California Employment Law Update 2021

California Employment Law Update 2021 - Save Your Spot

IT’S YOUR MOVE

You’re looking to navigate new employment law as it changes in California. PIHRA is looking to support you with expert insights and actionable guidance. That’s why the annual California Employment Law Update now takes place in October, right after the September legislative session, and streams live, making it easily accessible for HR professionals in California and those in other states with California-based employees. It’s your key to managing risk, connecting with peers and confidently leading your company into the future.

Register now to join us October 28 for a comprehensive program covering the most critical changes, presented by lawyers and leaders.

Join us in-person & streaming online to get a clear understanding of the complex world of workplace legislation that impacts how you do business.

WHAT CAN CELU DO FOR YOU?

Avoid risk, protect your company and be ready for whatever 2022 has in store…

  • Gather insights about the latest laws
  • Protect your organization from risk
  • Minimize your exposure to litigation
  • Build your network of peers and resources
  • Prepare your HR team for 2022

 

SAVE YOUR SPOT

California Employment Law Update now takes place in October, rather than January, right after the September legislative session to provide more timely education and 2022 compliance.

 

Program Agenda

 

TIME SCHEDULE
8:15am – 8:45am Early Morning Chats
8:50am – 9:00am Welcome & Announcements
9:00am – 10:00am

Concurrent Sessions:

Still Building Airplanes In-Flight: Navigating COVID-19 Employment Laws From HR Professional to Employment Attorney Perspectives
presented by Eric De Wames (Michael Sullivan & Associates) & Tara Fournier (VIZIO & PIHRA Volunteer President)

Employers Privacy Toolkit – Are YOU Ready for California’s New Privacy Laws?
presented by Usama Kahf (Fisher Phillips, LLP) & Steve Kerler (Privageo Inc)

10:00am – 11:00am Expo
11:00am – 12:00pm

Concurrent Sessions:

Reconciling Pay Data Reporting and Pay Equity Enforcement: What You Need to Know
presented by Mark Dwyer (Trusaic)

Tips for Managing Remote Teams from California in Light of COVID-19
presented by Jennifer Grady, Esq (The Grady Firm, P.C.)

12:00pm – 1:30pm Lunch/Expo
1:30pm – 2:30pm

Concurrent Sessions:

The Future of Performance Appraisals
presented by Paul Fleck (AALRR)

The Benefits and Challenges Related to Employing Non-U.S. Citizens
presented by Lisa D. Ramirez (U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP)

2:30pm – 3:30pm Expo
3:30pm – 4:30pm

Concurrent Sessions:

New Year, New Laws: Cal/OSHA Gets More Muscle, and the Dynamex/ABC Test Gets Further Defined
presented by Debbie Birndorf (Birndorf Law Offices, APC)

Let’s Take a Closer Look at California Employee Wage and Hour Compliance
presented by C. Edward Langhammer, Jr. (Cozen O’Connor)

4:35pm – 5:30pm Social Activities

Virtual audience will access four real-time live sessions, with an additional four sessions available on-demand by November 1, 2021.

SAVE YOUR SPOT

 

Sessions & Speakers

 

    • Employers Privacy Toolkit – Are YOU Ready for California’s New Privacy Laws?

      Speakers:

      • Usama Kahf, Partner
        Fisher Phillips

        Usama Kahf is a partner in Fisher Phillips’ Irvine office. He represents employers of all sizes in matters of workplace privacy, data security, unfair competition, and trade secret theft and corporate espionage. He regularly conducts trainings and publishes articles relating to data privacy and data breach matters, including data breach counseling, reporting, and litigation trends. Usama has been actively advising clients on compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and has presented on the topic numerous times. He is also the founder and Chair of his firm’s CCPA Task Force. Usama’s privacy law experience includes:

        • Currently working with clients on CCPA/CPRA compliance, both as to consumer and employee records.
        • Data breach triage and response in data breach incidents affecting from 1 person to over 7,000, including advice on compliance with data breach notification laws, drafting data breach notices, and managing company’s reporting to law enforcement and government agencies such as attorneys general offices.
        • Providing privacy & data security training to managers.
        • Defending against employee breach of privacy claims.
        • Prosecuting litigation against individuals suspected of stealing private information of employees, clients or consumers, including seeking TRO.
        • Advising clients on preventive measures, including, for example, dual factor authentication best practices, encryption, and vendor contract negotiation/management.
      • Steve Kerler, Managing Partner and Co-Founder
        Privageo Inc.

        Over his 35+ year career, Steve has delivered numerous large-scale change initiatives, both as a senior executive and management consultant. His experience includes work with 50+ Fortune 500 companies across 20+ industries and business functions.

        Steve’s fervent belief that “good data stewardship is good business!” led him to co-found Privageo, a Data Privacy solutions firm focused on helping companies build a “culture of privacy.” Steve is also co-chair of the Orange County Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and is the co-founder and organizer of Privacy OC, a 600+ member community built to connect, serve, and educate business in Southern California about rapidly evolving data privacy topics.

        Prior to founding Privageo, Steve was Founder and Managing Partner of Tranceo (management consulting firm) and served as Senior Vice President of Operations for US Foodservice. He has also served as General Manager and Senior Vice President for the Western US at Pcubed (a global program management firm), and in a CIO role for two ($3B) North American divisions of Mars, Inc.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      Data Privacy and protection have become one of the most hotly discussed topics worldwide. New privacy laws and regulations are evolving at a dizzying rate across the globe and indeed right here in the US – with California leading the charge!

      While privacy laws were initially targeted to protect the privacy of consumers, they have now expanded to include employment data as well. This places some unique challenges on human resource professionals who may be unaware that these fast-approaching laws come with vigorous new enforcement mechanisms.

      In short, Data Privacy regulations are real and meaningful … both personally and professionally!

      Learning Objectives:

      • Your Legal obligations under current California data privacy laws (both CCPA and CPRA).
      • What the new Requirements mean to your HR operations.
      • What are the near-term challenges you should be doing TODAY.
      • … And the consequences of not being Prepared!

       

    • Let’s Take a Closer Look at California Employee Wage and Hour Compliance

      Speaker:

      • C. Edward Langhammer, Jr.
        Cozen O’Connor

        Ed has over 35 years’ experience representing clients in all aspects of employment law and related litigation, including wage and hour class actions, Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) claims, Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) claims, and suits involving wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, breach of contract and unfair business practices, and misappropriation of company trade secrets and proprietary information. He also counsels clients on a wide range of employment law matters, conducts wage and hour compliance audits and reviews, drafts employment policies and procedures, and provides human resources training. Mr. Langhammer represents corporate and business organizations, as well as nonprofit and charitable entities.

        Ed earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Southern California and his law degree from University of Southern California, Gould School of Law.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      Wage and hour compliance continues to cause big headaches for employers. Non-compliance exposes companies to individual, Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), and class action claims, and other representative actions. Wage and hour laws continue to multiply, with new regulations, court decisions, and myriad changes to existing laws impacting employer compliance obligations. The continuing pandemic further complicates the compliance landscape.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Learn about what your organization needs to do to stay in compliance and out of court.
      • Engage in an interactive discussion of California and federal wage and hour hot topics and recent developments.
      • Provide an overview of best practices for compliance in 2021 and beyond.

       

    • New Year, New Laws: Cal/OSHA Gets More Muscle, and the Dynamex/ABC Test Gets Further Defined

      Speaker:

      • Debbie Birndorf
        Birndorf Law Offices, APC

        Debbie Birndorf Zeiler has been practicing law for more than twenty-five years, including ten years at major law firms. She represents employers in all aspects of employment law, including defense of harassment and discrimination claims, wage claims, wage and hours class actions, disability claims, and misappropriation of trade secrets. She also provides counseling, drafts and reviews employment contracts, severance agreements, employee handbooks, and personnel policies.

        Debbie earned her B.A. from UCLA, an M.B.A. from NYU, and her law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where she graduated in the top of her class. In addition to her full-time practice, Debbie teaches Legal Aspects of Employee Relations at UCLA Extension as part of the HR Certificate program.

        Debbie has been named a 2022 Super Lawyer in Employment and Labor. She was previously awarded the Super Lawyer honor in 2013 and 2015-2021. She has also been named one of the Top Employment and Labor Attorneys in Los Angeles and one of the Top Women Attorneys by Los Angeles Magazine. Birndorf Law Offices was also recognized by Los Angeles Magazine as one of the Best Law Firms in Los Angeles. Debbie serves on the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association Labor and Employment Section and Co-Chairs the Saturday Seminar Program Committee.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      Workplace safety and health have been the focus during the Pandemic, with Cal/OSHA being the government agency at the forefront. Under SB 606, Cal/OSHA acquires new enforcement mechanisms to ensure employer compliance with its safety protocols.

      The legislature also extended certain exceptions to the Dynamex/ABC worker classification test.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Learn about Cal/OSHA’s new enforcement powers.
      • Understand the difference between “enterprise-wide” and “egregious” violations.
      • Update your knowledge of the Dynamex/ABC worker classification test .

       

    • Reconciling Pay Data Reporting and Pay Equity Enforcement: What You Need to Know

      Speakers:

      • Mark Dwyer, Ph.D.
        Vice President of Data Science, Trusaic

        Mark is responsible for evolving Trusaic’s analytics regarding pay, diversity, and data consolidation processes as the company continues to scale and expand its robust data and analytic solutions. He brings over two decades of experience in statistical analysis to Trusaic, both as a faculty member at UCLA and within class-action litigation, where he provided oral and written testimony regarding statistical modeling.

        Mark was formerly a Senior Economic Consultant for the Harris Economics Group, where he provided written and oral expert testimony regarding the interpretation of empirical analyses. He directed data cleaning and the construction of empirical models, among other responsibilities. Mark also worked as a Senior Economist for Econ One Research, Inc., and taught Econometrics as an Assistant Professor at UCLA.

        He earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester, an M.A. in Finance from The Wharton School, and a B.A. in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      The demand for employers to carefully review the fairness of their compensation practices with respect to workers of different genders, races, and ethnicities has never been greater. While the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) pay data collection (“Component 2”) is on hold, 2020 was the first year that employers with a presence in California were required to report pay data to the state. This employer pay data reporting requirement is modeled on the EEOC’s Component 2 reporting requirement.

      Trusaic provided filing assistance to many employers across several industries. Extrapolating from that experience implies a state-wide gender pay gap for California employers of $46 billion. This and an even larger race and ethnicity pay gap provide powerful signals to both state and federal regulators and encourages enforcement resources to be devoted to pay discrimination, including the reinstatement of Component 2 at the federal level.

      Join Trusaic’s Vice President of Data Science, Mark Dwyer as he reviews California’s SB 973 pay data collection, additional state and national pressures for employers to conduct proactive pay equity audits, and best practices for how employers can get ahead of the developing pay data reporting requirements.

      Learning Objectives:

      • What California’s pay data reporting collection identifies, how it may be used by regulators to investigate both pay and non-pay forms of employment discrimination.
      • How California SB 973 fits within the evolving trend driving employers to proactively review and assess their compensation systems.
      • What specific elements of a pay equity audit process employers should invest in to most effectively address the growing pressures.

       

    • Still Building Airplanes In-Flight: Navigating COVID-19 Employment Laws From HR Professional to Employment Attorney Perspectives

      Speakers:

      • Tara Fournier, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, VP Human Resources
        VIZIO and PIHRA President

        Tara is a Human Resources leader that is passionate about the intersection of people, organizations and culture and the impact of nurturing and developing high performing teams in business. A champion of change management, Tara is an expert in “building airplanes in flight” and partnering with executives and business leaders on taking companies to higher elevations through innovation and technology.

        Currently the Vice President of Human Resources at VIZIO, Tara’s 18 years of HR experience spans an array of public and private entities in technology, entertainment, education, and non-profit organizations, including Zillow Group, Disney, Angels Baseball and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She also serves as the current President of the Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA) and as a member of the Board of Directors of the California Society for Human Resource Management (CalSHRM).

        A firm believer in lifelong education, Tara holds multiple HR certifications, and has earned both a Master of Science in Human Resource Management and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Organizational Leadership from Brandman University/University of Massachusetts.

      • Eric De Wames, Managing Partner
        Michael Sullivan & Associates

        Managing Partner Eric De Wames leads Michael Sullivan & Associates’ employment law practice for its nine offices throughout California. Mr. De Wames is a 17-year vetted Trial Attorney, representing businesses in the full range of employment and labor law matters including wage-and-hour, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination claims, with particular expertise in PAGA representative and class actions. He is an expert in devising creative and effective strategies for investigating, litigating and negotiating settlements that serve the individualized needs of every client. He counsels business owners, managers and HR professionals on federal and state labor regulations, and is an experienced advocate before the EEOC, DLSE and other governmental agencies. Mr. De Wames serves as counsel for the full range of employer businesses from small startups to Fortune 500 companies. A well-regarded expert on all things employment law, Mr. De Wames devotes considerable time to speaking engagements like CAHR20 in order to aid employers and their HR advocates to navigate California’s rigorous and ever-evolving compliance laws, with an emphasis on litigation prevention.

        In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. De Wames most recently co-authored Navigating COVID-19: A Legal Guide for Employers, a free resource to employers and a comprehensive guide that helps decision makers, human resource professionals, risk management teams, and the like to interpret and apply employment laws with these novel first generation legal issues. This continuously updated guide changes the way businesses manage the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis and remains compliant amidst changing laws.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      Tara & Eric co-pilot again to shed light on the most current COVID-related employment laws. From vaccines and testing to sick leaves and returning to work safely, learn how to navigate the new and ever-evolving COVID-19 CA & Federal legal requirements from an HR professional’s point of view in collaboration with employment counsel. Discover trends in COVID-19 laws, and how to position your business for success in 2021 and beyond. Join Michael Sullivan & Associates (MS&A) Managing Partner Eric De Wames & Tara Fournier, PIHRA President and VP Human Resources at VIZIO, as they examine together the current impact of COVID-19 employment laws and provide insights on new laws and how to stay compliant. Gain the tools you need to implement successful return to work strategies, as well as apply preventative measures.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Attendees will acquire strategies for corporate compliance and best practices in applying CA & Federal laws as they relate to COVID-19.
      • Attendees will receive guidance on CA specific mandates from Cal-OSHA.
      • Attendees will learn the most up-to-date status on mandating vaccines in the workplace.
      • Attendees will gain an understanding of preventative measures for prospective litigation.
      • Attendees will also receive tools and insights regarding reactionary measures and employer obligations.

       

    • The Benefits and Challenges Related to Employing Non-U.S. Citizens

      Speakers:

      • Lisa Ramirez, Partner
        U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP

        Lisa is a California State Bar Immigration and Nationality Law Specialist and notably one of the first women and the first Spanish speaking specialist in Orange County. Her practice focuses on Department of Homeland Security I-9 investigations and audits, establishing compliance programs for companies, and obtaining various visas for professional athletes, artists, scientists, and religious workers. Additionally, she supports family-based immigration through petitions and waivers, naturalization, and removal (deportation) defense in Federal Immigration Court.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      In a time of workforce shortages, understanding the risks of hiring, or continuing to employ, unauthorized workers is imperative in California.  At the same time, ignorantly terminating or discriminating against individuals authorized to work can come at a high price.  Attendees of this session will gain a better understanding of how to tell if someone with an expired work permit can continue to work, the impact of delayed processing times for work authorization, the latest on I-9 investigations and what the government has outlined as its workforce enforcement priorities.

      Learning Objectives:

      • A clear understanding of work permits and employment eligibility for non-U.S. Citizens and what to look for in California.
      • Understanding the Department of Homeland Security’s most recent Memorandum outlining worksite enforcement and increased penalties against “exploitative employers and their agents”.
      • Update on I-9 compliance and investigations.

       

    • The Future of Performance Appraisals

      Speakers:

      • Paul Fleck, Partner
        Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (AALRR)

        As a trusted advisor, Paul Fleck works closely with his business clients navigating the complexities of federal, state, and local employment and labor laws. Representing management exclusively in all aspects of employment litigation, including defending claims for wage and hour violations, wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, and leave of absence violations, he assists employers in successfully operating their businesses in California. While providing zealous representation in litigation, Mr. Fleck strives to avoid drawn-out legal proceedings when possible. He regularly represents employers in California and federal courts and in matters brought by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and California’s Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.

        Mr. Fleck’s hands-on experience working in human resources at both Fortune 500 and small California businesses prior to his legal career provides him with the unique opportunity to impart practical advice on complex human resources and employee relations issues.

        Mr. Fleck regularly conducts continuing education programs for attorneys and training programs for managers, supervisors, and human resources professionals throughout California and across the country on all issues related to labor and employment. He is the chair of AALRR’s Employment Law Conference, which hosts over 1,000 attendees annually.

        In 2016, the national publication Law360 profiled Mr. Fleck, saluting his success in building his practice while maintaining quality service to his existing clients. The article, “Rainmaker Q&A: Atkinson Andelson’s Paul Fleck,” highlights Mr. Fleck’s interpersonal skills and legal abilities, as well as AALRR’s distinctive strengths.

        Over his career, Southern California Super Lawyers recognized Mr. Fleck as a Rising Star, one of the top 2.5 percent of Southern California attorneys.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      The employee performance appraisal process can be crucial for an organization in California and other states. The use of traditional performance appraisals has come under increased scrutiny in recent years with many companies moving in different directions. Paul Fleck, partner with Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo will review the appraisal process, share best practices and provide guidance in documenting unsatisfactory employee performance.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Discuss the pros and cons of performance appraisals-why doing them wrong can be just as bad as not having them at all;
      • Review the challenges of properly communicating with employees-both in person and in a remote environment; and
      • Obtain tips and strategies for developing impactful performance appraisals offering concrete steps for handling employee deficiencies.

       

    • Tips for Managing Remote Teams from California in Light of COVID-19

      Speaker:

      • Jennifer Grady, Esq.
        Employment and Immigration and Law attorney and founder of The Grady Firm, P.C.

        Jennifer Grady, Esq. acts as outside corporate counsel to expanding and dynamic companies with offices in California and across the world. She and her team at The Grady Firm, P.C. provide creative, holistic and detail-oriented legal counsel in the areas of employment and immigration law.

        Jennifer founded The Grady Firm, P.C. in 2021 as a way to help clients create and protect the American Dream by ensuring they hire and retain the personnel they need – while limiting their exposure to employee lawsuits – so they can grow and be profitable. She is fluent in Spanish, and leads a talented team of attorneys from Newport Beach, California.

       

      Credit:
      California-specific
      Track:
      CA Employment Law & Regulations
      Learning Level:
      Applied

      Session Description:

      Now that companies have been making changes to their business models for over a year-and-a-half, hybrid and remote teams will continue to be the working model of the near future. Jennifer Grady, Esq. will provide suggestions fo codifying remote and hybrid work policies; explanations as to how working remotely may impact exempt status and employees on non-immigrant visas; awareness of pitfalls and suggestions for working with employees or independent contractors outside of California; and various software suggestions to enhance the remote work experience.

      Learning Objectives:

      • How working from home may affect workers on non-immigrant visas, like H-1B, L-1A, E-3, and when to file an amendment with USCIS.
      • Considerations for working with employees and independent contractors in states outside of California.
      • Best practices and helpful technology for managing remote teams.

       

In-Person Location

Hyatt Regency Orange County

11999 Harbor Blvd.
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Self Parking: $10
Overnight Hotel Guest Parking: $18

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CERTIFICATIONS

 

SHRM Recertification Provider

This program will be submitted for up to 8.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.

Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA) is recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.


HRCI Approved Provider

This program will be submitted for up to 8.0 HR/General (including up to 8.0 California-specific) recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute homepage at www.hrci.org.

The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.


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MINIMUM CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (MCLE)
PIHRA is a State Bar of California MCLE approved provider. Our 2021 California Employment Law Update will be submitted for up to 8.0 California MCLE credit hours.

Pricing

STREAMING

PIHRA Member
$149


Registration
+ 1-year Membership Renewal

$249
 

California SHRM Affiliated Chapter Member
$199


Nonmember Registration
+ 1-year PIHRA Membership**

$249
 

PIHRA Member In-Transition and Student Rates
$79

 

IN-PERSON

PIHRA Member
$249


Registration
+ 1-year Membership Renewal

$349
 

California SHRM Affiliated Chapter Member
$299


Nonmember Registration
+ 1-year PIHRA Membership**

$349
 

**All Nonmember registrations receive a 12-month membership with PIHRA!

Online registration will be available through the day of the event. Payment is due at the time of registration.

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Disclaimers/Cancellation Policies

CANCELLATIONS
Cancellations must be received in writing and faxed to 310.416.9055 or emailed to programs@pihra.org. Fifty percent (50%) of the registration fee will be refunded for cancellations received by 10.13.21. Refunds will not be granted after 10.13.21, nor will they be given for no-shows. Credits will not be issued for use towards future PIHRA events.

SUBSTITUTIONS
All substitutions must be submitted in writing and faxed to 310.416.9055 or emailed to programs@pihra.org by 10.22.21. All other substitutions will be processed onsite at the Onsite Registration Area. If a PIHRA member transfers his/her registration to a Nonmember, the Nonmember must do one of two things; pay the difference of the member and Nonmember price at the time of the transfer or become a PIHRA member at the time of the transfer.

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IN-PERSON TERMS & CONDITIONS
During your attendance at the California Employment Law Update, participants will be required to support our COVID-19 safety protocols, and strictly follow our COVID-19 policies and procedures. These COVID-19 policies and procedures may include but are not limited to personal sanitization, mandatory face covering, and social distancing. These policies and procedures may be modified at any time in advance of or during the California Employment Law Update.

Face Coverings
Participants will be required to wear face coverings while in public indoor places and crowded outdoor venues regardless of vaccination status. The face covering shall cover the person’s nose and mouth. This requirement aligns with the latest CDC guidance. As part of the safety protocols, staff and volunteers will remind participants who are not wearing a mask to wear a mask per the state’s guidance. Anyone who ignores the policy will be asked to leave the event.

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