COVID-19 UPDATE: TELEMEDICINE VISITS COUNT AS VISITS FOR FMLA THROUGH END OF YEAR

Pursuant to an update to the DOL’s Q&A regarding COVID and the FMLA, telemedicine visits will be deemed to be in-person visits and electronic signatures will amount to signatures for purposes of establishing a serious health condition under the FMLA so long as: the telemedicine visit includes an examination, evaluation, or treatment by a health […]

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES

During this period of rapidly-evolving information, it is important for businesses, organizations, and employers to stay up to date. Baylor Evnen will continue to provide updates on changing legislation, regulations, administrative guidance, and governmental mandates as a service to our clients.  We have compiled a list of coronavirus resources you may find helpful, which is […]

UPDATED FMLA FORMS: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ISSUES NEW FMLA FORMS

The U.S. Department of Labor recently issued revised its FMLA certification forms to make them easier to understand for employers, providers, and employees. Find the updated forms here. Christopher M. Schmidt Kate Q. Martz Susan M. Foster Torrey J. Gerdes Baylor Evnen, LLP Wells Fargo Center | 1248 O St., Ste. 600 | Lincoln, NE 68508 […]

COVID-19 UPDATE: MASKS (AND MORE) REQUIRED UNDER NEW LINCOLN/LANCASTER DIRECTED HEALTH MEASURE

A new Directed Health Measure for Lincoln and Lancaster County goes into effect today. Among other things, it requires masks in places open to the general public (subject to some exceptions). Read the new DHM here. Christopher M. Schmidt Kate Q. Martz Susan M. Foster Torrey J. Gerdes Baylor Evnen, LLP Wells Fargo Center | […]

BAYLOR EVNEN’S EFFORTS BEFORE NEBRASKA SUPREME COURT RESULTS IN VICTORY FOR ALL NEBRASKA EMPLOYERS

On behalf of various clients and Nebraskans for Workers’ Compensation Equity and Fairness (“NWCEF”), Baylor Evnen prepared and filed an amicus brief, or “friend of the court” brief, in the Nebraska Supreme Court, in a case involving an issue of great importance to Nebraska employers. The Supreme Court recently released its decision in Picard vs. […]
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