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    WKHRMA Meeting - Employment Law Myth Busters

    Date: June 14, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Thirsty’s Banquet Room, 2704 Vine St., Hays
    $12 for Members - Guests Eat Free
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    Member Meeting Sponsors

    Thank you to the following sponsors for your generous donations. Your kindness helps us make our meetings successful.

    Meeting Sponsor: Enersys

    Door Prizes: FSHU College of Business & Entrepreneurship (MDC)


    Roundtable Topic

    Telework/Remote Workforce


    About the Presentation

    June's presentation is our Membership Drive, which means non-members are invited to attend this program FREE! Please extend this invitation to anyone you feel would appreciate attending and learning more about the wkHRma,

    Employment Law Attorney Jason Lacey will draw on his experience to sort out fact from fiction with respect to a variety of common legal issues and misconceptions that arise in the day-to-day flow of HR and employment matters, including issues related to hiring, termination, leaves of absence, payroll, and benefits. Which myths are true and which ones will be busted? Come find out for yourself! You can test your knowledge and bring along your own myths and mysteries. We’ll leave time for questions.Jason Lacey practices primarily in the areas of income taxation, ERISA, employee benefits, and executive compensation. He assists both taxable and tax-exempt employers with a wide variety of employee benefit and executive compensation issues, including design and administration of welfare benefit plans and qualified and nonqualified pension, retirement savings, and deferred compensation plans. He also represents clients with respect to the tax and business aspects of entity formation, tax-advantaged exchanges and reorganizations, and tax controversies, and has significant practice experience in the areas of estate administration, estate and gift taxation, and the federal tax aspects of municipal finance transactions. He has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America©, the Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers® Rising Star list, and Chambers USA as a leading business attorney in the United States. He was recognized by Best Lawyers® as the 2014 and 2017 Wichita Employee Benefits (ERISA) “Lawyer of the Year.” Learn more at