Midyear Legislative Update

                                                                  

 

The Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council

in partnership with

The California Employment Development Department

Present

  Midyear Legislative Update

JOHN F. BAUM

 HIRSCHFELD KRAEMER LLP

 

      

 
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  Midyear Legislative Update

 2015 Midyear Labor & Employment Law Update

What Every Employer Must Know for the remainder of 2015.
Any company with employees in California in 2015 will be faced with new obligations and increased compliance challenges.

Speaker:

JOHN F. BAUM is a partner in the firm’s San Francisco office. His focus is in labor

and employment law litigation and counseling on behalf of private and public employers as well as educational institutions. Mr. Baum represents employers in wrongful discharge and discrimination disputes before federal and state courts and government agencies. He also counsels clients on a variety of issues impacting the employer-employee relationship, including employee discipline and termination, personnel policies, workplace privacy and issues unique to educational institutions; he offers a special expertise in the areas of compliance with disability laws and reasonable accommodation. Mr. Baum regularly presents in-house management training on all areas of labor and employment law. He frequently lectures on employment topics before professional organizations, attorneys and business groups. Mr. Baum also has presented numerous training sessions on effectively handling discrimination and harassment complaints through an internal investigation. Mr. Baum was the lead attorney in successfully arguing and briefing Kaiser vs. Superior Court, (1998) 66 Cal. App. 4th 1217, where the attorney-client privilege intersected with an organization’s internal investigation process
 
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

 Concord Hilton

1970 Diamond Blvd.

Concord, CA 94520

 Check-in: 7:30 a.m.

Program: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Cost: $35 for members, $50 for nonmembers