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Top 4 Reasons to Attend the Labor and Employment Annual Meeting

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By Daphne Pierre Bishop

Labor and Employment Law Section is proud to present its 39th Annual Meeting on July 14 and 15, 2023

CLA’s Labor and Employment Law Section is proud to present its 39th Annual Meeting on July 14 and 15, 2023. Our Annual Meeting is all grown up and ready to share its wisdom with you! Here are the top four reasons you should attend.

1. Get MCLE Credit 

Earn up to 9 hours of MCLE credit—including 1 hour of elimination of bias. That’s almost half the credits you need for an entire compliance period! Furthermore, the Annual Conference is entirely virtual. You can participate from anywhere—including the comfort of your home.

2. Learn About the CA Labor and Workforce Development Agency

Get the scoop on the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, which oversees the complex web of departments that administer California’s labor laws and programs. Keynote speaker Lisa Powell, General Counsel of the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency, will discuss the agency’s latest priorities and initiatives.

3. Hear the Latest Developments in Employment Law

Brush up on the latest developments in employment law. Andrew Friedman and Anthony Oncidi will cover the past year’s top employment law cases and share how to use them in your practice.

4. Find Your Niche

Choose from sessions tailored to fit your employment law niche. Curious to learn about how changing gender identity norms are impacting the workplace? Do you practice traditional labor law? Need help understanding how to handle Electronically Stored Information in discovery? Wondering how the new privacy laws affect employees and employers? Interested in the cross-section between employment law and reproductive rights? Want to include claims and cross-claims by employers in your toolbox or get tips on defending against those claims? We have panels covering all that! And you can rest assured that all sides will be considered. Each panel will include speakers representing the viewpoints of employees, employers, and neutrals. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Labor and Employment Law Section’s Annual Meeting. Learn more and register here!

Daphne Pierre Bishop is a member of CLA’s Labor and Employment Law Section Executive Committee. She is a managing partner with Van Dermyden Makus Law Corporation and heads up the firm’s Los Angeles office.


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