CDF Webinar: Get Ready for 2016 - New Employment Laws in California and What to Do About Them
In 2015, California enacted a number of important new laws that impose new burdens on California employers. Those laws include (a) modifications to the Paid Sick Leave statute, (b) modifications to certain provisions of the California Private Attorney General Act, and (c) new stiffer rules related to equal pay in California.
In addition to all the legislative action, the California courts were busy publishing important interpretations of existing California employment laws. Important published decisions were issued regarding arbitration and class action waivers, employee v. independent contractor issues, employee separation agreements, and other issues.
Webinar attendees will learn about all the important federal and state legislative, regulatory, and key judicial cases from 2015. In addition, the presenters will also discuss what modifications to policies and practices California employers should consider in order to ensure compliance with all of these new developments. For an efficient way to quickly get up to speed and hear from California employment law attorneys on how to best adapt your practices to the new and updated laws, you will want to register for this webinar. This is one of our most popular programs, so please register early to guarantee your place for this complimentary webinar.
Mark S. Spring has over 25 years of experience handling labor and employment law matters throughout Northern California. Spring’s practice is focused on representation of management in union-management relations and handling litigation triggered by all types...
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A regular presence in California state and federal courts, Robin E. Largent has been lead defense counsel and appellate counsel for large and small California employers in litigation (and arbitration) ranging from individual discrimination and harassment...
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