2019 Employment and Privacy Law Updates


This event will be followed by a networking reception and evening presentation entitled Unleashing the Potential of FP&A" (5:30 PM - 8:00 PM) - Register separately by clicking here.

2019 Employment & Privacy Law Updates


On the heels of the #MeToo movement, the California Legislature has been hard at work passing numerous laws effective January 1, 2019.  From female representation on corporate boards and new sexual harassment training requirements, to restrictions on the use of confidentiality provisions in settlement agreements, it’s time to train your staff, review your board composition and update your employment agreements. 
 
In addition, on April 30, 2018, the California Supreme Court issued a landmark decision, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court of Los Angeles, which has turned the question of employee versus independent contractor on its head.  Join us to learn about the nuances of this decision and how to determine whether your independent contractors are properly classified or whether they should be reclassified as employees.
 
Lastly, we’ll provide a legal perspective on the California Consumer Privacy Act.  Learn about the legal requirements of the Act, the protections it provides to consumers, and what the Act means for your business.

Location:  Morton's the Steakhouse, 400 Post St. Lower Level. San Francisco, CA 94102

Time:  4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Registration Fee:  Members and Sponsors $0 

CPE:  This session qualifies for one (1.0) CPE credit.

Have Questions or Need Registration Support?  Contact Denise Parker, Chapter Administrator, at 813.494.9551 or chapter.admin@fei-sfba.org.

Speakers

Claudia Castillo

Founding Partner
ResolvEmployment Law

Ethan Stone

Founder
Stone Business Law, P.C.

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Personnel/Human Resources, Non-technical

Prerequisites

none

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