Meet Your Expert
Kelly is a licensed lawyer in three states, heads the DBL Law’s employment law division, which represents private and public employers in all facets of employment law. She has been advising HR managers and healthcare companies for over 26 years in all aspects of employment law.
Kelly’s employment law practice Includes advising clients on compliance with various employment laws and providing in-house training on such issues. She is a former SHRM member and president of a local chapter as well as several nonprofit boards. More recently, Kelly has been using her acquired expertise in advising companies on complying with COVID-19 employment issues.
Kelly has experience working with the EEOC, DOL, DOJ and litigating cases in federal and state courts. She also advises companies on I·9 compliance and performs I-9 audits. conducts harassment investigations, drafts employee handbooks and employment policies and, does training on all aspects of employment law. Kelly was featured on WI/XU Cincinnati, as a subject matter expert, lo speak on 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the impact it has.
Training Sessions by Kelly Holden
Navigating healthcare HR regulations can present massive challenges for the average medical office – and if you don’t tread carefully, you could cause legal and financial violations that are expensive, time-consuming, and stressful. Violating even one healthcare HR rule can have very serious consequences for your medical practice, including potential steep fines and penalties. But you don’t have to go […]Learn More
Managing remote workers is a minefield of government rules, legal violations and employee complaints. Even if your practice has only one remote worker, a simple mistake can lead to significant financial and legal consequences for violating some of the most common employment rules (i.e., ADA, discrimination [wage, hour, race, age, COVID], workers’ comp, etc.). The only way to protect your […]Learn More
If you haven’t noticed, the number of Emotional Support Animals (ESA) is skyrocketing, along with owner expectations to be able to bring their animals with them everywhere. This includes your physician practice. EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL. How you and your staff handle an ESA in your waiting room can have a dramatic effect on your practice. Handled poorly, ESA owners can […]Learn More
You should be afraid of CMS whistleblowers. But you have to be aware of the False Claims Act Whistleblower. The Agency has made filing a False Claim Act (FCA) complaint against your practice as easy as clicking a button. To make matters worse, your employees are incentivized to file a complaint. They get paid 15% to 30% of any money […]Learn More