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Berliner Cohen Hosting Seminars: Advanced Course in CA Leaves of Absence

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LUNCH AND LEARN WITH OUR EXPERIENCED ATTORNEYS 

Complying with leave laws is challenging, and with the recent patchwork of varying state and municipal paid sick leave laws, the landscape has become even more complex.

In this interactive session, you will learn about the various California and Federal leaves of absence to which employees are entitled and how to evaluate the interaction between those leaves. Through hypothetical scenarios Berliner Cohen’s analysis will help make this complicated area of the law easier to manage. The focus of this employment seminar will include:

  • Coordination of state, federal, and city-specific leave laws (FMLA, CFRA, PDL, WC, SDI, PFL, etc.)
  • How “reasonable accommodation” requirements under FEHA/ADA can extend job protection beyond FMLA/CFRA
  • The difference between ADA and FMLA/CFRA

SEMINAR DETAILS

Lunch Included. Reservations Required: Space is limited. 

TURLOCK, CA:

May 16, 2019, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Carnegie Arts Center

250 N. Broadway, Turlock, CA 95380

SAN JOSE, CA:

May 22, 2019, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM

10 Almaden Blvd., 4th Floor Conference Room, San Jose, CA 95113

To reserve, visit eventbrite.com, e-mail marketing@berliner.com or dial 408.286.5800 and ask for the Marketing team.


Berliner Cohen, LLP: Christine H. Long, Susan E. Bishop, Lindsay Hover, Eileen P. Kennedy, Kimberly G. Flores, Ghazaleh Modarresi, Isabella L.  Shin, Emily J. Tewes and Aleshia M. White

Berliner Cohen’s Employment Law Department has vast experience before California State and Federal courts, 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. They have successfully defended employers facing class actions as well as single plaintiff claims.

CLE, HRCI and SHRM Credit Available

This program has been submitted for 2 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

This seminar offers guidance only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.

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