Natasha Baker will participate in an international panel of employment lawyers at the Employment Law Alliance annual conference in Lisbon, Portugal on October 15, 2019. The title of the panel is “Evolution of the Non-Traditional, Digital Workplace: Maintaining an Appropriate Corporate Culture while Complying with Myriad and Complex Legal Requirements.” The panel will focus on…

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On June 24, 2019, Glen Kraemer spoke at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, Nevada. Glen’s presentation, Shaping Hearts, Minds…and Corporate Cultures: Effective Prevention Training In The #MeToo Era, was reprised in the following article on SHRM’s website, and has been republished with permission. Treating the…

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Hirschfeld Kraemer’s Christine Helwick was quoted in the Daily Journal‘s July 9, 2019 article on the U.S. Women’s World Cup Soccer Team pay discrepancy, “World Cup win likely boosts women’s equal pay lawsuit” (subscription required). The U.S. Women’s National Team, which earned its fourth World Cup championship on Sunday, is alleging that the U.S. Soccer Federation…

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Over the weekend, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law several bills which will have a dramatic impact on sexual harassment claims. While Brown vetoed three prominent bills involving sexual harassment, those he signed offer California employees the greatest protections from sexual harassment in the United States. NEW EMPLOYMENT LAW RULES: Confidentiality Agreements: Employers cannot use…

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Hirschfeld Kraemer’s Kirstin Muller spoke with the New York Post about Uber’s latest sexual harassment issue involving company executives. This latest Uber management misstep may leave a mark, employment law experts said Monday. Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick could be forced to push out a top lieutenant over the latest sexual harassment claim to have…

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