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K&L Gates Triage: A Discussion of Labor and Employment Issues in the Health Care Industry

Date: 28 February 2019

In this episode, Richard Church and Spencer Hamer discuss key takeaways for the health care industry upon certain developments in labor and employment law over the past year. Specifically, this episode provides an overview of recent developments that are particularly important to health care employers, including issues surrounding employee resistance to vaccination requirements, workplace violence, employee use of marijuana, and anti-harassment laws inspired by the #MeToo movement.

In addition to this episode, K&L Gates’ Employment Law in the Health Care Industry 2018 Year in Review can be found here.

About Triage
Triage: Rapid Legal Lessons for Busy Health Care Professionals has been created by K&L Gates to convey information about developments in health law through short podcasts.

If you work in the health care industry, you have grown accustomed to frequent changes in laws and regulations. On some days, it may seem like an insurmountable task to keep up with every change, especially as a new presidential administration and new policies take shape.

The K&L Gates Health Care Practice will regularly create Triage podcasts to help you learn about the latest developments in health law. Our lawyers will identify the most important changes and analyze the impact of these changes on our clients.

Catch-up on past episodes by visiting our Triage program page.

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