Hirschfeld Kraemer’s Christine Helwick was quoted in an October 30, 2019 article in Corporate Counsel entitled “General Counsel, Student Athletes Await Regulatory Details on College Endorsement Deals” (subscription required). The article discusses the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)’s October 29 announcement that it will “permit students participating in athletics the opportunity to benefit from the…

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Natasha Baker will be participating on a panel entitled “Academic Workers and Immigration Status.” The panel will focus on campus sanctuary work covering CSU and UC issues, along with California Laws on employer responses to ICE, particularly private colleges and universities. Click here for more information about the Regional Conference on Higher Education Collective Bargaining and…

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Natasha Baker will present in a session at the 2019 Institute for Chief Academic Officers with Chief Advancement and Public Relations Officers in Baltimore, Maryland on November 3, 2019. The title of the session that Natasha will be speaking at is “Compliance With Title IX and Related Legal Matters.” The session will focus on providing…

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Glen Kraemer is slated to be the featured speaker at the Public Agency Safety Management Association (PASMA) South Chapter Bi-Monthly Meeting on December 12, 2019 in Los Angeles. During Glen’s presentation, “Evolving Challenges and Opportunities for Workplace Violence Prevention,” participants will learn how to develop a workplace violence prevention team and plan. Glen will discuss…

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Dan Handman‘s comments to the Daily Journal appeared in an October 24, 2019 article entitled “New state laws signal arbitration scrutiny, legal experts say” (subscription required). As the article explains, California’s recently signed A.B. 51 prohibits employers from making arbitration agreements a condition of employment, while S.B. 707 imposes sanctions against parties who force arbitration…

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