Noted employment lawyer Fred Plevin will teach you how to survive and thrive in the Golden State's uniquely punishing legal environment. In just 75 minutes, you'll learn how to get in California compliance with issues like:
- The California Supreme Court’s recent Dynamex decision, which changes the test for determining whether California workers are employees or independent contractors
- The new Fair Pay Act, the toughest state equal-pay law in the country, including new limits on inquiring about applicants' prior pay and how the Ninth Circuit’s recent decision on use of prior pay impacts California
- Unique features of California's wage and hour laws, and steps you must take to avoid liability
- How to have an enforceable arbitration program in California, based on new court rulings
- An update on compliance with California's patchwork of state and local minimum wage and paid leave laws
- New regulations this year that address workplace investigations and the rights of transgender employees at work
- New "sanctuary state" laws that limit E-Verify use and impose strict limits on what an employer can do in response to a visit or audit by federal immigration agents
- Lessons from key recent court cases involving disability, harassment, PAGA waivers, "on call" pay and more
- Plus answers to your colleagues' specific questions on complying with California employment law
This session summarizes the latest laws, litigation and liabilities in California. If you don't have employees in the Golden State, be aware that you could fall under California's complex web of labor laws if you send employees to work there.
Fred Plevin presented on this topic to rave reviews at the Labor & Employment Law Advanced Practices (LEAP) conference. Here's what the participants had to say:
- "We always need this kind of update every year."
- "Good information to add to my toolkit."
- "Great information for me as a non-California employer. Helps me be proactive for upcoming legislation as it moves East."
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Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
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