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Join us for Bromberg & Associates’ 4th Annual Roundtable Discussions

Bromberg & Associates cordially invite you to join us for our 4th Annual Roundtable Discussion! This event will be held during two separate sessions at TechTown Detroit on Wednesday, February 19th.

Our roundtable discussion sessions will be led by Bromberg’s federal attorney and compliance expert, Bruce Adelson. Bruce L. Adelson, Esq., is a former United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Senior Trial Attorney and a nationally recognized speaker and expert on civil rights and health care. He teaches cultural competence and implicit bias at Georgetown University School of Medicine.

To register for this free event, follow the link below or email [email protected] with your name, contact information, the company you are representing, and the session you’d like to attend.

Morning Session: 9AM | 2019: The Year in Review

Our interactive, informal dialogue includes updates on this year’s biggest legal changes for health care providers’ civil rights requirements, focusing on litigation and court decisions about website accessibility, the Americans with Disabilities Act, effective communication court rulings, and national origin discrimination.

The Year in Review also includes an update on repeal of the Affordable Care Act, the status of Section 1557, federal enforcement activities, new court decisions, and future indications.

Afternoon Session: 2PM | “Does the Culture of your Business Tolerate Racial Discrimination?” 

Bias and discrimination can arise in many different situations. Racial slurs, intolerant comments, discriminatory actions often flare up without warning. The businesses where they occur must act swiftly and without hesitation to stamp them out and end the behavior. 

The Buffalo Wild Wings Bias Incident – What Would You Do?

In October 2019, a group of children and adults celebrating a birthday at a Buffalo Wild Wings in suburban Chicago were asked by restaurant employees and managers to move to different tables because of the color of their skin. Indeed, a manager asked the group to move to another location because a nearby customer didn’t want to sit near black people. Discriminatory incidents in public places are increasing, according to the FBI.

In our program, we will discuss an incident that occurred at a popular restaurant chain, interactively review possible solutions, and provide takeaways to enable your business to respond more effectively when a crisis of intolerance and discrimination hits you.

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