This information-packed webinar combines:
- a comprehensive review of recent legal developments,
- an in-depth analysis of newly minted regulations, and
- practical guidance on best practices to maximize employment law compliance and mitigate legal risk.
This comprehensive program will bring you up-to-date on new compliance challenges for California employers for 2018, including:
- “Ban the Box” prohibition on asking job applicants about criminal convictions
- Prohibition against salary history inquiries
- Expansion of parental leave to cover smaller employers
- Prohibition against granting warrantless access to immigration enforcement agents
- Immediate reinstatement remedy for whistleblowers
- New protections for transgender employees
In addition, this comprehensive program will cover some important recent California court rulings, California’s minimum wage increases and their impact on other wage thresholds, and on how to prevent liability for sexual harassment in a “#Me Too” era.
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James J. McDonald, Jr.
Partner, Fisher & Phillips LLP
Jim McDonald is managing partner of Fisher & Phillips LLP’s Irvine office and a partner in the Los Angeles office. He is also the firm's marketing partner and chair of the firm's Development Committee. Jim tries employment cases before juries, judges and arbitrators. He has defended hundreds of employment lawsuits alleging wrongful termination, employment discrimination, sexual and other forms of harassment, wage and hour violations, retaliation, defamation and related torts.
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