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Injured Employees Series 2: Gender Discrimination

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Date Published

April 5, 2017


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Employment Law, Webinar


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California’s Fair Pay Act:
• statute of limitations (general vs. willful violations)
• discovery in these types of cases
• possible filing of PAGA claims related to this violation of the labor code

Sexual Harassment:
• differences in types of sexual harassment (quid pro quo v. hostile work environment sex harassment)
• differences in liability in instances of supervisor v. coworker
• duty to investigate
• who is covered (same sex and opposite sex)
• workplace harassment that involves violence or threats of violence to persons or property may be actionable under Civ.C. §§ 51.7 and 52.1

This webinar is sponsored by

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Lori Andrus

Lori Andrus is a founding partner of Andrus Anderson LLP, based in San Francisco, California. Ms. Andrus specializes in class... Read More

Christina M. Coleman

Christina M. Coleman launched her solo practice of the Law Offices of Christina M. Coleman, APC in April 2017. With over 20... Read More

Twila White

Twila S. White, Principal Attorney of the Law Office of Twila S. White, specializes in labor and employment law, and has... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Injured Employees Series 2: Gender Discrimination - Video
Injured Employees Series 2: Gender Discrimination - Slide Deck
What is the Gender Pay Gap - Paper
Why Diversity Programs Fail - Paper
Basics of Sexual Harassment - Paper
Sample Complaint - paper
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