Major Issues Facing the Parking Industry
Exclusive NPA Member Benefit
August 4, 2016
3:00 p.m. Eastern
Annually, NPA holds a Fair Tax Policy forum to discuss major policy issues facing the parking industry. This is a complimentary NPA member benefit. The discussion is held via a teleconference call and all NPA members are invited to attend for one or all of the topics addressed. A Fair Tax Policy Toolkit is developed and distributed to NPA members following the call.
Who Should Attend
Open exclusively to NPA members as a benefit of membership. This annual forum focuses on current regulatory and tax issues facing the parking industry. An expert presenter highlights recent trends, regulatory movement and industry programs and resources to aid you in advocating for fair taxes, fees and the benefits of multi-modal transit that includes parking as a core component of transportation availability and choice for citizens and parkers.
How Do I RSVP?
Online registration prior to the webinar is required and is only available to NPA members. Online registration open until August 3rd. Click here to register. Questions? Contact us.
What is the Cost?
There is a free event only open to NPA members.
2016 Fair Tax Policy Forum
Subject: Minimum Wage Hikes and Wage & Hour Issues Impacting the Parking Industry
August 4, 2016
3:00 p.m. Eastern
In this year's Fair Tax Policy Forum, Towne Park will provide a case study on its approach to human resource practices and managing the business risks of rising minimum wage across all 50 states and new changes regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Towne Park's outside legal counsel will share an overview on minimum wages nationwide, current legal issues arising from the minimum wage increases, measures/countermeasures to manage the impact of minimum wage increases on business, and an overview of new changes under the FLSA.
During the Forum, you will learn about upcoming minimum wage hikes and sources of information for all 50 states & planned wage hikes, so you can manage your budget planning with the most current and accurate data.
Chris Porter, Assistant General Counsel, Towne Park
Christopher W. Porter serves as part of the Office of General Counsel at Towne Park. Towne Park has revenues in excess of $350 million, operates in over 750 locations, and employs over 10,000. He joined Towne Park in 2011. Prior to joining Towne Park, he was a civil litigation attorney in the Baltimore area, specializing in complex commercial litigation. His primary responsibilities at Towne Park include transactional work, employment law, and litigation. He earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Gettysburg College and his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He is licensed to practice in Maryland.
Jacqueline Tully, Principal, Jackson Lewis, Washington, D.C.
Jacqueline Tully is a Principal in the Washington, D.C. office of Jackson Lewis. Her practices focuses on management-side wage & hour law. She has extensive experience litigating complex class and collective actions, including regional and nationwide FLSA collective actions. Tully has served as the lead attorney or co-counsel for numerous class actions pending in federal district courts and appellate courts across the country. She has established protocols and managed discovery for substantive and procedural defense strategies in large regional and nationwide collective actions. She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and earned her undergraduate degree from Loyola—Magna Cum Laude. She is licensed to practice in New York, Washington, D.C. and Virginia.
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