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Why You Should Attend
This full-day event addresses the issues confronted by employment law advisers, litigators and human resources management and professionals, with particular emphasis on California State law considerations. This year’s program will also address employment law issues related to the new reality of remote work and the hybrid workplace. This program will also provide a retrospective of the employment law landscape over the past six years since #MeToo. The program combines a comprehensive review of case law and regulatory developments, an in-depth analysis of emerging issues, and practical guidance about best practices to maximize employment law compliance, mitigate legal risk and achieve business objectives.
What You Will Learn
• Year-In-Review: a summary of important United States and California Supreme Court and federal and state appellate case law developments
• Key developments in California wage-and-hour law
• Six Years Since the Advent of #MeToo: Changes to the Legal Landscape
• Legal considerations in the world of the hybrid workplace
• Employee mobility – confidentiality, trade secrets, no-poach, and non-solicitation agreements
• Diversity, Equity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias in Legal Practice
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for professionals who seek an in-depth analysis and discussion of often subtle and rapidly evolving issues in employment law compliance. Plaintiff and management attorneys, in-house counsel, compliance officials, human resources executives and government enforcement agency staff will all benefit from this program.
Special Feature(s): Earn elimination of bias credits
Program Level: Update
Advanced Preparation: None.