Suspicious FMLA Leave Requests: Real Solutions to a Persistent Problem

Suspicious FMLA Leave Requests: Real Solutions to a Persistent Problem
September 30, 2008

James F. Kilcur and Christine Kenny, a Partner and Associate, respectively, in the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group, are on the faculty for this 90-minute national audio conference sponsored by M. Lee Smith Publishers.

The program will cover various facets of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), including recently implemented regulations to the act, signs of FMLA abuse, documentation strategies to prevent litigation and investigation techniques to determine suspicious requests.