CDF Webinar: California Arbitration Agreements: Clarity Amid Complexity

Arbitration agreements are useful tools for California employers, but they are replete with potential dangers. An employer contemplating using arbitration in the workplace must evaluate whether it should be mandatory, the language for class action waivers and the severability of individual PAGA claims, the federal prohibition on arbitration of sexual assault claims, and the arbitration rules and forum. All of these factors may impact the expense and effectiveness of this tool.

Join CDF partners Amy S. Williams and Dan M. Forman as they delve into the intricacies of California arbitration agreements in the employment context. With a deep understanding of employment law, they recognize the necessity of staying informed amidst the ever-evolving landscape of workplace regulations. Together, they will unravel the nuances of arbitration agreements and provide you with the insights needed to help make well-informed decisions for your organization.

During this comprehensive webinar, CDF will explore the following key topics as they relate to employment:

  • An overview of arbitration agreements in California
  • Legal requirements and essential considerations for crafting enforceable arbitration agreements
  • The advantages and disadvantages of arbitration agreements for employers
  • Recent developments and impactful case law shaping arbitration agreements in California
  • Best practices for the implementation and enforcement of arbitration agreements within your organization

Don't miss out on this invaluable opportunity to gain insights and strategies from our seasoned employment defense attorneys at CDF. Whether you are an HR professional, in-house counsel, or business owner, this webinar promises practical guidance for navigating the complexities of arbitration agreements in California.

Secure your spot today by registering now.

1-hour CA MCLE, SHRM and HRCI credit pending.


Event Details

May 23, 2024
10:00 AM Pacific - 11:00 AM Pacific
Registration is Complimentary

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