Recent Developments in California Employment and Labor Law

San Francisco Presentation

1/18/2007

Employment + Labor

San Francisco, CA

Lloyd W. Aubry, Jr. and Eric Akira Tate

Eric Akira Tate and Lloyd W. Aubry, Jr.

Seminar

The California courts have made 2006 a year of dramatic changes, issuing several significant opinions clarifying the legal landscape and giving employers clear direction on several fronts.  Morrison & Foerster LLP will host a series of briefings to discuss these and other developments, including our annual review of the Legislature's activities, and their impact on California employers.

Topics Include:

Wage/Hour

  • Case Law: Commission Chargebacks, Bonuses, Travel Time, Final Wages
  • Class Actions: Trends in Wage and Hour Suits
  • Status of Meal and Rest Period Regulations and Recent Cases
  • Minimum Wage and Local Living Wage Ordinances

Legislative and Judicial Developments

  • Whistle Blower/Retaliation: Expansion of Liability
  • Employee Privacy and Doe v. XYZ Corp.: Do You Owe a Duty to Others to Monitor Employees’ Internet and Other Activities?
  • Sexual Harassment Training Regulations (A.B. 2095)

Current Issues

  • Non-Solicitation and Non-Compete Agreements: California Remains Different

This invitation is transferable and open to colleagues and guests. There is no charge to attend this seminar.  Morrison & Foerster LLP (provider # 2183) certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.5 hours.

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