Tony Renning and Chad Wade, attorneys with Renning, Lewis and Lacy. They will provide an overview of the changing legal landscape to the Oshkosh Area SHRM Chapter at the December chapter meeting.
Tony and Chad will share their insights into state and federal legal developments from the past year -- including a review of the most significant labor and employment law related decisions (both from the courts and administrative agencies) as well as their impact on Human Resource professionals.
Tony and Chad will also provide an overview of anticipated decisions from the courts and administrative agencies and provide insights on how the 2024 election results may impact legislative and administrative priorities.
Questions from attendees are encouraged.
7:30am-8:00am - Networking and Continental Breakfast
8:00am-8:10am - Announcements
8:10am-10:00am - State and Federal labor law update provided by Tony Renning and Chad Wade.
Meet our Speakers:
Tony Renning provides advice and counsel to employers and municipalities, including school districts, about their rights and obligations under federal and state laws and regulations. He advises on all aspects of labor and employment compliance, including wage and hour, leaves of absence, discrimination, harassment, reductions in force, work force management, employment policies and handbooks as well as other employment-related matters. Tony also has experience with labor negotiations, union certification and decertification campaigns, unfair labor practice litigation and contract administration, including grievance arbitration. He regularly represents clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development and Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission. In addition, he conducts employment-related training for management. His primary client base includes private (various industries) and public (counties, cities and school districts) employers of all sizes.
Chad Wade provides counsel in a variety of labor and employment matters, including legal compliance and defense of employers under the FLSA, FMLA, NLRA, and employment discrimination laws. He also has experience drafting and implementing a wide range of employment policies from his time as in-house counsel for a Wisconsin municipality.
Chad’s primary client base consists of private employers, public school districts, and Wisconsin municipalities.