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Upcoming Webinars:

Key Cal/OSHA Issues California Employers Must Track

Presented by Andrew J. SommerEric J. Connand Megan S. Shaked on April 16th at 4pm ET / 1pm PT regarding:


The state of California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, better known as Cal/OSHA, is perhaps the most aggressive and enforcement-heavy approved state OSH Program in the nation. California employers face a host of requirements that other employers around the country do not. Likewise, the Cal/OSHA inspection and appeal process creates several unique landmines for California employers. Of particular significance in the coming year, California employers should be on the lookout for new requirements regarding indoor heat illness and workplace violence in general industry, among others.

During this webinar, participants will learn about:


  • Data and trends in Cal/OSHA enforcement

  • Amended serious injury reporting requirements

  • New rules regarding wildfire smoke and training on Valley Fever

  • Other developments, such as an Indoor Heat Illness Rule, Workplace Violence in

  • General Industry Rule, and others.


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Impact of the #MeToo Movement: Changes in Enforcement and State Law

Presented by Kara M. Maciel and Lindsay A. DiSalvo on April 22nd at 1pm ET / 10am PT regarding:


Over the past three years, we have seen the continued momentum of the #MeToo Movement and its impacts – beyond the immediate and direct effects of the specific allegations – have taken shape. In the wake of the prominence of the Movement and its influence on the discourse surrounding issues of harassment, the states and the federal government have taken action to tackle what they see as the underlying issues that foster harassment. Indeed, several states, such as New York and Illinois, have passed laws requiring employers to implement such things as sexual harassment prevention policies and training at their facilities – some of the laws even specifically describe what those policies and/or trainings must contain. It is essential for employers to understand the legal requirements and restrictions surrounding this issue to ensure compliance with federal and state law.


Participants will learn about the following:

  • The legal standards for sexual harassment and their nuances;

  • New state law requirements for sexual harassment prevention policies and training;

  • General recommendations for anti-harassment policies, complaint procedures, and training; and

  • Best Practices for investigating and addressing complaints of sexual harassment


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Are your Websites ADA Compliant? What Employers Need to Know

Presented by Jordan B. Schwartz and Megan Shaked on May 12th at 1pm ET / 10am PT regarding:


Recently, there have been a slew of lawsuits filed across the country against hotels, restaurants, stores, clubs and other places of public accommodation alleging that their websites violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Businesses also continue to be faced with tricky and complex issues under the ADA regarding service animals, customer allergies, and effective communication methods, each of which often result in contentious lawsuits. These lawsuits are expensive, time consuming, and a drain on your business. This presentation will present practical tips and cost-effective strategies for managing the risk of ADA-related litigation in this ever-evolving area of the law.

Participants will learn about the following:


  • The broad scope of disability access laws and how employers are most often affected

  • Practical tips on website accessibility

  • Guidance on accommodating service and emotional support animals

  • Best practices when dealing with customers with severe allergies and autoimmune conditions such as celiac

  • How to best address customers who ask for hearing and visual accommodations


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