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COVID-19 will be declared a pandemic. Business operations will be disrupted. With a 3.4% mortality rate, employers need to take aggressive measures to protect their employees' safety and well-being.
Ms. Grossenbacher is a partner in Seyfarth Shaw’s Washington, D.C. office and is Chair of the Washington, D.C. Labor & Employment practice. Ms. Grossenbacher also heads the the firm’s National Workplace Privacy team and co-chairs the firm’s Biometric Privacy Compliance and Litigation practice. In addition, Ms. Grossenbacher serves on the steering committee of the firm’s Global Privacy and Security team.
Adam Young is a senior associate at Seyfarth Shaw LLP and counsels employers throughout the United States on a myriad of labor and employment law issues. Adam concentrates his practice on the area of workplace safety: the defense of OSHA inspections and citations, whistleblower litigation, and workplace safety counseling. Adam is an accomplished trial lawyer and has successfully tried OSHA and employment matters before federal and state courts.
His trial work before Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC) judges has resulted in the vacating of OSHA citations and the creation of favorable case law for employers. He has also represented clients successfully at mediation's and arbitration's. Adam received a B.A. magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. magna cum laude from Washington University.
Jonathan Edelheit is Chairman & Co-founder of the Corporate Health & Wellness Association (CHWA), and Global Healthcare Resources (GHR). Global Healthcare Resources reaches over 2 million executives and professionals through the association’s portfolio of companies and its network. As Chairman, Mr. Edelheit spends much of his time collaborating with C-suite executives of health insurance companies, employers/corporations, brokers, hospitals and numerous governments both domestically and internationally on the adoption of innovation and disruption to produce outlier organizations.