EPCBA’s First CLE Webinar! This First One is FREE!

 COVID-19: What Employers Should Know

March 25th 12 – 1PM

CLE: 1 General (pending)

Moderator: Glenn H. Schlabs

Presenters:  Ian Kalmanowitz, Gary Kramer, and Michael Kuhn

Topics will include:

  • The businesses impacted by Colorado’s “state of emergency”
  • The Colorado Health Emergency Leave with Pay (“Colorado HELP”) Rules issued by the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
  • Unemployment insurance benefits that are available to employees of businesses impacted by COVID-19
  • New federal legislation to address COVID-19 issues: H.R.6201- “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” and S._____- “Providing Americans Insured Days of Leave Act of 2020” (the Senate Bill doesn’t have a number yet) [I expect that by Wednesday some form of this legislation will have passed, or the crowds will be storming the Bastille]
  • Coronavirus, employees, and the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and medical privacy issues.

This webinar will be hosted on Zoom and a link will be sent out prior to the webinar. Attendees can use the chat function to ask questions during the presentation or ask questions live during Q&A. It’s free to download.

Article: “What Employers Need to Know About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) By Elizabeth Chilcoat and Pat Miller of Sherman & Howard


4th Judicial District Magistrate Opening

Persons with a domestic relations background are encouraged to apply as the appointed magistrate will likely be placed in Division X which is assigned temporary orders in domestic relations cases. This vacancy is created by the appointment of Magistrate Mitchell-Helton to the District Court.

Monthly Salary: $12,353

Application Deadline: 03/23/2020

See full details and apply online: https://www.its.courts.state.co.us/mosaic/home

Guardian Ad Litems Needed + Truancy Attorneys

The Colorado Springs Municipal Court is closed to the public effective Thursday, March 19th, until further notice.  Even though the court will be closed to the public, there will be staff available to take your phone calls to answer questions and to re-schedule court hearings by phone or email.  The court and probation departments provide important and essential services to the public, and it is our goal to provide service to the fullest extent possible. Please contact Municipal Court at (719) 385-5922 to speak with a clerk regarding your case.