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Labor and Employment Law Section

Updates and events from the Labor and Employment Law Section

In this webinar, we will hear from a judge, an arbitrator and a PERB ALJ regarding best practices for virtual trials and hearings, including arbitrations, in the time of COVID-19. Read more
Employment Law 101, Fundamentals for the New Employment Practitioner, Jan 20-21, 2021 Read more
The employer waived its right to arbitrate by waiting to file its motion to compel arbitration of plaintiffs’ individual claims until after it failed to settle the case following two years of classwide discovery and class notice procedures. Read more
Happy New Year, all. We have a lot to look forward to in 2021, including more excellent programs and initiatives from the Labor & Employment Law Section. One of our most popular programs is right around the corner – the New Employment Law Practitioner Conference on January 20th and 21st. Read more
This is the Labor and Employment Law Section Mentorship Program Application. Read more
The annual round up will cover 2020 NLRB decisions, rules and guidance memos that impacts the union and non-union workplaces, including work rules, protected concerted activities, and how the pandemic has affected on the duty to bargain, union election, and unfair labor practice hearings. Read more
The January issue of our Law Review will feature the annual summary of New California Employment Laws by Michael S. Kalt and David J. Duchrow, and a look back at The Top Cases of 2020 by Ramit Mizrahi, Andrew H. Friedman, and Anthony J. Oncidi. Read more
The court vacated an arbitration award, finding the arbitrator exceeded his authority by issuing an award enforcing provisions of an employment agreement that illegally restricted the employee’s future right to work in the field of securities trading, in violation of Business and Professions Code section 16600. Read more
Seasons Greetings. I would like to personally wish each of you safe holiday celebrations followed by a very Happy New Year. Read more
The panel will focus on "Hot Topics in Wage and Hour Law" in 2020 and provide perspectives from the Plaintiff and Defense side. Read more

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