Mandatory Workplace Arbitration: Pros and Cons, Risks and Rewards – September 24

MANDATORY WORKPLACE ARBITRATION: PROS AND CONS, RISKS AND REWARDS
Thursday, September 24, 2020
12:00-1:15 p.m.
Via Zoom

Please join the Labor & Employment Section for a virtual presentation on Thursday, September 24, 2020. The law on mandatory workplace arbitration continues to evolve on a state and national level. Our speaker, Jeff Polsky, will discuss recent developments in that law and describe the pros and cons of such programs.

Jeffrey Polsky, is a co-chair of Fox Rothschild LLP’s Labor and Employment Department. He focuses his practice on business and employment litigation and counseling. He has 30+ years’ experience drafting workplace arbitration provisions, arbitrating employment cases, and representing clients in disputes relating to claims of discrimination and harassment, trade secret violations, wage and hour compliance, wrongful discharge, and breach of contract.

Due to continued Shelter-in-Place restrictions, this event will be hosted via Zoom.  Consistent with our prior virtual presentations that have qualified for MCLE credit, all attendees must register online prior to the event. Online registration will close on the morning of the event.

COST: $20 for Labor & Employment section members, $30 for non-section members, and free for Law Student Members. 

Registration: Please log in on the SMCBA website to register for this event. The Zoom information and materials for the webinar will be emailed to attendees the day before and morning of the event. If you wish to pay by check, still, please register online first and send your check payable to SMCBA, to: 333 Bradford St., Ste. 200, Redwood City, CA 94063. Attn: Events. *Please note which event you are paying for and the name of the attendee.

Cancellations must be received at least 48 hours prior to the event for a full refund of the registration fee. If you do not cancel within 48 hours or do not show up to the event, you will be charged the full amount.

LE Section – Lessons Learned From Workplace Investigations in the #MeToo Era – Aug 22nd

Mistral Restaurant
370-6 Bridge Pkwy
Redwood City, CA 94065

Join the Labor & Employment Section on Thursday, August 22, 2019 for a presentation on Lessons Learned From Workplace Investigations In The #MeToo Era by Camille Hamilton Pating, Principal and Chair of Meyers Nave’s Workplace Investigations.

The #MeToo movement caused a rapid increase in the number of workplace conduct investigations across all sectors of the economy. The presenter will discuss key takeaways and investigative best practices, including (1) creating new policies and training programs for the modern workplace, (2) investigating stale claims, (3) providing employees with skills for having honest conversations about workplace behaviors and (4) addressing #MeToo backlash, guilt by association and unintended consequences.

Camille has conducted over 150 investigations and specializes in high-profile investigations involving government officials, executives and high-level employees of public, private and non-profit organizations. She also provides training programs and helps employers create, enhance and implement Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives.

Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm

Cost: $55 for Labor/Employment section members and $65 for non-section members. Cost includes 1-hour MCLE credit and a delicious three-course lunch.

Registration: Please log-in on the SMCBA website.  If you opt to pay by check, please register online first and send your check payable to SMCBA, to 333 Bradford St., Ste. 200, Redwood City, CA 94063, Attn: Events.
*Make sure to note what event you are paying for and the name of the attendee.
Please note, checks will not be accepted during the event.

If you RSVP but do not show up to the luncheon or cancel 48 hours in advance, you will still be charged the full amount for attending the event.