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Xavier Lightfoot | Ward and Smith, P.A.
As a member of Ward and Smith's Labor and Employment Practice Group, Xavier Lightfoot regularly advises employers on a wide range of labor and employment law issues, including personnel policies and handbooks, employment discrimination and harassment, employee discipline and termination, drug and alcohol testing, and various wage and hour matters. He has also conducted training presentations and webinars for employers on various COVID-19 employment topics such as workforce reduction, ADA compliance, emergency paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave requirements under the FFCRA, best practices and strategies for employers to return workers to the workplace, and preparation of liability waivers.
What's Next? Navigating Legal Concerns in an (Almost) Post-Pandemic Environment
Tuesday, May 4th | 10:00am – 11:00am
Presented by Xavier Lightfoot and Ken Gray
Our personal and professional worlds have been turned upside down in the last year and organizations are now encountering more pivotal moments as pandemic restrictions loosen. Join Ward and Smith employment law attorneys Xavier Lightfoot and Ken Gray as they address current legal concerns, including COVID-19 vaccination mandates, best safety practices, hybrid workspaces, and running safe community events.
Ken Gray | Ward and Smith, P.A.
Ken Gray leads Ward and Smith's Labor and Employment Practice Group. His practice experience encompasses various areas of employment-related litigation. He advises clients and litigates cases involving all forms of employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, and breach of employment contracts from small start-up companies to Fortune 500 corporations. Ken is a frequent lecturer on employment discrimination, workplace retaliation, workers' compensation, and wage and hour law issues.
Past Webinars In This Series
April 2, 10 am | Identifying Substance Use Issues and Mental Health Concerns in Case Management, taught by Marie Huggins
April 9, 10 am | Social Media 101: How to Build Your Community Outreach, Engagement and Referrals Digitally, taught by Mariah Handy
April 13, 10 am | Leading and Engaging Employees Who are Teleworking, taught by Dr Demond Spann
April 14, 10 am | Rebooting the Fearful Mind: Sharpening your Lead in Times of Coronavirus, taught by Teri Beckman
April 16, 10 am | Workplace Wellness Webinar, taught by Patrice Graham, MPA
April 17, 10 am | Working From Home? A Roadmap to Success!, taught by Malcolm J. Ratchford, M.S.
April 21, 10 am | ROMA Centered Program Evaluation: Improved Personal Accountability, taught by Shawn Howell
April 23, 10 am | Domestic Violence 101, taught by Sharice Potts
April 30, 10 am | Beyond the Buzzwords: The Daily Practice of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, taught by Alexa Broderick
May 21, 10 am | The Art of Creating Better Images, taught by Charlie Dickens
June 16, 10 am | Beyond Preparedness: Building Community Capacity for Hazards in 2020, taught by Dr. Sarah DeYoung
June 18, 10 am | Village HeartBEAT Model: Our Health, Our Priority, Our Community, Our Voice, taught by Cheryl Emanuel
June 25, 10 am | How to Host Virtual Conferences and Why You Should, taught by Krystina Dillard
August 28, 10 am | Your CAA and Legal Aid: Partnering for Success, taught by Isaac Sturgill
October 22, 10 am | 20 Questions for 2020, taught by David Bradley
November 17, 10 am | Innovation in Housing Solutions: Spotlight on Mountain Projects, taught by Patsy Davis