Jason D. Boren

Please join us for an in-depth half day program focused on core issues and developments in labor and employment law and health and welfare with the greatest impact on Utah employers. Topics and panelists to be announced.

For those who can join us in person, a continental breakfast and lunch will be provided, with opportunities

On June 30, the Third Circuit ruled that Allegheny Port Authority’s (Port Authority) policy prohibiting political and social adornments on employee uniforms is likely unconstitutional.

In April 2020, Port Authority began requiring its uniformed employees to wear masks at work. When some employees wore masks bearing political or social-protest messages, Port Authority prohibited such masks

In the recent decision in Hexcel Corp. v. Lab Commission, the Utah Court of Appeals affirmed a decision by the Utah Labor Commission that Hexcel was liable for discrimination and/or retaliation when it fired an employee because of his disability and related request for accommodation.

Michael Pickard had worked as a maintenance electrician. He