Join us on January 16th to learn the 5 Things Employers Need to Know for 2020
1. Summary of 2019 Cases and How They Impact Your Company
2. Wage and Hour Developments
3. Arbitration Agreements with Employees--Are they Dead!?!?!?!
4. Employer v. Independent Contractor (AB 5)--Did My Industry Pay Sacramento Enough Money to Get Out of Dynamex?
5. New Lactation Accommodation Requirements
This program is perfect for any business owner, corporate counsel, C-Level officer, human resource professional, service professional, or anyone else interested in compliance.
Sam G. Sherman’s practice focuses on defending and advising California employers on various aspects of employment law. His advice practice involves assisting employers on compliance with California’s labor and employment laws, drafting employee handbooks, auditing employee/independent contractor designations, separation agreements, and all other areas of employment law.Mr. Sherman also specializes in defending corporations in employment related lawsuits. This work ranges from defending employment claims alleging individual and class action wage and hour violations as well as individual claims for harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
Ms. LeVu advises clients on complex and often cutting-edge legal issues. Her practice focuses on defending corporate clients in complex employment litigation and business disputes.Prior to joining TencerSherman, Ms. Levu represented and advised employers in all aspects of employment and labor law. Her practice focuses on defending corporate clients in complex employment litigation, with an emphasis on representative actions. She also defends clients against individual claims of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation. Ms. LeVu has appeared in federal and state court, as well as before administrative agencies.