Welcome to the 26th Annual Public Sector Conference! We are proud to provide you with two days of fantastic programs and speakers. Topics will cover our traditional annual update of labor and employment laws, as well as PERB basics, reasonable accommodations, workplace violence prevention, and intersectionality in workplace investigations.
This program examines the recent wave of violence and attacks on the API community.
You’re a good legal writer. But to be great, you need to focus on the details. That’s why the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq. thinks that things like semi-colons are super critical. Join him as he explains how small elements take a lawyer’s writing skills to new levels. You’ll learn some tips that you could put into your legal writing repertoire right away!
Join this webinar as it coves the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on leases and the need/opportunities to renegotiate.
Shira Perlmutter will discuss the Office’s priorities and major initiatives, including how the Office is implementing changes in copyright legislation and regulation, and the modernization of copyright practice.
As the world plans for economic recovery following the global COVID-19 pandemic, major economies are looking to comprehensive strategies for addressing carbon risks and identifying green finance opportunities.
Lisa Piehl, the Program Manager of the Estate and Gift Tax Policy Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), will be addressing updates related to estate and gift tax matters within the IRS. She will also detail what happens to estate tax returns (Form 706) and gift tax returns (Form 709) once it’s submitted to the IRS.
In 2020, the California Lawyers Association and D.C. Bar participated in a first of its kind research project aimed at uncovering personal and workplace risk factors for mental health and substance use problems among practicing attorneys.
This webinar will cover three CCPA provisions: the right to opt-out, non-discrimination, and calculating the value of data, including scope, compliance, changes coming with the CPRA, and California AG investigations relating toaving these requirements.