Employment Law Briefing Live Webinar
March 12 – March 14, 2024
Early Registration by March 1, 2024: $845
The webinar will be presented with 3.5 hours of instruction per day. All participants will receive a complimentary registration for our 2-hour Ethics Webinar in June.
12.5-14.75 Hours of CLE/Continuing Education Credits
The Briefing will feature our renowned faculty and comprehensive materials.
All program participants will receive a PDF copy of our updated Employment Law Briefing Manual and a complimentary registration for our Ethics Webinar scheduled on June 5, 2024.
Topics for the 2024 Briefing include:
- Developments in EEO Law
- NLRB Update
- “Reasonable Accommodation”
- FMLA Compliance and Best Practices
- Retaliation and Whistleblowing Claims
- Wage and Hour & Misclassification Issues
- 2 Hours – Ethics in Labor and Employment Law Webinar – Live on June 5, 2024, or Replay
Annual update on cutting edge ethics issues, including conflicts of interest, attorney-client privilege and waiver, ex parte access to current and former managers and employees, pre-trial investigations, employee confidential communications using employer-provided computers and email, in-house counsel ethical issues, improper acquisition and inadvertent disclosure of information and documents, access to social media information, settlement and negotiations, and court enforcement of professionalism and civility codes.
The agenda and/or speakers are subject to changes.
Registration Fee Schedule:
Registrations received by March 1, 2024: $845.00
Registrations received after March 1, 2024: $945.00
How do NELI’s webinars work?
We conduct our webinars over Zoom. This Webinar will feature video and be interactive with an opportunity to submit questions throughout the program. You may participate in the webinar in real-time and/or watch the recording at your convenience.
How will we receive the login information?
You will receive an email from us with log-in instructions approximately 2 days prior to the Conference/Webinar. Our emails can/do get caught in spam filters, please check filters for your instructions. If you do not receive the email within one (1) day of the Conference, please contact NELI.
What if we can’t attend live?
You may watch the recording at your convenience. The “live” link will become the recording link approximately 2 hours after the conclusion of the event and you can access the Zoom recording by clicking on the “live” link.
You may also log in to your Account page on this website and view a link from your Orders. The recording is available for 6 months.
CLE and other Continuing Education Credits
This program will provide between 12.5-14.75 CLE/CEU hours, depending upon the jurisdiction. This total includes the complimentary Ethics Webinar. An attendance certificate will be issued for registered participants ONLY.
Please remember that you can watch the recording for up to six months and still receive CLE/CEU credit. Cancellations must be confirmed via email. Cancellations received more than 10 business days prior to the webinar may elect to receive a full fee credit, or a refund. Those cancelled 10 or fewer business days prior to the program, will receive a fee credit less a $250 cancellation fee.
Fee credits may be applied during the next 12 month period. Any refunds will be processed after the program concludes.
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Fran regularly counsels national, regional, and local employers of all sizes on litigation-avoidance strategies, such as developing and maintaining compliant employment policies, protecting trade secrets and confidential information, and handling terminations so as to minimize the risk of claims that can be costly and damaging to an employer’s reputation. Fran also conducts internal investigations to assist employers in determining the cause of potential problems before they undermine employee morale and lead to time-consuming disputes. Earlier in his career, Fran served as a temporary law clerk to Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
Eric works in the Employment Law practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s San Francisco and Palo Alto offices. Eric has extensive experience advising companies on their most complex labor and employment needs such as compliance with AB 5 and attendant independent contractor concerns, mitigating joint employer risks, and counseling clients facing employee activism in the workplace. On this issue, in particular, Eric has carved out a niche, combining his traditional labor law background with his vast experience defending employers against discrimination claims to help clients navigate this politically sensitive and emotionally charged area of the law.
Sara helps employers craft employment policies, and investigate and effectively respond to workplace complaints. Sara has a great deal of experience defending against employment claims in court and other adversarial settings, including jury trials. She leverages her litigation experience in her employment counseling and investigatory work, understanding how events can later be perceived by a judge or jury. With that insight, Sara guides employers to proactively address workplace disputes with the goal of preventing litigation, or otherwise placing employers in the most defensible legal position.
Cameron is the Chair of the Los Angeles Office and Chair of the firm’s Traditional Labor Practice Group. She works in the firm’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. She represents employers in all aspects of employment law and labor relations, with a particular emphasis in the technology industry.
David is NELI's Director of ADA Services. In this position, David conducts in-house and virtual ADA training for employers (including manufacturers, federal, state and local governments, and universities), law firms, and bar associations, among others. He also provides expert witness services during administrative proceedings and litigation.
Daniel litigates employment-related matters in courtrooms throughout the country, including numerous Courts of Appeals. Throughout his 25-year career, Daniel has represented and advised employers and their management in an array of labor and employment issues, including discrimination, harassment, and other civil rights litigation; interest and grievance arbitrations; at-will litigation; restrictive covenant/trade secret claims; benefits litigation; independent contractor classification issues; collective bargaining; union avoidance; and unfair labor practice litigation before the National Labor Relations Board and various state agencies.
Andrew litigates class and collective action cases throughout the country. He has particular skill in matters involving the defense of business models that utilize independent contractors, franchise arrangements and third-party service providers. Andrew also regularly counsels logistics companies, “gig” economy platforms, franchisors and other companies on business modeling issues related to contractor classification, joint employment and regulatory risk. Andrew is one of the few litigators to obtain a complete defense-side state supreme court decision in an independent-contractor misclassification action arising under the “ABC” test. He has served as lead counsel in class and collective action cases involving tens of thousands of putative class members. His work includes defense of clients facing claims for breach of contract, fraud, agency liability, and violations of state and federal employment laws, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Sam is a litigator who defends employers across the country. She has significant experience defending wage-and-hour claims, as well as claims for harassment, discrimination and retaliation. Her experience includes class and collective actions, and she has successfully enforced non-compete agreements through temporary restraining orders and preliminary and permanent injunctions. Sam is also a seasoned trial attorney, securing recent jury verdicts in California and Iowa. And she combines creative legal thinking with practical experience to deliver effective results pre-trial, resulting in numerous favorable summary judgment and appellate rulings, including in putative class cases.
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