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Workplace Investigations in the Age of #MeToo

8/14/2018 11:30am1:15pm
BASF Conference Center
301 Battery St.
San Francisco, CA 94111

Rebecca Stephens to moderate the Bar Association of San Francisco CLE program, "Workplace Investigations in the Age of #MeToo."

Overview:
The public has taken a renewed interest in workplace investigations in light of highly publicized current events including the #MeToo movement. While an effective workplace investigation can help insulate an organization from liability, a weak investigation can increase legal exposure and reputational damage. This panel will discuss how to conduct an appropriate investigation in this ever-changing landscape, ways to mitigate risk through workplace investigations, and litigation strategies for challenging or defending an investigation.

Topics
• New developments in workplace investigations
• Best practices for investigating alleged harassment and misconduct
• Challenging or defending workplace investigations in litigation

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