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Join Fredrikson & Byron Immigration attorneys Zhu “June” Cheng and Jenny Bouta Mojica for a webinar that will help you prepare for the FY2023 H1B Lottery.
Health Law Webinar—Cybersecurity Basics: What Every Health Care Lawyer Should Know about Current Threats
The HIPAA Security Rule requires covered entities to have appropriate administrative, physical and technical safeguards, but the rule does not explain what to do when your organization is hit with a ransomware attack or other security incident.
Join Fredrikson & Byron immigration attorneys Loan Huynh, Kayla Hoel and Mimi Alworth for a webinar examining the immigration landscape after one year of the Biden Administration and what we expect 2022 will hold for U.S. immigration policy.
Save the date for Fredrikson & Byron’s 13th annual Minnesota Legislative Session Outlook event. The 2022 legislative session may feel similar to 2021 but, in some ways, will be different.
Implementing or considering mandatory vaccinations for your workforce? This webinar will cover the ins and outs of vaccine mandates with a special focus on the accommodation process.
Every year, our December Health Law Webinar is devoted to new regulatory developments, including topics like the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, Outpatient Prospective Payment System and Inpatient Prospective Payment System rules.
Gear up for increased productivity and improved employee well-being. Upgrade your workplace with legal and practical guidance on topics like accommodations, vaccination policies, managing remote workers and more.
We will explain how the very complicated provisions impact health care facilities and professionals in a simple, straightforward way.
On November 9, 2021, attorneys from Fredrikson & Byron’s International Group presented a webinar designed to inform U.S. companies about various business and legal aspects of doing business in the United Kingdom and Finland.
In this webinar, we revisit issues and policy questions surrounding Minnesota’s so-called “three-legged stool” and focus on our state’s three revenue workhorses: income tax, sales and use tax, and property tax.