Association of Air Conditioning Professionals
Join attorneys from Kollman & Saucier, P.A, who will address the challenges employers face as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and how these will affect your business. Topics include the new leave requirements of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, a summary of the CARES Act, and other topical employment law issues.
This webinar is FREE for all but registration is required.
Garrett Wozniak, Partner
Kollman & Saucier, P.A.
Garrett joined Kollman & Saucier as a law clerk in May 2012 and became a Partner in January 2020. He has represented clients in mediations, federal and state court, and administrative proceedings. Garrett has also argued before the federal and state appellate courts and represented management in labor negotiations. A significant part of Garrett’s practice is counseling and advising clients on employment-related matters.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Garrett worked in politics, where he ran political organizations, managed campaigns, and started a small political consulting business. Garrett also spent time working for the Delaware General Assembly and consulting for a Fortune 500 company on government affairs-related matters.
Garrett attended University of Baltimore School of Law where he was a member of the National Moot Court Team and served as Comments Editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review. He also has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Delaware.
Frank Kollman, Founder
Kollman & Saucier, P.A.
Frank is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and the Syracuse University College of Law, where he was an editor of the law review and the Survey of New York Law. He has practiced law in Baltimore since 1977, and established the Firm in 1988.
Upon graduation, Frank spent his first five years practicing labor and employment law with two of the largest law firms in Maryland. In 1982, he joined a firm that had concentrated in labor and employment law for over forty years, where he became a partner in 1984. While at that firm, he created and edited an employment law newsletter, Employment Issues. In addition, he produced an educational film for hospital management concerning unions.
By 1988, Frank knew that he had to work in a firm that reflected his character, and the only way to do that was to start his own place. By 2001, the firm was successful, but had lost some of that character. Several like-minded partners embarked on a course that resulted in the departure of several lawyers and the renaming of the firm to Kollman & Saucier. The firm moved to The Business Law Building in Baltimore County in 2006.
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