2020 Annual Employment Law Update
This annual update is your opportunity to understand the latest court cases, legislative and regulatory activity and significant developments that will affect your workplace in 2020.
Attendees will leave with an understanding of:
- New employment laws enacted in 2019
- Key appellate court decisions and how they may impact the workplace
- Policies and procedures employers should consider revising for 2020
- Recent developments in immigration and what they mean to Bay Area employers
This program is designed for HR professionals, in-house counsel, business executives and owners to learn about the significant changes in employment law, the impact on human resource and employment practices, and the actions for managing the workplace.
Andrew Shalauta is a partner with over 15 years of experience in practicing employment law and specializes in labor and employment litigation, and advice and counsel, for private employers, public entities, and educational institutions. Andrew focuses his practice on providing legal counsel relating to compliance with state and federal laws concerning employment and representing employers in all aspects of employment litigation.
Jonathan McNeil Wong provides immigration strategies to companies for hiring foreign nationals to work in the US and in American branches of foreign companies. His employment practice includes defending employers in individual and class litigation and advice related to workplace safety and OSHA compliance, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and labor relations.
Kate is a senior counsel, focusing on employment law and litigation. She represents and advises clients on a variety of employment law questions including wage and hour issues, prevailing wage law compliance, wrongful termination, independent contractor use, trade secret misappropriation, and non-competition agreements.
Registration & Breakfast: 7:30-8:00 am
Program: 8:00-10:30 am
Please RSVP by November 25th to email@example.com
The program is complimentary. Advanced registration is required as seating is limited.
HRCI and SHRM credits