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Key Implications of 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 2020

Product ID: CA3062D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Wisconsin’s pandemic relief package

On April 15, 2020, the Wisconsin Senate unanimously approved COVID-19 legislation in response to the federal CARES Act passed in March. Signed into law hours later by Governor Evers, the 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 went into effect on April 17. Act 185 makes temporary changes to Wisconsin’s unemployment, worker’s compensation, and personnel records statutes, as well as sets forth changes to health insurance, tax, liability and licensing laws related to COVID-19.

In Key Implications of 2019 Wisconsin Act 185, presenters will cover some of the highlights of Act 185. Split into four segments, you’ll discuss four practice areas that have been affected by the relief package, including:

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Wisconsin’s pandemic relief package

On April 15, 2020, the Wisconsin Senate unanimously approved COVID-19 legislation in response to the federal CARES Act passed in March. Signed into law hours later by Governor Evers, the 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 went into effect on April 17. Act 185 makes temporary changes to Wisconsin’s unemployment, worker’s compensation, and personnel records statutes, as well as sets forth changes to health insurance, tax, liability and licensing laws related to COVID-19.

In Key Implications of 2019 Wisconsin Act 185, presenters will cover some of the highlights of Act 185. Split into four segments, you’ll discuss four practice areas that have been affected by the relief package, including:

Joseph P. Danas, Jr. is a partner with Borgelt, Powell, Peterson & Frauen S.C., where he focuses his practice in worker’s compensation, administrative and regulatory agency disputes, appellate practice, and employment relationships and disputes. Joe is admitted to practice in all Wisconsin State Courts and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He holds a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and a J.D. from Valparaiso University.

Jessica Liebau is a partner at Wessels & Liebau LLC., where she focuses primarily in the areas of elder law, special needs planning, estate planning, guardianship, guardian-ad-litem (GAL), and estate and trust administration. She is a trained elder law mediator, as well as an experienced litigator in the areas of guardianship, adult-at-risk restraining orders, elder abuse cases, and trusts and probate matters. She graduated cum laude from Marquette University Law School and summa cum laude from St. Norbert College.

Rebecca Salawdeh is a solo practice attorney at Salawdeh Law Office, LLC in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Rebecca practices in the representation of employees in employment disputes. She has successfully represented employees in federal court, federal employees before the EEOC, and complainants in state administrative hearings. Rebecca is admitted to practice before the State of Wisconsin Supreme Court, in the U.S. Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin, and the Seventh Circuit. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Master of Science – Industrial Relations, and a J.D. all from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Rob Teuber is a shareholder at vonBriesen & Roper, where he focuses his practice on tax disputes and controversies for clients nationally, regionally and locally. From a national perspective, Rob assists in resolving IRS tax audits, Tax Court litigation, personal liability assessments, tax collection matters, and Offers in Compromise and foreign financial account disclosures. From a state and local perspective, he works with clients to address sales, employment, income and property tax controversies.

  • Understand how the new legislative changes impact your practice
  • Hear skillful analysis from a variety of practice area leaders
  • Discuss where things may be headed during the COVID-19 crisis
  • General practitioners
  • Public interest lawyers
  • Tax attorneys
  • Labor/employment lawyers
  • Worker’s compensation practitioners
  • Elder law attorneys
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