2017 AHC/NCAL Annual Convention & Expo

Employment Law Trends - What Does It Mean for LTC Providers

Tuesday, October 17
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: Breakers G-I
CE: Nurses: 0.0 | NAB: 1.5

Experienced labor attorney Thomas Keim will discuss wage/hour, equal employment opportunity, and other trends. These trends all point to increased costs through significant increases in employee wages and compliance with governmental oversight requirements. Find out what it means for you.

Thomas H. Keim

FordHarrison LLP
University of South Carolina

Tom Keim has practiced exclusively in the areas of management labor and employment law since 1987.

He represents clients in federal and state courts in many jurisdictions throughout the United States. His experience ranges from the representation of clients in employment litigation to union campaigns, strikes, and other employment-related matters. He also advises clients on the full spectrum of workplace issues. Tom is a South Carolina Supreme Court Certified Specialist in Employment and Labor Law.

Tom is a former member of the Employment and Labor Law Specialty Advisory Board. Tom is also a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. He has served as a member of the American Health Care Association's Workforce Subcommittee.

Recent Experience
•Prepared comprehensive union avoidance action plan for Skilled Nursing Facility Employers.
•Prepared and implemented comprehensive union avoidance action plan for hospitality client for locations in California, Washington, DC Metro area and NYC.
•Successfully represented large soft drink bottler in race and sex discrimination case (summary judgment).

Honors and Awards
•The Best Lawyers in America – Labor Law, Employment Law and Litigation - Labor and Employment
•Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business
•"South Carolina Super Lawyers" and "Super Lawyers – Corporate Counsel Edition" by Super Lawyers magazine
•AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell


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