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Avoiding Sour Grapes: 2016 Employment Law Updates to Protect Your Workplace (Napa Valley)

Wine Industry Education Series
3/23/2016 4:00pm5:30pm
Meadowood Resort & Spa

St. Helena, CA

Holly Sutton, Chandra Russell and Claire Johnson, Speakers, Avoiding Sour Grapes: 2016 Employment Law Updates to Protect Your Workplace

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Farella Braun + Martel Elevates Five to Partner

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Management Anti-Harassment Training for Exempt Organization Professionals

California employment law requires employers in every industry, including  exempt organizations to create a workplace safe from harassment, discrimination, bullying, and sexual predation. The responsibility for this mandatory training falls on employers, and when...

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Employers Deal With Workers’ Lost Vaccination Cards

Holly Sutton was interviewed by SHRM for the article, "Employers Deal With Workers’ Lost Vaccination Cards." Read the article here .

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Employment Law Issues to Consider Before Including Work Made for Hire Clauses in Contractor Agreements

For most employers, it is important to own the intellectual property rights in written and/or graphic work commissioned from independent contractors.  But including a Work Made for Hire Clause (“WMFH Clause”) in an independent...

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Returning to the Office: Legal and Practical Considerations for Keeping Your Team Safe

Join Ashley Breakfield (moderator) with panelists Holly Sutton and Tom Cashin from Shorenstein, in the discussion on “Returning to the Office: Legal and Practical Considerations for Keeping Your Team Safe.”  COVID-19 shelter-in-place mandates caused employers to...

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Farella Names Rebecca Stephens and Nadia Arid As LCLD 2021 Pathfinders

Farella Braun + Martel is proud to announce that senior associate Rebecca Stephens and associate Nadia Arid were selected to be members of the 2021 class of Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Pathfinders...

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Law Updates for California Employers: COVID Sick Leave Obligations, Meal-Period Rules, COBRA Benefits

New legislation and a recent court decision have significant implications for California employers. Certain California employers must now provide supplemental paid sick leave to employees who miss work for specified reasons related to the...

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The Election Season Is Upon Us: Guidance for Managing Political Expression in the California Workplace

In a year of extraordinary events, this election has been more divisive and controversial than any other in recent history. Many employers are grappling with how they should manage political expression in the workplace...

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California Employers Face Various New Laws in January 2021

The California Legislature passed and Governor Newsom signed several new laws covering topics ranging from COVID-19 to leaves of absence to data reporting. Most of these laws take effect January 1, so now is a...

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Equal Pay Data Reporting, An Asset for the Strategic Employer

Holly Sutton with Farella Braun + Martel, and co-speaker Erin Hastings with Seiler, discuss "Equal Pay Data Reporting, an Asset for the Strategic Employer." California’s recently passed SB973 requires certain employers to collect and...

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