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Webinar: Viking River’s Impact on PAGA Claims – Where Do We Go From Here?
July 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Hour MCLE
Experienced PAGA litigators for employers and employees will discuss the immediate and long-term impacts of the June 15, 2022 SCOTUS decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Angie Moriana, including history, analysis of the ruling and important practice tips for California practitioners.
Non-Member Price $60.00
Member Price $40.00
Ronald Novotny, Of Counsel, Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, has been representing employers in labor and employment matters in federal and state courts and administrative agencies in California since 1981. He has extensive experience involving union and employer unfair labor practices, collective bargaining negotiations, arbitrations under union contracts, and wrongful discharge and discrimination claims. Mr. Novotny also has experience in defending wage and hour law and class action claims, and routinely advises employers on compliance with state and federal disability discrimination, workplace harassment, and employee leave laws.
Jennifer Kramer is a managing partner at Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP. Her practice focuses on complex employment litigation. She has served as lead counsel on class and multiple plaintiff actions, as well as regularly representing individual workers. Jen is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, California Employment Lawyers Association (serving as the co-chair of the CELA Wage & Hour Committee from 2017-2019 and as a member of the Executive Board from 2019 to the present), Los Angeles County Bar Association, Legal Eagles for Truth Justice and the American Way, Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles, and the National Lawyers Guild. Most recently, she has served as an advocate for the #PUH (Pay Up Hollywood) movement. When she is not advocating on behalf of California’s employees, Jen will be found in her garden, prized for its collection of California native plants.
Mia Munro is a litigation attorney at Genie Harrison Law Firm. Mia represents employees to enforce their rights against discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour violations in the workplace, including in class and PAGA matters. Mia has been an employment civil rights litigator in Los Angeles since 2013. Prior to that, Mia practiced for two years at Equal Rights Advocates, a women’s rights impact litigation organization in San Francisco. Mia serves as Plaintiffs’ counsel (with attorneys at Genie Harrison Law Firm and JML Law) in McCracken v Riot Games. – an equal pay and PAGA action that settled for $100 million. The settlement is up for preliminary approval in Los Angeles Superior Court. Mia graduated with honors from New York University School of Law, University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences, and Punahou School in Honolulu. Between college and law school, Mia served as a paralegal at the U.S. Department of Justice in New York through the Outstanding Scholars Program. The Southern California Super Lawyers recognized Mia as a Rising Star Honoree in 2020, 2021, and 2022.