Labor and Employment Law

Ca. Labor & Emp't Rev. September 2022, Volume 36, No. 5



Latika Malkani

This issue marks the end of my term as Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section. This parting message provides an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the past year.

I have been so proud of our Executive Committee. My tenure as Chair saw a hybrid of in-person and remote programs. Through it all, the Section and its Executive Committee sponsored a high level of programs, both on qualitatively and quantitatively. We did not let the lingering COVID variants or the supply chain issues slow us down. Our flagship programs went forward without a hitch including the New Employment Lawyer Practitioner program, the Annual Meeting, and the upcoming Advanced Wage and Hour Conference. We put on multiple webinars that drew large audiences interested in learning more about our area of practice. Our diversity, outreach and mentor initiatives have grown stronger and more robust, including the continued development of our exciting web application aimed at educating employees. Our marketing team has increased our visibility on social media, along with a host of other marketing innovations. In addition to our regular columnists, our flagship California Labor & Law Review has published topical feature articles on new California employment laws, top labor and employment law cases, associational reasonable accommodation, trade secrets, misclassification, post-pandemic return to work, and artificial intelligence. Our Case Law Alerts continue to inform our members on breaking labor and employment cases and new laws.

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