Navigating the Maze of Paid Family Leave Laws:
The Latest Decisions That Could Affect Your Company

Jurisdictional changes in PFML/PFL laws are constantly in flux. Navigating these changes and applying them to your program can be tedious and require hours of work that most teams don’t have. We will review overall trends, specific jurisdictional changes to be on the lookout for and strategies companies can implement to maximize success in the wake of these changes.

Marc Cunningham
Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Broadspire
Marc Cunningham is known in the industry as a progressive advisor and strategic business leader. In his five years with Broadspire, he has grown market share by creating and maintaining strong customer relationships and creating new channels for transactional communication. He is recognized for best-in-class account management and leading premier service teams in acquiring and retaining high-value customers.
Karen Trumbull English
Senior Vice President, Spring Consulting Group
Karen Trumbull English, ARM, CPCU, ACI, AU, has over 20 years of experience in the P&C, health, and welfare arenas. She provides strategic direction, analysis, and implementation expertise and routinely works with integrated disability, absence and health management programs, including spearheading industry leading research and surveys to help employers, carriers and TPAs set their strategies and product approaches. She is an active member of DMEC.
Steven L. Ferenczy, Esq.
Compliance Consultant, Alliant Employee Benefits
Steven advises clients on employment and leave-related issues and working with them to understand their legal obligations. At Alliant, Steven’s role includes monitoring employment and leave-related legislation, issues and processes; providing updates regarding the impacts of and how to comply with recently enacted legislation; and assisting internal staff and clients to ensure that compliance standards are met by reviewing current practices and policies and providing compliance recommendations.
Kerry Daley
Absence Program Manager, Robert Half
Kerry brings 20+ years of experience to her current role at Robert Half. Kerry manages the Leave, Disability, Workers’ Compensation and Time Off Programs in the US and Canada, as well as the partnerships with the vendors involved in the administration and management of claims. She is also responsible for all program-related legislative changes and program enhancements. Kerry has prior experience in managing Safety, Ergonomic and Wellness Programs.