Lunch & Learn

Friday, May 22, 2020

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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COVID-19 Pademic and Recovery Employment Issues Presented by Denise M. Blommel. Esq.

COVID-19 has changed our lives forever.  There is no “return to normal.” The program will focus on the employment law changes during the Pandemic as will as explore some Post-Pandemic workplace issues we can expect.

Denise M. Blommel is an attorney in Scottsdale, Arizona. She represents employers and employees in employment and labor matters.  Denise is admitted to practice in the state of federal courts of Arizona and Nevada.  Her practice centers on the employer-employee relationship.  She has been in law practice since 1978.

Denise belongs to the State Bar of Arizona, State Bar of Nevada, Scottsdale Bar Association, American Bar Association and the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association. Denise served on the Board of Girl Scouts for 20 years – Arizona Cactus-Pine Council. She is a frequent presenter for government, business, educational and community groups. Denise also serves on the Advisory Board for the University of Arizona Honors College. She is of Council to the ASU Law Group, a teaching law firm.

Denise also is one of the authors of the State Bar of Arizona’s Arizona Employment Law Handbook (topics of legislation, occupational safety and health and worker’s compensation procedures.) She is co-author of a December 2013 article about the Affordable Care Act and two articles in the April 1994 and April 1998 Arizona Attorney about worker’s compensation, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family Medical Leave Act.  Denise has served as Chair of the Employment and Labor Law and Workers’ Compensation Law Sections of the Sate Bar of Arizona.  She was awarded the State Bar of Arizona’s Member of the Year for 1998-1999.  The Employment and Labor Law Section named her Member of the Year in 2014