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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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What to do When ICE Comes Calling

Now termed workplace audits instead of raids, the core rule for ICE compliance is to properly establish and maintain an I-9 or more properly known as the Employment Eligibility Verification Form. Failure to fully comply with I-9 requirements can result in expensive penalties even if no unauthorized persons are employed. Please join us as we explore the ins and outs of the I-9, including the recent changes to the form.

 

1 hour MCLE Credit

 

 

What to Do When the DOL Comes Knocking

In this program, you will gain a thorough understanding of the DOL’s investigation process, what’s at stake for your client when they are under investigation, and how to navigate the process to the best possible outcome.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

Workers' Compensation MCLE Compliance Package

25.75 MCLE Credits, including 6 hours of Required Subjects 

 

Featuring Michael Sullivan, author of Sullivan on Comp.

 

$625.00

Workplace Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era

This program focuses on recent developments in workplace sexual harassment law in light of the #MeToo movement.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

Advising California Employers and Employees

Be ready to deal with virtually any workplace issue your clients may face.

$625.00

Apportionment to Genetic Factors—The Rice Case - Part 1

The case City of Jackson v. WCAB (Rice) found that apportionment to genetic factors is appropriate under the law. This discussion focuses first on the case and its implications, then on key psychiatric studies that could potentially be brought to bear.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

Specialization in Workers' Compensation Pending

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