FROM PERSONNEL POLICIES TO PAGA: PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS FROM EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION @ GOLDEN 1 CENTER

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Join us October 8th, 2019 as we partner with the Sacramento Business Journal at Golden 1 Center for a Fall Legal Update where Brian Bertossa, an attorney and partner at Cook Brown, LLP will recap some of the recent California Supreme Court and high profile decisions that are impacting employers in California and beyond. Recent rulings against employers are leading to continued lawsuits brought by current and former employees.

In this presentation, Mr. Bertossa and Anna Towne, Chief Human Resources Officer of Bizhaven, will also discuss best practices in light of the outcome of the most recent case law affecting employers and will provide a brief overview of pending legislation which may lead to more changes in 2020.

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Attendees will hear: 

What can we learn about managing compensable time from the Starbucks and Tillys cases?

What do the latest harassment cases tell us about employer liability for third party harassment of employees?

How should an employer respond upon receiving a PAGA claim? 

What is the current status of the enforceability of arbitration agreements in California?

Our Speakers 

Brian Bertossa of Cook Brown, LLP 

Anna Towne of Bizhaven

OCTOBER 8th, 2019
Timeline: 3-3:30 PM – Check in3:30-5:00 PM – Presentation5-7:00 PM – Happy Hour (cash bar/food provided)
Golden 1 CenterCroft Lounge*

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