May 5 2021
Summary of Program
Administering leaves of absence in California has never been easy. An employer has to first understand which statutory leaves apply to its workplace, then ensure that it not only has proper policies in place, but that it legally administers the various leaves. Unfortunately, based on recent legislation and some other regulatory developments, the obligation has gotten even harder.
Join Weintraub Tobin’s employment law partners,
April 14 2021
Summary of Program:
California employers are constantly under scrutiny for compliance with employment laws, and even the most careful and compliant businesses can find their business practices subject to legal challenges. The biggest threat is not the individual employee seeking redress for a claim – it is an action brought as a Private Attorney General Act and/or class action on behalf of the employee and all of their current and former colleagues.
May 25 2021
Identify Patterns of Abuse, Discover Pertinent Case Law, Mitigate Litigation Risks and More
Join Meagan D. Bainbridge for this live webinar virtual event hosted by the National Business Institute (NBI) where FMLA and ADA issues will be discussed.
From leave related to the COVID-19 pandemic to medical marijuana and disability discrimination, this advanced program teaches you how to tackle the top challenges facing HR personnel and attorneys today.
April 20 2021
Weintraub attorneys Josh H. Escovedo and Justin M. Borrowdale present a virtual workshop with StartupSac where they will focus on intellectual property control and protection for tech startups.
How do you protect the great ideas that launched your tech startup? There’s more to it than filing a patent or registering a trademark. In this workshop, attorneys from Weintraub Tobin will cover intellectual property control and protection.
March 23 2021
The Biden Administration’s American Rescue Plan has been signed into law, bringing with it a flood of programs, initiatives, and COVID relief.
On March 23, 2021, Weintraub Tobin partnered with BFBA and CVF Capital Partners to give an overview of the Plan, including investment, tax and legal implications. CVF Capital Partners managing partner Jose Blanco moderated the program, featuring presentations from Ben Brown of BFBA,
March 24 2021
Summary of Program
On March 24, 2021, Lukas Clary and Zack Thompson discuss the importance of correctly classifying employees as exempt or non-exempt is made clear by the ever-increasing number of claims filed with the Department of Labor and California Labor Commissioner for unpaid overtime and the increasing number of wage and hour class action lawsuits.
A recording of this webinar can be viewed on the Weintraub Tobin YouTube page.
March 3 2021
On March 3, 2021, Ryan Abernethy and Shauna Correia of Weintraub Tobin’s Labor & Employment Group discussed the multitude of wage and hour laws that govern non-exempt employees.
A recording of this webinar can be viewed on the Weintraub Tobin YouTube page. Please note that this webinar is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.
February 25 2021
Join Josh Escovedo and Jessica Corpuz in this one-hour webinar about Intellectual Property Law and will specifically address The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.
A recording of this webinar can be viewed on the Weintraub Tobin YouTube page. Please note that this webinar is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. We recommend that you speak to your professional advisors about the specifics of your business.
February 3 2021
Summary of Program
Lizbeth (“Beth”) West and Lukas Clary Weintraub Tobin’s Labor & Employment Group 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 28 2021
Weintraub attorneys Josh Escovedo and Scott Hervey were 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.