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11 — A Review of Recent Employment Cases
Friday, September 14 — 11 a.m. - 12 noon
In this fast-paced discussion the presenters will review recent employment law cases with an emphasis on those cases of most utility to the employment practitioner, whether plaintiff, defense or neutral.
CLE: 1.0 Hour
27 — How Corporate Clients Can Avoid Employment Lawsuits - Top 10
Saturday, September 15 — 8:40 a.m. – 9:40 a.m.
From discrimination lawsuits to wage and hour class actions, and everything in between, there is no shortage of claims being brought against employers. In this session, plaintiff and defense attorneys will share their perspectives on what “Top 10” hot button workplace issues frequently lead to litigation, and what companies can do to nip those issues in the bud before its too late.
34 — Sexual Harassment Law After #MeToo
Saturday, September 15 — 11 a.m. – 12 noon
The #MeToo movement has had a profound effect on workplace sexual harassment. More complainants are stepping forward and employers have become more proactive. This program will explore the #MeToo movement and how employers are adapting to the change. Panelists will examine complex questions related to workplace investigations, discuss recent legislation meant to address workplace harassment, and explore emerging strategies to improve work climate and culture.
CLE: 1.0 Hour Elimination of Bias
Monday August 20, 2018, 12 noon - 1:00 p.m.
This program offers 1 participatory MCLE credit. You must register in advance to participate.
This webinar will explore the response of unions and employers in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v AFSCME. The webinar will also discuss the impact of SB 866 and other emerging issues related to the Janus decision.
Moderator: Tim Yeung, Sloan Sakai Yeung & Wong LLP
The March issue of our Section’s Labor & Employment Law Review will feature an article by Lara C. de Leon and Christopher Olmsted on “California’s Fair Pay Act.” Joel Grossman also contributes an article on the recent Ninth Circuit decision in Poublon v. C.H. Robinson Co., entitled “Severing Unconscionable Arbitration Provisions.”
Look for both, as well as our regular case law updates from our outstanding columnists.
Submissions are always welcome! We encourage you to take a look at our Guidelines and Editorial Policy and to send us your well-researched articles for consideration.
If you're looking for MCLE credits (including for ethics), consider self-study articles from the Law Review, available in our online catalog for as low as $15 a credit.
Radio station KALW and 15 other radio stations regularly broadcast “Your Legal Rights,” a show in which callers can ask questions of attorneys with expertise in different areas of the law. The show is also uploaded to the National Public Radio Satellite for national distribution. Our Section sponsors programs on labor and employment law. Here’s what’s coming up next:
Tune into KALW at 91.7 FM for the San Francisco Bay area and on the Internet at www.kalw.org. To see all labor-related programs in our archive, see Your Legal Rights.
This month, Practice Tips reminds readers of some often-overlooked resources for researching California employment law.
Your Labor and Employment Law Section offers lots of continuing education about employment discrimination law, as well as many other topics. We have online MCLE you can access any time, day or night, using a handy new webpage organized by category. Click on any of the topics listed below to see what courses your Section offers on that topic:
Have you signed up to receive Labor Case Alerts? These case summaries are being sent to you by the Labor and Employment Law Section, in cooperation with Phyllis Cheng. Section members can sign up through My State Bar Profile.
Our Section published the two definitive treatises on California public sector labor and employment law:
We're delighted to announce that the Labor and Employment Law Section just launched our own pages on Facebook and Twitter. We're looking forward to interacting with a wider community and reaching out to people who are not currently members.
In addition, the Section has a presence on the LinkedIn group for The Sections and the California Young Lawyers Association (CYLA).
We invite you to "Like" us and follow our "Tweets"!
Labor & Employment Law Section
The California Lawyers Association
180 Howard Street, Suite 410
San Francisco, CA 94105-1639