AALRR Speakers Announced for May


Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo attorneys will span the state this month to discuss a number of topics relevant to employers, HR professionals, construction professionals, and more. See our “Events & Speaking Engagements” page for more information, or to register for these presentations.

CEAC Annual Conference May 2019 | Navigating Your Course
Monterey Tides
May 1-3, 2019 

Join AALRR partners William Betley, Paul Fleck, and Amber Solano as they present various topics at the 2019 CEAC Annual Conference. Mr. Betley will share a presentation entitled “Common but Sticky Workplace Scenarios with Real Life Solutions” and will provide a legal update during the closing general session. Paul Fleck will share a presentation entitled “Addressing Inequities in the Workplace,” and Ms. Solano will provide a session on “Understanding the Intersection of Leave Laws.”

California Staffing Professionals | When the Smoke Clears: Marijuana in the California Workplace
Market Broiler Ontario
Tuesday, May 5, 11:30am-1:00pm 

With the rise in legalization of both recreational and medical use of marijuana, California employers want to know their obligations, if any, to accommodate employee recreational and medical marijuana use as well as the impact of legalization on employers’ substance abuse and drug testing policies.  Join AALRR partner Susan Steward for a lively discussion of this timely topic.

ABC SoCal | Prevailing Wage Seminar
ABC Southern California Chapter
Thursday, May 9, 8:30am-2:00pm 

Join AALRR partner Thomas W. Kovacich as he speaks on Prevailing Wage for the ABC Southern California Chapter. Topics will include: New penalties and enforcement; who is entitled to prevailing wages and other enforcement issues; which projects are covered by prevailing wage; determining the correct prevailing wage rate; remedies and consequences for failing to properly pay prevailing wages; public works contractor registration; new legislation relating to prevailing wage/apprentices; and much more.

California Special Districts Association | The CA Public Recorts Act & Electronic Document Retention: The Public is Asking for What? By When?
Clovis Veterans Memorial District
Wednesday, May 15, 9:00-10:30am 

Hosted by AALRR partner Kevin Dale, this workshop will help participants respond to and comply with Public Records Act Requests. It will highlight trending legal developments surrounding the California Public Records Act and give tips for best practices in responding.

Los Angeles County Bar Association | Labor Code Enforcement in the Face of Collectively Bargained Rights and Obligations
Los Angeles Couny Bar Association
Thursday, May 16, 6:00-8:30pm

Melendez v. San Francisco Baseball Associates, currently pending before the California Supreme Court, raises unique issues regarding the intersection of the California Labor Code and Collective Bargaining Agreements (“CBAs”).  An expert panel, including Dennis Moss (who recently argued Melendez before the California Supreme Court) and AALRR partner Ron Novotny (who has extensive expertise in issues involving unions and unfair labor practices), will discuss these issues and the developing law in this area.

Employer Advisory Council of Orange County | HR101: Employment Issues
Embassy Suites Garden Grove
Thursday, May 16, 8:00-11:30am

Once an employee has been hired, a variety of other issues arise which must be dealt with by a prudent employer. Held with AALRR partner William Betley, this workshop will address the basic elements you must have in place to ensure a safe and productive workplace. Topics will include preventing unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; understanding company vs. employee privacy rights; meeting safety/health requirements; basic keys to managing your benefit programs; and more.

Construction Network | Best Practices for Change Order Management
Long Beach Marriott
Wednesday, May 22, 8:30-10:30am

Join AALRR partner Mary Salamone for a legal seminar discussing best practices for change order management. Discussion topics will include: Causes of change; differing site conditions; notice requirements; entitlement; pricing methodology; proof of schedule delay and impact; and much more.



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