California drought? Not in state lawmaking! California state legislators introduced 4,233 measures in the two-year session just ended, and in 2014 passed over 800 bills - more than 750 of which the Governor has signed. Many of these new laws change how employers are required to work with their employees.
View this free one-hour webinar presented by Chris Cobey and Matt Ruggles of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest labor and employment law firm in the world exclusively representing management, to get a comprehensive understanding of California’s most significant new employment laws, and how these laws will impact HR. This will include the steps HR should take to comply - such as updating or changing employer handbooks, policies and practices - and what HR can expect in the future. Stay up to date, and stay out of court!
Christopher E. Cobey
Christopher E. Cobey has handled a broad range of employment and labor matters, including wrongful termination cases, breach of contract disputes, race, gender, age and disability discrimination and harassment lawsuits and wage and hour class actions.
Mr. Cobey has extensive litigation experience trying cases to verdict or judgment in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement.
Matthew J. Ruggles
Matthew J. Ruggles represents private and public employers, including airlines, financial institutions and healthcare companies, in all aspects of employment and labor law. His significant litigation and trial experience includes expertise in both state and federal courts, including defending employers against class action lawsuits, defending employers at trial and in administrative hearings, and representing clients in arbitrations.
Mr. Ruggles has particular knowledge of claims arising under the National Labor Relations Act, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, the California Labor Code, the California Uniform Trade Secrets Act and the California Wage Orders.