Employment Law Update/MCLE Conference
Please join us for a complimentary all-day employment law seminar in our San Francisco office on January 11, 2017. Our employment team will focus on the most recent developments in labor and employment law and their implications for employers with operations in California.
The seminar will provide up to 5 hours of MCLE credit, including 1 hour of Elimination of Bias credit.
Pay Equity and Gaps: How to Approach the Challenge. Understanding and addressing pay equity issues, including most prominently the “gender pay gap,” which is a board-level and C-suite priority that is getting national attention. We will focus on defining the evolving legal constructs and alternative analyses governing pay discrimination in key jurisdictions; outlining a privileged approach to defining litigation risks and other pay gaps; and providing a process for developing an effective mitigation strategy going forward.Speakers:
Trumped: What to Expect in Labor and Employment Law from the New Administration. Prospects for changes in federal direction on overtime, wage-and-hour enforcement, transgender rights, equal pay, and labor relations.Speaker:
Wage-and-Hour-Update. The most significant wage-and-hour challenges facing California employers, including recent legislative enactments and case law.Speaker:
Recent Developments under the NLRA. What union and non-union employers need to know about recent NLRB decisions and other developments in labor law.Speaker:
Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements Post-Scalia. What to expect from the U.S. Supreme Court on class-action and PAGA waivers and the NLRB’s D.R. Horton rule; how to secure arbitration agreements from incumbent employees; and practical drafting tips to avoid claims of unconscionability.Speaker: