Jan 15, 2014-
Jan 15, 2014
09:00AM - 12:00PM
Employment Law Briefing
Get current on all major legislative, regulatory & judicial developments & discover major employment & labor law trends for the next decade.
Redwood Credit Union, 3033 Cleveland Avenue, Sta R
Event Description

 3 General Recertification Credits

What new California employment laws passed in 2013 and became effective January 1, 2014? Find out answers to critical questions like these, and learn about key developments in employment and labor law. More than just a legal update, we'll turn these answers into initiatives and compliance solutions. 
Get current on all major legislative, regulatory and judicial developments that occurred in 2013 (both federal and California), and discover major employment and labor law trends for the next decade.
Take advantage of this opportunity to anticipate the future and develop practical initiatives to better position your organization for the coming changes. 
About the Presenters
Jeffrey M. Tanenbaum, Partner, Labor & Employment Practice Leader, Nixon Peabody LLP chairs the firm's labor and employment practice group and the firm's national Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) team. He represents employers in employment and labor relations litigation before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. Mr. Tanenbaum has extensive experience in, and has written and lectured on, OSHA, Cal-OSHA, MSHA, discriminatory and negligent hiring, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, collective bargaining, and arbitrations. 
David Kolek is a senior associate in the firm's Labor & Employment group. He litigates on behalf of employers across all industries in federal and state court and before various regulatory agencies, including OSHA. David also provides advice on the day-to-day personnel issues employers face prior to litigation.
General: $165 / NCHRA Members: $130.
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Denise Granados     Email:
Phone: 415-291-1992



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