The 44th Annual Intellectual Property Law Section Institute is scheduled for Thursday-Saturday, November 14-16, 2019 this year.
Even seasoned litigators sometimes feel lost with questions such as how aggressively to open or how to move a negotiation forward without giving too much away. And even seasoned litigators sometimes leave mediation feeling frustrated because a client left money on the table, or paid too much, or a case that should have settled did not.
Join us for the 29th Annual Antitrust, UCL and Privacy Section Golden State Institute & Antitrust Lawyer of the Year Reception and Dinner on November 14, 2019 in San Francisco.
This program will focus on the changes to worker categorization prompted by the adoption of AB 5 this fall that followed the decision of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles. In addition, the program will provide an overview of the risks if employers misclassify workers and predictions for how AB 5 will impact the gig economy in California.
What information exists in corporate compensation cases (including equity grants and bonuses) and how can you get it? Kate Merrill, a corporate lawyer-turned family lawyer, will address this, and strategies to overcome corporate confidentiality restrictions; necessary post-judgment monitoring; and why forensic accountants aren’t the answer.