An Employee Has Requested a Religious Exemption to the Company Vaccine Mandate—What Now?

For those in the Sacramento area, you may have seen large “Destiny” signs overhanging State Route 65 north of Interstate 80. A news story last month suggested that this church is the place to go for COVID-19 vaccine exemption letters. Now that President Biden is planning to use the emergency powers of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to mandate vaccination for an estimated 100 million employees, the issue is even more prominent.

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Meeting of the Minds: The Price of Recklessness: Disgorgement of Profits in a Post-Romag World

by Josh H. Escovedo
The IP Law Blog

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The U.S. Supreme Court issued numerous landmark decisions in 2020,

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Two Important U.S. Supreme Court Decisions for Religious Employers (and Employers Morally Opposed to Birth Control)

The Labor & Employment Law Blog

The U.S. Supreme Court handed down two decisions yesterday that affect religious employers.

In the first, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, the Court held that the “so-called ministerial exception” applies more broadly, preventing courts from intervening in disputes between schools “with a religious mission” and any “teacher [entrusted] with the responsibility of educating and forming students in the faith.” The Supreme Court reversed two decisions by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (our federal appellate circuit in California),

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Salary Equals Exempt Right? Wrong! Determining Exempt Status

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Summary of Program

With 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, the importance of correctly classifying employees as exempt or non-exempt is clear. This seminar is designed to help employers and HR professionals gain a more thorough understanding of the various exemptions available under California law and learn how to conduct an exemption analysis in order to reduce potential liability.

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Employment Law 2019/2020 - A Year in Review; A Year Ahead (San Francisco)

Summary of Program

Join the attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group as they discuss legal developments from 2019 and review a number of new laws facing employers in 2020.

Program Highlights

  • New Federal and State Legislation and Court Cases
  • Changes to the Law Governing Classification of Independent Contractors
  • Developments in Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Law
  • Leaves of Absence and Reasonable Accommodations
  • Wage and Hour Laws
  • Employment,

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Employment Law 2019/2020 - A Year in Review; A Year Ahead

Due to high demand, we have scheduled this second session to accommodate additional attendees.

Summary of Program

Join the attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group as they discuss legal developments from 2019 and review a number of new laws facing employers in 2020.

Program Highlights

  • New Federal and State Legislation and Court Cases
  • Changes to the Law Governing Classification of Independent Contractors
  • Developments in Harassment,

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Employment Law 2019/2020 - A Year in Review; A Year Ahead

Summary of Program

Join the attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group as they discuss legal developments from 2019 and review a number of new laws facing employers in 2020.

Program Highlights

  • New Federal and State Legislation and Court Cases
  • Changes to the Law Governing Classification of Independent Contractors
  • Developments in Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Law
  • Leaves of Absence and Reasonable Accommodations
  • Wage and Hour Laws
  • Employment,

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2019 Employment Law Update in San Francisco

Join the attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group as they discuss important legal developments from 2018 and review a number of new laws facing employers in 2019.

2019 Employment Law Update

Program Highlights:
• New Federal and State Legislation and Court Cases
• Developments in Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Law
• Leaves of Absence and Reasonable Accommodations
• Wage and Hour Laws
• Arbitration and Class Actions
• NLRB

Date &

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2019 Employment Law Update - Sacramento

Join the attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group as they discuss important legal developments from 2018 and review a number of new laws facing employers in 2019.

2019 Employment Law Update

Program Highlights:
• New Federal and State Legislation and Court Cases
• Developments in Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Law
• Leaves of Absence and Reasonable Accommodations
• Wage and Hour Laws
• Arbitration and Class Actions
• NLRB

Date &

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