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180 minutes
Date Published

January 22, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Laws

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Summary

Toni Jaramilla: AN 51- cannot force employee to sign arbitration agreement as condition of employment; AB 749: Ban on “no rehire” provisions in FEHA/EEOC settlements; AB9: Extending Statute of Limitations from 1 year to 3 years; SB 778: Providing mandatory sexual harassment training now apply to smaller employers (5 or more) and to non-supervisor employees as well; SB 142: Lactation Accommodation

Frances Campbell: New Housing Laws

David M. deReburtis: AB 5- Misclassification of Independent Contractors (Dynamex)

Louanne Masry: 3401.1-child sex abuse

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Presenters

Toni Jaramilla

Toni Jaramilla believes in creating positive social change through dedicated and compassionate advocacy for the rights of... Read More

Frances Campbell

Frances Campbell is a partner in the firm Campbell & Farahani, LLP. Campbell & Farahani, LLP is one of the few law firms in... Read More

David M. deRubertis

David M. deRubertis, the principal of The deRubertis Law Firm, APC, handles employment, catastrophic injury and contingency... Read More

Louanne Masry

Louanne Masry is a partner at Taylor & Ring in Los Angeles. In addition to litigating general negligence cases, her... Read More

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New Laws for 2020
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