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Our Employment Law resources deliver authoritative information in Employment Law Practice and Workers’ Compensation. Notable publications include Advising California Employers and Empoyees, Employee Leave Laws: Compliance and Litigation, Wrongful Employment Termination Practice, and more. These and other Employment Law publications are also available in our CEB and Simmons Employment Law OnLAW Library, which gives you the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. Employment Law developments and topics are covered in our CLE webinars and On Demand programs.

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Key Developments in Employment Law 2018

This annual review focuses on the top employment law developments of 2018. Panelists discuss the changes likely to have the greatest effect on employment law practitioners.


1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Pitfalls in Employment Settlement Cases

Are certain settlement terms deal breakers? Should they be? Knowledgeable and practiced litigators discuss terms to avoid or require in your next settlement agreement as well as the tax implications of settlement agreements.


2 hours MCLE Credit

Rights of Domestic Workers and Caregivers

Covers labor and employment protections afforded to low wage workers, domestic workers and caregivers under various Federal and CA State laws including FSLA, AB 241 (“CA Domestic Worker Bill of Rights”) and more. The speaker also addresses new developments in policy change for these workers.


1 hour MCLE Credit

The Basics 2018: Administrative Claims & Exhaustion

Employment litigation typically begins in one or more regulatory agencies. Nearly all employment discrimination statutes require employees to file charges in one or more of these agencies before they can file a lawsuit. You will learn about the most commonly used agencies as well as what to expect from the process and what to do while the agency is investigating.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

The Basics 2018: Client Intake & Case Evaluation

Experience suggests that the meticulous initial evaluation of a case is vital  to a successful representation.  Whichever party you represent, you will acquire helpful practice tips.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

The Basics 2018: Discovery

Employment cases are fact and document intensive.  Legal issues can range from the most basic to highly intricate. And the human dynamic brings a fascinating complexity to the litigation. Discovery is also critical to the summary judgment phase.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

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