Doing Business in the Golden State, A CA Employment Law Primer: eProgram (Session 3 of 4)
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Examine the essential elements of doing business in California, and develop policies and practices to ensure compliance with these unique laws.

When: Thursday, September 18, 2014
From 11:45 AM until 1:15 PM
Where: Online
Contact: 415-291-1992

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eProgram Details

Qualifies for 6 California Receritifcation Credits (also qualifies for general)
Registration: Member $195 / General $245 for the entire series



The Golden State sets the gold standard for complexities in employment law.  Explore core concepts in key areas: discrimination, wage and hour, leaves of absence, and restrictive covenants in four, 90-minute online sessions.

You’ll examine the essential elements of doing business in California, and develop policies and practices to ensure compliance with these unique laws.    

September 4
:  California Discrimination Laws — what makes California's Equal Employment opportunity laws different? Find out what matters in this risky area.
September 11:  California Wage and Hour Laws — simply complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act will not ensure compliance with California's wage and hour rules. Explore the integration of state and federal wage and hour laws.     
September 18:  California Leave Laws — California's leave laws extend well beyond the requirements of the Family Medical Leave Act. Learn to navigate leave laws like a pro.

September 25
: California's Laws on Restrictive Covenants — the use of restrictive covenants is limited in California. Explore alternative strategies to protect your business assets.


About the Presenter

Walter Stella is a shareholder with Miller Law Group who represents clients in all aspects of employment litigation and counseling. Walter’s clients have included both emerging growth as well as Fortune 500 and other multinational corporations. He has successfully defended clients before state and federal courts as well as governmental agencies. His litigation experience includes representing clients in a myriad of employment-related claims, such as wage and hour class actions, trade secret theft, wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, and harassment.


Cancellations received less than seven calendar days from the program date are not refundable. If cancellation within seven days of the program is unavoidable, a credit for a future event will be granted, minus a $75 administration fee ($15 for regional meetings). Credits must be used within one year of issue. A substitute attendee is allowed at the applicable NCHRA member/non-member rate in lieu of credit. Separate cancellation policies apply for the HR West Conference and Certification Preparation Courses.