Weber Gallagher Attorney Ross Goren Speaks at RIMS Annual Conference
PHILADELPHIA, PA - May 7th, 2019 – Ross Goren, an Associate in the firm’s Philadelphia, PA office, spoke on a panel at the RIMS 2019 National Conference in Boston, MA on April 29th, 2019.
The program, entitled Assessing Wearables: Considerations Beyond Technology, explained that although wearable technology has been lauded as a potential way to train employees, monitor performance and reduce workplace accidents, little discussion has covered its implementation and utilization in relation to labor and privacy concerns. The panel focused on the different types of wearables and the utilization of the data they collect and how those parameters intersect with slower-to-evolve labor, employment, and human resources programs and regulations.
About Ross Goren
Ross Goren concentrates his practice on defending employers and insurance companies in workers’ compensation matters.
Ross counsels various businesses and insurance companies on managing workers’ compensation risk, as well as representing them in the course of workers’ compensation litigation. Ross strives to minimize his client's claims and overall exposure and specifically tailors processes and strategies to control all workers' compensation matters.
Ross comes to Weber Gallagher from a respected firm in Media, PA, where he was an associate representing employers and insurance carriers in workers' compensation matters and in employment and risk management issues. While in law school, Ross was on the Villanova Moot Court Board and served as a certified legal intern in the Villanova Health Law Clinic and also worked at a Philadelphia firm as a summer associate and law clerk specializing in medical malpractice.
About Weber Gallagher
Weber Gallagher has 115 lawyers and 17 civil practice areas. The firm provides legal counseling and representation in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and beyond to local, national and international businesses, financial institutions and insurance companies. To learn more, visit www.wglaw.com.