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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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The Basics 2018: Summary Judgment

Having the ability to end a plaintiff’s case, summary judgment is the main event short of trial. You should expect to see a summary judgment motion in your case. Preparation is key and so is understanding the rules of this tactic.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

The Basics 2018: The Complaint & Response

 A complaint must be filed within a specified time limit.  You will learn about the  most routinely relied upon causes of action in filing lawsuits on behalf of employees. And, what options, strategic or otherwise,  are available for the responding party.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

The Basics 2018: Trial

Most cases settle or are dismissed at an earlier phase. But if you do find yourself heading to trial, you had better be prepared. Experienced trial attorneys will provide an overview of how to prepare an employment case for trial.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

The California Municipal Law Handbook 2020

This handbook gives you the background, tools, and guidance you need in all major areas of California municipal law. Known as the definitive resource in its field, this work of over 300 municipal attorneys from the City Attorneys’ Department of the League of California Cities is published annually by CEB.


The Fundamentals of PAGA Claims

With the ever-increasing popularity of arbitration provisions in employment contracts, the Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (PAGA) has emerged as a critical tool allowing employees to enforce their rights under the Labor Code in state court. Join John Hyland for a guided tour through the fundamentals of PAGA claims.


1.5 hours MCLE Credit 


The Impact of the #MeToo Movement: Developments in California Law and Best Practices for Representing Survivors

As the #MeToo movement continues to grow, California has strengthened its anti-discrimination laws, sexual-harassment-prevention training requirements, and rules for settling allegations of sexual harassment and other harms. This panel will address the impact of these new laws on how these cases are litigated and settled.


1.5 hour MCLE Credit

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