Immigration in the Trump Administration: How New Executive Orders & Policies are Affecting Employers
Trends to Prepare For and How to Mitigate Exposure
The presentation will highlight the current administration’s immigration actions and policies (Buy American, Hire American) and how these are affecting employers. We will take a special look at the recently passed California legislation (AB 450 – the Immigrant Worker Protection Act) and how this law conflicts with federal laws – placing employers in a tough position – and understanding the company’s rights and obligations under the law. And we will discuss the recent ramp up by ICE on worksite enforcement, and how this is affecting employees and the work environment.
We will highlight the places where employers are exposed; how to protect and mitigate that exposure; and when to bring in counsel. The specific topics and questions addressed will include: Employment Eligibility (Who Can you Hire?); What is Next for DACA Employees; Avoiding Discrimination Based on National Origin (both during recruiting and onboarding, as well as within the corporate environment); Reverse Discrimination Claims on the Rise; I-9 Paperwork Violations and the corresponding fines and penalties; How to Mitigate I-9 violation exposure and how to handle an ICE audit; Electronic I-9 Software; E-Verify; Foreign Travel – Corporate travel
11:30am - 12:00pm - Welcome/Registration/Networking
12:00pm - 1:30pm - Speaker Presentation
Lunch will be served
Danielle H. Gotcher, Global Immigration Partners
Mrs. Gotcher is the Managing Partner at Global Immigration Partners where she represents companies of all sizes nationwide and internationally sponsoring employees for work authorization in the United States. She heads the firm’s compliance practice, which includes worksite enforcement issues (I-9 compliance) and avoiding discrimination claims. She routinely provides her clients with practical and strategic advice, training and guidance on avoiding civil and criminal penalties. Danielle also supervises a team of attorneys and paralegals filing hundreds of petitions each year before the immigration authorities. She has successfully pursued administrative appeals from cases improperly denied by the US Citizenship and Immigration Service as well as the Department of Labor, and she routinely advises clients throughout the United States on immigration strategy and compliance with US immigration laws. Before joining GIP, Danielle practiced for 10 years as a litigator, and she now brings her advocacy skills and hands-on court experience to her current practice. She also previously served in the White House Communications office. Danielle graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University with two Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Communication, and she received her law degree from Southwestern University in Los Angeles. She lives in Thousand Oaks, CA with her husband (and law partner Jim Gotcher), and their daughter.
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Online registration closes on Monday, April 23, 2018, at 8:00pm. Registrations after this date will only be taken onsite.
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