Vedder Works Employment Law Series - California Webinar
You are invited to join us for a complimentary one-hour webinar program designed for in-house counsel and human resources professionals, led by employment attorneys at Vedder Price, to discuss new California employment laws and recent case law developments.
The California legislature has introduced nearly one dozen new employment-related laws during the 2019 legislative session that are scheduled to be finalized by no later than September 13 and submitted to Governor Newsom for consideration. The Governor will have 30 days thereafter to decide whether to veto any of these bills; otherwise, they will become new laws effective January 1, 2020. These new employment laws, together with recent court decisions, impose new compliance challenges on employers in California. Employers are encouraged to attend to learn about the impact of the new laws in time to review their policies and practices prior to the start of the new year.
- California Court Rules That Mandatory Service Charges May Be Gratuities
- Employer May Have FEHA Liability If It Exercised Direction/Control Over Temp Worker
- Employee Failed To Present Sufficient Evidence At Trial To Support Retaliation Claim
- Expense Reimbursement Claims Are Covered By Employment Practices Insurance