RI Breakfast - Labor & Employment Roundtable
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Join our expert panelists from Hinckley Allen who will lead a discussion about the changing landscape and latest legislation changes affecting Rhode Island Businesses and Individuals. Bring your questions for our panelists. Registration Fee: Full-Service Members $30 (a $10 price drop from last year), Basic Members: $40, Non-Members: $60

When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
7:30 AM
Where: Tech Collective
188 Valley Street
Providence, Rhode Island  02909
United States
Contact: Sophia Kambanis
781.890.9070 ext. 221

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Our panelists will be:

Christina Lewis, the Vice Chair of the Hinckley Allen Litigation Practice Group, as well as Practice Group Leader for the firm’s Labor & Employment Group. Christina represents employers in practically all facets of their relationships with employees – and has a particularly strong background in employment litigation. Christina has significant hands-on experience with many of the most difficult issues facing employers today – including class action wage and hour cases, non-compete/non-solicitation and trade secret litigation, FMLA and ADA, unfair labor practices, and affirmative action, among others.

Tom Pagliarini, Associate in Hinckley Allen’s Litigation group, where he focuses his practice on Labor & Employment. Tom has experience representing clients in a wide variety of employment matters, including discrimination, whistleblower and retaliation, wage and hour/prevailing wage, trade secret and restrictive covenant, dual employer and independent contractor, governmental/regulatory investigations, and employee benefits issues.  Tom was also a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Gilbert V. Indeglia of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

Prior to entering law school, Tom gained experience in the human resources department of the global energy management company, Schneider Electric, as well as the pharmacy and health care company CVS Health.

They will be discussing a variety of interesting issues, including: 

  • Internal Investigations in the #MeToo era
  • Common Mistakes under State and Federal Wage and Hour Law
  • Updates in Rhode Island Employment Law
  • Roundtable discussion on evolving issues in discrimination law: LGBTQ+, Pay Equity, Public Accommodations in the Workplace, and more.