Christine Long, Berliner Cohen Attorney, Speaks on ADA at Restaurant Operators Seminar
June 15, 2012
Christine Long, Berliner Cohen employment and hospitality law and litigation partner, will speak on “The Americans with Disabilities Act and How It Affects Restaurants” at a seminar for San Mateo county restaurant operators on Friday, June 15, 2012.
The program, which is free to attendees, is hosted by State Controller John Chiang’s California Strong and Assembly member Jerry Hill in partnership with the California Restaurant Association. The seminar will be from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the College of San Mateo.
The program will also include presentations on the new Brinker Supreme Court decision and state tax law updates.
State Controller Chiang’s California Strong helps connect families, communities and businesses to free workshops, seminars and events that will help them grow financially.
Ms. Long’s hospitality and employment litigation practice includes handling wage and hour claims, claims of employment discrimination, ADA compliance, wrongful termination, and breach of employment contract cases. She has experience with class action litigation, FLSA and EEOC investigations and ADA Compliance. In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Long counsels clients on all aspects of employment, including complaints made to and investigations initiated by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Labor Commissioner, and the EEOC on matters relating to employment including compensation issues, mandatory leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, and reductions-in-force for individuals, companies and local government. Ms. Long regularly speaks on hospitality and employment issues of interest.
For more information on the program and registration information, click here.