2011 Employment Discrimination And Personnel Relations Laws - San Francisco, Orange County, Pasadena and Los Angeles

Winter 2011: February 8, February 16, February 24, and March 3

February 8, 2011
San Francisco
Clarion Hotel -

February 16, 2011
Orange County
Crowne Plaza
Garden Grove

February 24, 2011
Pasadena Area
Embassy Suites

March 3, 2011
Los Angeles
Sheraton Four
Points - Airport

Richard J. Simmons
& Tracey A. Kennedy Or Ronda D. Jamgotchian, Attorneys
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP, Los Angeles, California

The seminar is designed to provide a guide to Human Resource Officials, Personnel Specialists, Consultants, Supervisors and other management officials through the ever-increasing maze of state and federal employment discrimination laws. Registrants will receive a free copy of the New Ninth Edition of Simmons' EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION AND EEO PRACTICE MANUAL FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS (over 780 pages). The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the FEHC have both recognized the value of this manual and obtained copies for investigators, consultants and supervisors throughout California.
The program will also examine other personnel relations laws and issues of significance to California employers including disability discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, "wrongful discharge," and "unfair termination."

Among the many subjects that will be
discussed in the program are the following:

  • Wrongful termination -- employer pitfalls, safeguards, and defensive practices
  • Americans With Disabilities Act and EEOC Guidance
  • New FEHC rules on punitive, exemplary, and emotional distress damages
  • Sexual harassment -- the laws and new decisions
  • New pregnancy leave regulations, transfer rules, and notification obligations
  • New California Fair Employment and Housing Commission Developments and Regulations
  • Age discrimination -- new issues -- jury trials -- liabilities
  • Older Workers Benefit Protection Act and New Regulations
  • Workers' compensation leaves of absence - job retention rights - continuation of benefits and insurance
  • Sexual preference and orientation law - Impact on benefit obligations
  • Pre-employment inquiries in interviews and applications -- New rules
  • Immigration concerns of employers - Final Rules and Employee Screening Obligations
  • Defending Cases Before The EEOC And California Department Of Fair Employment And Housing
  • Questions and answers

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