PIHRA 2019 Legal Update Speaker Spotlight: Richard M. Green

PIHRA 2019 Legal Update Speaker Spotlight: Richard M. Green

Richard M. Green, PIHRA 2019 Legal Update presenter


With the final seminar of the PIHRA 2019 Legal Update only seven days away, we are proud to see how much value attendees got out of the first three events this year. From 13 brand new California labor laws and employment documents best practices, to marijuana in the workplace and #metoo, our presenters covered everything you need to know to stay compliant and ahead of litigation in 2019. If you didn’t attend any of the Updates yet, you’re missing out.

For example, you’re missing out on Richard M. Green’s presentation about one of the hottest topics right now: immigration. Richard was kind enough to answer our Speaker Spotlight questions below about trends in the enforcement of Federal immigration laws in the workplace and what makes the PIHRA Legal Update such a valuable event. Join us in La Jolla, January 30th, for your last chance to see Richard and 13 other experts break down the hottest employment law issues of this year. Tickets are still available, but they’re going fast – Register here!

Richard M. Green, Partner & Chair of Immigration, Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP

Topic: Trends in the Enforcement of Federal Immigration Law in the Workplace

Richard M. Green is certified as a specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and a partner with Carothers, DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP in Irvine, California. Mr. Green has twenty years of experience practicing employment-based immigration law. Mr. Green is also an adjunct professor of law at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University in Orange, California.

PIHRA: What should HR professionals be most concerned with in 2019?

Richard Green: Changes to the immigration system that are announced by Executive Order or memo, and the litigation that arises from said EO/memo.

PIHRA: What do you predict will be the most common mistake HR makes in 2019?

RG: Failing to notify the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the US Department of Labor upon the termination of a nonimmigrant worker.

PIHRA: What can Southern California HR professionals do now to ensure they avoid litigation later in the year?

RG: Over-document any immigration related petitions filed with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

PIHRA: What are you most excited about at the PIHRA 2019 Legal Update?

RG: The opportunity to interact with HR professionals all over Southern California.

PIHRA: What’s one reason why HR professionals shouldn’t miss your #pihraLU19 session?

RG: You’ll learn what the current administration really thinks about foreign workers.

PIHRA: What’s one thing HR professionals will be surprised to hear in your session?

RG: You’ll learn how to produce technically perfect I-9 forms.

PIHRA: How many years have you (or your law firm) been a member/speaker/sponsor with PIHRA?

RG: First time!

Don’t miss Richard M. Green’s presentation at our final Legal Update in La Jolla next week. Register today!


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