Camille Hamilton Pating, Chair of Meyers Nave’s Workplace Investigations Practice, invites you to attend an important seminar on April 23 that is designed to help employers conduct and defend workplace misconduct investigations and prepare for the emerging areas of new claims in the #MeToo workplace environment. The program has been approved for seven hours of MCLE credit by the State Bar of California, including one hour of Elimination of Bias credit. The cost to attend the full-day conference is $200 for Meyers Nave clients and colleagues.
Please click here to view the conference agenda. The topics include:
- Anatomy of a workplace investigation in today’s new environment
- Assessing and managing organizational culture and transparency
- Case law and administrative decisions that impact workplace investigations
- Impact of #MeToo and #TimesUp on policies and investigations
- Forensic tools and strategies for investigations in a digital world
- Post-investigation issues in court and administrative proceedings
- The next phase of workplace misconduct claims
- Diana Casares Bell, Senior Counsel, Labor & Employment, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
- Rick Leonardini, President, The Blackrock Group
- Marcia Mitchell, Supervisory Trial Attorney, EEOC District Office, San Francisco
- Sonya Sanchez, Senior Counsel, Litigation, Office of the General Counsel, Regents of the University of California
- Adelmise Warner, Chief Counsel, Employment, Compensation, and Benefits, Pandora Media
- Gina Roccanova, Chair, Labor and Employment Practice, Meyers Nave
- Camille Hamilton Pating, Conference Chair, Chair of Meyers Nave’s Workplace Investigations Practice
Date: Monday, April 23
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:45 PM (includes continental breakfast and lunch)
Location: Bar Association of San Francisco Conference Center, 301 Battery St., San Francisco, CA 94111
Cost: $200 for Meyers Nave clients and colleagues. Please enter “MN” on the payment page.
RSVP: Please click here to register on the CLE International website.