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You Can’t Work Here Anymore! And Other 2020 California Laws Impacting Employment Law Settlements

As the California discrimination, harassment and other labor and employment laws continue to rapidly change and evolve, so too are the laws impacting the settlement of these same claims.

2020 Updates for California Employee Handbooks

Make sure that your California employee handbooks reflect the newest 2020 laws governing dress codes, lactation accommodation, and organ donation leave.

You Will Have a Harassment Claim This Year – Now What?

Gain insight as to how attorneys view, analyze, and evaluate harassment claims – a far different vantage point from normal Human Resources trainings.

What Can Employers Do Now that Marijuana Use is Legal in California?

Marijuana use is now legal. Learn how California employers can maintain effective, legally enforceable drug-free policies at the PIHRA 2020 Legal Update.

Delays, Denials, & DUIs – Navigating Business Immigration During the War on Talent

If hiring a global workforce is part of your talent strategy, then knowing the latest California employment law is paramount.

PAGA – The Latest and (Not So) Greatest

In the last few years, PAGA has exploded to become one of the most prevalent tools for plaintiff attorneys. Learn ways to minimize your company’s exposure.

Are Mandatory Arbitration Agreements Now Illegal in California?

This keynote session at the PIHRA 2020 Legal Update will help you understand the benefits and risks of mandatory arbitration agreements in California, and how to avoid subjecting your arbitration agreement to a successful attack.

Seeing 20/20 in 2020: A Look at the New California Employment Laws for This Year

Learn the most important case laws and California legislative developments that are sure to change your business practices in 2020 and beyond with Kelly Scott at the PIHRA 2020 Legal Update.

Top Ten Wage and Hour Myths in California

Learn common misconceptions about California wage and hour law, including areas where employers frequently leave themselves exposed to lawsuits.

Protected Leave Alphabet Soup: Staying Up-To-Date on CFRA, FMLA, PFL and PDL

State and federal protected leave requirements often cause well-meaning employers to run afoul of the law. Learn best practices for ensuring legal compliance in California with Ryan Nell at the PIHRA 2020 Legal Update.