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 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.
Eric Sohlgren and Robert Coviello discuss the top employment law developments of 2017. In this focused 90-minute program, our speakers focus on the changes likely to have the greatest effect on employment law practitioners.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit
In The Basics Conference 2018: Employment Litigation, you will learn about the sequence of an employment dispute that culminates in trial. Experienced employment litigation and trial attorneys will present the state and federal perspectives in addition to imparting best practices.
12 Hours MCLE Credit
You’re undoubtedly familiar with the particulars of “major” leave laws like the federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the California Family Rights Act. But California and federal law provide employees with leave rights for reasons that go far beyond having a serious medical condition. Join John Hyland for an in-depth discussion of the myriad lesser-known leave laws. Round out your knowledge of this vital area of employment law.
1 hour MCLE Credit
Join Stephen Tedesco for a discussion of California law regarding non-competition provisions and alternatives available for protecting business interests when former employees leave to work for competitors.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
Legal analysis and procedural guidance by and for California judges and lawyers.
OnLAW’s digital libraries deliver substantive analysis of the law, step-by-step procedural assistance, and best-practice strategies in seven practice areas. CEB’s rigorous standards and methodical editorial process ensure accuracy, clarity, completeness, timeliness, and coverage of the issues. Full of commentary, practice advice and sample documents, the Employment Law Library covers virtually all aspects of the employment relationship and is an indispensable resource for both employers and employees.
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Employment litigation typically begins in one or more regulatory agencies. Nearly all employment discrimination statutes require employees to file charges in one or more of these agencies before they can file a lawsuit. You will learn about the most commonly used agencies as well as what to expect from the process and what to do while the agency is investigating.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit.
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