Events

Expanding Your Toolkit for Compliance and Regulatory Issues

Events / Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016
8:30 a.m. - Noon EDT

The Fawcett Center
2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH 43210

The Employees You Didn’t Know Were Yours: Independent contractor misclassification and joint employment

  • Matthew Roberts, Partner, BakerHostetler

“Behind the Scenes” Compliance with U.S. Immigration Regulations and Shadow Rules

  • Matthew Hoyt, Partner, BakerHostetler

Ohio’s State Procurement Process: The inside view of the complex process for an organization to become a vendor, supplier or service provider to the State of Ohio, including RFPs, RFIs and meeting various procedural demands

  • Stephanie Loucka, Director, Ohio Department on Aging; formerly Chief of Staff, Department of Administrative Services; and formerly Chief of Human Resources, Department on Aging and Department of Administrative Services
  • Kelly Sanders, Chief Procurement Officer, Ohio Department of Administrative Services

Corporate Compliance, Ethics and Crisis Management:  A panel discussion of considerations for a compliance and ethics program, organizational similarities and differences, and how to effectively lead through a crisis

  • Julie Rutter, Senior Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, American Electric Power
  • David Faure, Director of Litigation, Employment Law and Regulatory Law, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company
  • Jai Chabria, formerly Senior Advisor to Gov. John Kasich and currently Managing Director of the Ohio office of Mercury, a global bipartisan public strategy firm.

CLE pending for the following states: OH, CA, CO, NJ and NY. This activity has been approved for 3.5 credit hour toward HRCI recertification and 3.5 PDC toward SHRM recertification.

Registration:

The cost of the program is $15/ACC members and $30/non-members. Registration and payment can be made on-line. For questions contact Chapter Administrator, Nancy Waterhouse, at 614.228.4716.

For questions, call Wendy Byrne at 614.462.5131.

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Event Details

DATE

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016

TIME

8:30 – 9 a.m. - Registration and breakfast

9 a.m. – Noon - CLE program

VENUE

The Fawcett Center
2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH 43210

 

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