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2015 Page 2

  • The Paid Sick Leave Law (AB 1522) – Are You Ready?May 21, 2015The Southern California Public Labor Relations Council will host a presentation and a free luncheon followed by a round table discussion. Gina Roccanova will discuss the new paid sick leave law (AB 1522), which takes effect July 1, 2015. During last years’ legislative session, Governor Brown signed AB 1522, known as the “Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014.”  This law requires California employers to ... read more
  • The Child Abuse And Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA)May 13, 2015Please join Meyers Nave attorney Camille Hamilton Pating for an informative webinar discussing The Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA). CANRA requires many public employees that work with children to report suspected child abuse or neglect under State law. Over the years, numerous amendments have expanded the definition of abuse and the persons required to report. Recent changes in the law now include public ... read more
  • Investigations: Get Ready For The New ClaimsMay 13, 2015Claims for abusive conduct (workplace bullying), and allegations of Subtle Bias, were relatively unknown to most employers only a few years ago but now appear with increasing frequency. Abusive conduct has recently been defined by AB 2053, which requires preventative anti-bullying training. Subtle Bias is often undefined, but is broadly characterized as practices or actions that seem neutral or not intentionally discriminatory, but are alleged have ... read more
  • Mock Arbitration Part One: Preparation, Opening Statement, and Direct ExaminationMarch 31, 2015A mock arbitration session with attendee involvement and role playing scenarios. This session will offer practical tips and guidance, whether you are the advocate representing your agency or supporting an advocate in arbitration. Part two continues at session C13.
  • Public Records Act, Brown Act and Evidence PreservationMarch 21, 2015This session, during the City Attorneys Association of Los Angeles County 2015 Retreat will cover the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, and evidence preservation. Join your fellow Los Angeles County city attorney colleagues, and enjoy a gorgeous view from the press box of the Rose Bowl, with continental breakfast, a buffet lunch, and 5 hours of MCLE for only $75. 
  • Complimentary 2015 Labor & Employment MCLE Training ProgramMarch 11, 2015The 2015 schedule has been set for our popular free labor and employment law training program! The year’s eight sessions include webinars and in-person events. If you are interested in attending, please send an email to training@meyersnave.com. We look forward to seeing you soon!      January 27, 2015 - Labor Negotiations in 2015: What You Need To Know February 18, 2015 - 2015 Employment Law ... read more
  • PERB/Labor Relations UpdateMarch 5, 2015Join Meyers Nave's Arthur Hartinger for this informative session covering updates on labor relations and PERB during the County Counsels' Association Employment Law Spring Conference . This session qualifies for 1.25 hours MCLE credit.
  • Legislating Groundwater Sustainability – Will It Work & At What Price?March 5, 2015California is entering a new era with last year’s Groundwater Legislation. This expert panel will describe their thoughts on how this legislation should be implemented.
  • Navigating Changes to Retired Public Employee Medical BenefitsFebruary 21, 2015Medical benefits for retired public employees may be determined by state law (PEMHCA),  MOUs, local legislation, or  personnel policies. As the cost of these benefits increases, public employers are exploring strategies to mitigate the burden on the tax and ratepayers. This webinar, "Navigating Changes to Retired Public Employee Medical Benefits" discusses the legal barriers and opportunities for change.
  • Conflicts of Interest Under the Fair Political Practices Act: Your ResponsibilitiesFebruary 13, 2015Join us for this informative session covering what your responsibilities are as a board secretary or clerk in regard to conflicts of interest under the Fair Political Practices Act.