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California Employment Defense Attorney Nicole Kamm will present the latest statutory changes affecting employers. The new laws govern large companies as well as those businesses or households with only one, a handful of workers. The first step in preventing employee claims and potential litigation is to stay on top of current legislation.

Nicole Kamm represents employers in discrimination, harassment, wage and hour and wrongful termination/retaliation matters. She defends clients in state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies governing employee rights and protections. She works with business owners and executives in very diverse industries, including start-up companies, and businesses in the retail, food service, health care, transportation and manufacturing industries.

Date: Mar 28 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Nicole Kamm
Lewitt Hackman

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Lewitt Hackman
 
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Is your business up to date on all of the recent changes in California employment law? Come learn what these changes mean for your business, during our 2014 Employment Law Update presentation. Brian Koegle, from Poole & Shaffery, LLP will provide insight and practical suggestions which will assist you in bringing your company into compliance. Among the topics to be covered are: • A review of the 2014 legislation, case law and administrative decisions affecting employers; • An update on wage and hour laws, meal and rest period requirements, overtime compensation and calculations, reasonable accommodation laws and employee privacy, among other issues; and, • An overview of upcoming and anticipated legislative changes and court cases for 2014.
Date: Mar 27 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Brian Koegle
Poole & Shaffery, LLP

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Poole & Shaffery, LLP
 
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In the wake of the Navy Shipyard shooting and other recent tragedies, the presentation will focus on identifying and responding to potential workplace violence situations while remaining in compliance with the bevy of applicable employment laws (Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Medical leave Act, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, etc.) and avoiding liability to both the potential perpetrator, employees, and third parties for negligence, defamation, and other common law torts. The presentation will provide a brief background on the common factual issues and laws in play, followed by a discussion of practical steps for employers and their legal representatives to implement to maintain a safe workplace and minimize the risk of liability.
Date: Feb 12 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jaffe Dickerson
Littler Mendelson

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Kevin Mullen
Littler Mendelson

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Littler Mendelson
 
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This M&A presentation will provide an overview of the employer’s employment tax compliance reporting responsibilities as well as rights to beneficial tax treatment associated with a merger, acquisition, consolidation or other “change of legal entity” event. We will review key current federal/state legislation for this unique and often-missed area, including SUTA Dumping Prevention, UI Integrity Rules, and Questionable Employment Tax Practices (QETP).

The webcast will include basics of employment tax reporting for M&A issues such as change of control, successor determination, treatment of taxable wages, and transfer of experience. We will also discuss practical application of best employment tax practices in the context of M&A, including timing, which information to obtain, and use of retrospective review. Examples will include techniques used by leading employers to handle this area.

Date: Jan 21 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Ross Henderson
Employment Technology Solutions

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Employment Technology Solutions
 
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Terminating employees is an emotional, unforgiving process, fraught with pitfalls that can make a painful experience more costly and time-consuming. The method in which HR handles terminations can either end the employment relationship with a clean break or create additional problems for the employer. This free seminar, highlights these and other issues around firing an employee. The webinar will take you through the employee evaluation and termination process, illuminating the utility of some workplace policies and procedures, as well as the legal implications of employer actions and decisions. With this knowledge, HR professionals and employers at large can develop robust risk management protocols to identify employees who may present problems following termination and take action to prevent litigation. Register for this free seminar which will help guide you through the process of firing an employee, from identifying the proper designation of an employee’s relationship, to risk management and legal compliance, with real life case studies and examples and explanations of the differences from state to state.
Date: Aug 29 2013
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Michael Jacobson
XpertHR

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Employers must terminate employees from time to time in order to run their businesses effectively, but no other type of personnel transaction presents a higher degree of legal risk. The saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” applies with particular force when it comes to terminating employees. Even subtle differences in preparing for and conducting terminations can impact greatly the level of legal risk, and whether an employer faces a claim that may cost six figure (or more) in potential liabilities and litigation costs.

Attorneys Ray Hixson and Mary Wang will review the essential legal do's and don’ts for employers when terminating employees. They will address topics including:

  • Assessing Legal Risks of a Termination
  • Essential Steps for Performance Terminations & Layoffs
  • How to Conduct the Termination Meeting
  • Essential Documentation for Terminations
  • When to Offer Severance
  • Separation & Release Agreements
  • Recent Legal Developments Regarding Terminations
Date: Aug 2 2013
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Mary Wang
Hixson Nagatani LLP

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Raymond Hixson
Hixson Nagatani LLP

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The robotics revolution is profoundly changing the way work is performed. The technological advances entering the global workplace are inevitable, yet decades-old workplace laws threaten to fill this journey with legal landmines and uncertainty. This presentation will (1) unmask hidden employment and labor law compliance requirements of a roboticized workplace (e.g., laws and regulations on safety, data storage, privacy, disparate impact on protected categories of employees such as older workers, layoff notification, severance, union organizing, and retraining); (2) recommend practical legal compliance steps for both the robotics industry and the users of robotics; and (3) anticipate regulatory and legislative requirements.
Date: Jul 16 2013
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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Garry Mathiason
Littler Mendelson

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Departing employees continue to walk away with sensitive employer information when they resign or are fired. Often times the employee uses a planned approach to take the information and uses it in a competing venture or new job. What can employers do to prevent this type of theft? This presentation will address the suggested policies and procedures employers should use from day one of the employment relationship through the departure. These range from confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements to non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. The presentation will also address practical solutions employers can use to protect proprietary information.

Though no policy or agreement is foolproof there are definite steps that should be considered to thwart the former employee and avoid having to go to the courthouse.

Date: May 22 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Rob Radcliff
Langley Weinstein LLP

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GUNS AND THE WORKPLACE: WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER?

It’s hard to think of a more controversial, emotional and perhaps polarizing issue than the right in many states of an employee to lawfully carry a weapon for protection when traveling to and from work, and to safely store that weapon in his or her private vehicle while at work. Employers must respect this right, while also recognizing their responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace for not only employees, but also customers, vendors and members of the public. In addition, there is a movement to expand the right of all qualified citizens to carry a concealed weapon in all public areas, including restaurants, commercial facilities, places of entertainment, and even religious institutions and college and university campuses. There are vocal advocates on both sides of these issues, but who speaks for the Employer who may feel caught in the middle?

Presented by Jaffe Dickerson, shareholder at Littler Mendelson. Jaffe is a specialist in labor and employment law for over 30 years. He represents public and private sector employers in all aspects of labor and employment law before state and federal administrative agencies and courts. He will discuss:

1. GUNS IN THE PARKING LOT

2. VENDORS, CUSTOMERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

3. DUTY TO PROVIDE A SAFE AND HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT FOR EMPLOYEES; LIABILITY FOR INJURY TO THIRD PARTIES

4. TRAINING FOR MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND STAFF

5. DEALING WITH INCIDENTS

6. GUNS IN THE WORKPLACE: EMPLOYER POLICY GUIDELINES AND CONSIDERATIONS

7. WHO SPEAKS FOR THE EMPLOYER? CURRENT (AND POSSIBLE) LEGISLATION

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jaffe Dickerson
Littler Mendelson

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This webcast will introduce the concept of the cognitive interview and show how it can be of benefit to HR professionals and other managers when conducting the more complex disciplinary and grievance investigations. It will be of particular interest in disciplinary and grievance cases with elements of bullying, harassment, discrimination, theft, assaults, drug dealing and serious health and safety violations plus any other serious issues of misconduct.

Cognitive interviewing has been shown to produce up to 40% more accurate evidence from eye witnesses, even when events occurred some time ago. It also reduces the need for costly re-interviewing and can result in a higher quality evidential base from which to make a disciplinary decision thus reducing the likelihood of appeals and even costly litigation

Date: May 21 2013
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Richard Payne
BSPS Training Consultancy

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BSPS Training Consultancy
 
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