January 28 2021
Weintraub attorneys Josh Escovedo and Scott Hervey are speakers for the IP Year in Review Webinar co-hosted by The SCBA Intellectual Property Law Section and the Intellectual Property Student Association of McGeorge School of Law. Josh will be addressing the 2020 developments in trademark law, and Scott will be addressing the 2020 developments in copyright law.
Date & Time:
Thursday, January 28, 2021
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PST
1.0 credit available for participatory credit in general law category.
January 14 2021
Summary of Program
Join Lizbeth (“Beth”) West and Shauna Correia Weintraub Tobin’s Labor & Employment Group as they discuss the serious risks involved in misclassifying a worker as an independent contractor rather than an employee. Not only can misclassified workers sue for employment benefits, but several federal and state agencies regulate worker classification for various purposes, and have the authority to impose significant sanctions against employers who misclassify workers.
January 6 2021
Summary of Program
If you attended our webinar on December 9, 2020, you know that members of our Labor and Employment Group provided an overview of a number of new laws that go into effect starting January 1, 2021.
THERE IS MORE! Join our attorneys for our annual Employment Law Update where they discuss important legal developments from 2020 and review a number of new employment laws and relevant court cases impacting employers in 2021.
December 8 2020
The Labor & Employment Law Blog
Weintraub Tobin’s 2021 Labor and Employment Virtual Seminar and Training schedule is now available. Click here for a copy of the schedule.
If you have any questions on any of our seminars or would like to inquire on private, custom-tailored training, please contact:
December 9 2020
December 7 2020
Your Comprehensive Legal Guide to Everything ADA
Join attorney Meagan D. Bainbridge on this live video webinar by NBI where she will discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Conflicting legal interpretations, recent case law, leave requests and confusion regarding the intersection of the FMLA and ADA are leaving many professionals confused. You need to have the latest legal perspectives in order to ensure your clients are following proper practices.
October 28 2020
A video archive for this event is available at this link: https://bit.ly/BusinessFocus2020
On October 28, 2020, Weintraub Tobin partnered with BFBA, Chase Bank, and CVF Capital Partners to present Business Focus 2020: Helping your Business Survive and Thrive Through COVID-19. The virtual and interactive event addressed the “new normal” business landscape brought about by the economic and social changes of the COVID-19 pandemic.
October 20 2020
Weintraub Senior Attorney Jessica Corpuz will be presenting on October 20th for the 15th Annual Superior Court Boot Camp — Program II: The Nuts and Bolts of Your Trial.
This two-part, dynamic, and information-packed online course will cover the full spectrum of litigating in California State Court.
The first part will cover the steps leading up to trial and the second part will cover trial and post-trial topics.
October 15 2020
Shauna Correia and Zack Thompson discuss best practices for training supervisors and reducing the potential for liability.
Summary of Program:
Well-trained supervisors are valuable to companies for their ability to help ensure operations run smoothly. Often, employers focus on productivity and efficiency. But companies may not be aware that even mid-level supervisors may be deemed agents of the company, when it comes to employment laws that govern the workplace.
September 23 2020
Weintraub attorney Josh Escovedo is presenting this webinar by Meritas.
With the legalization of cannabis in various states, but the continued classification of cannabis as a controlled substance under federal law, there are many pitfalls to beware of and benefits provided by federal law that business owners are unable to avail themselves of. Relevant here, business owners are mostly unable to avail themselves of the benefits provided by the USPTO,