Tueth Keeney is proud to announce the addition of Mandi D. Moutray as a Shareholder as of January 1, 2023. Mandi joined Tueth Keeney in 2017. We are also pleased that Mandi’s promotion brings the partnership total at Tueth Keeney, a Women Owned Business Enterprise, to twelve ““ ten of whom are women. Mandi D. Moutray practices in the areas of education, litigation, and labor and employment law. She regularly advises boards of education and administrators on matters involving employeeread more
by Mandi Moutray On May 28, 2021, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (“EEOC”) updated and expanded its guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, and specifically addressed questions relating to COVID-19 vaccinations. The full guidance can be found in the EEOC publication, What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws. The updated guidance confirms that federal EEO laws do not prohibit employers from mandating vaccination for all employees physically entering theread more
Join Tueth Keeney attorneys on February 17th for the SHRM 2021 Virtual Legal Update. Melanie Keeney and Mandi Moutray will discuss Critical Policy and Handbook Updates, Christine Self will discuss updates for Illinois employers, and Jenna Lakamp will discuss practical considerations for medical marijuana. Click here to learn more and to register for the virtual legal update!
Melanie Gurley Keeney practices in the areas of employment, immigration andread more
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Coronavirus Pandemic Planning: Holding Legally Compliant Board Meetings During this Time of Uncertainty
Below, we are listing answers or guidance we are providing in response to questions we have received relating to holding board meetings during this time of uncertainty. As time progresses, we will continue to provide updates or amended guidance, where necessary.
Can we hold a meeting without having anyone physically attend the meeting? Yes. However, the manner inread more
Tueth Keeney partnered with the Association of Corporate Counsel ““ St. Louis on November 22, 2019 for its annual CLE luncheon. This year’s presentation was titled: “What’s New and on the Horizon in Employment Law.” The presentation was well attended and covered a variety of topics in employment law. Margaret Hesse and Jim Layton presented on recent Missouri Supreme Court arguments on the Missouri Human Rights Actread more