PLEASE JOIN US
EMPLOYMENT LAW BRIEFING 2012
The lawyers of DLA Piper’s Employment Group invite you to join us for our Annual Employment Law Briefing.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law 22 bills that will dramatically change California employment law. It is imperative for employers and managers to be fully aware of the complexities of these new 2012 employment laws, because failure to comply can lead to significant risks and exposure.
Our annual program will discuss these developments as well as provide an update on other important changes in federal and state employment law that are crucial to employers with business operations in California. We will also look at some of the common mistakes employers may make.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Human resources professionals, hiring managers and in-house counsel
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2012
8:30 a.m. Registration and
9:00 a.m. –11:30 a.m. Program
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 400 North Tower
Los Angeles, CA
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact Cheryl Freedman at [email protected]
Hope Case, Partner, Labor and Employment Law, DLA Piper
Maria Rodriguez, Partner, Labor and Employment Law, DLA Piper
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