strategies for addressing union issues, including running union avoidance campaigns, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and administering labor contracts. She represents clients in arbitrations of union grievances and in litigation before the National Labor Relations Board.
For more information and the register for the event, click here.