In our Employment Law Compliance: Expert Advice for 2020 webinar, legal experts explore 2019 employment law changes and what they might mean for you.
Compliance is painful and costly — and making it even more complicated were the numerous changes to employment law in 2019. Here's how you can be ready in 2020.
With all the challenges you're facing with changes to employment laws and tax regulations at the federal, state, and local levels, it's difficult to keep up, let alone fully understand how these changes may affect your business — and what you must do to stay in compliance.
In this timely webinar, legal experts from Seyfarth Shaw LLP will discuss the tumultuous past year in Washington, D.C., and what it means for you, your organization, and your employees.
In our on-demand webinar, you'll gain vital insight about:
- The overall impact of last year's changes, including recent appointments in federal leadership and who's who at the EEOC, Department of Labor, and National Labor Relations Board
- Specific issues that include changes to the FLSA overtime salary threshold and the W-4 tax form, predictive scheduling, EEOC litigation and priorities, class-action waivers, anticipated legislation on paid sick leave, and the impact of the gig economy
- How to navigate all these changes to ensure you're in compliance going forward
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to gain legal insight from the experts. View the webinar now.
Ari Hersher, Seyfarth Shaw partner, Labor & Employment
Ari's practice centers on employment litigation, including the defense of wage-and-hour class and collective actions arising out of alleged violations of the California Labor Code and/or the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). He also focuses on employment counseling and defense of discrimination and retaliation cases, EEOC charges, grievance resolution and labor arbitrations.
Justin Curley, Seyfarth Shaw partner, Labor & Employment
Justin's practice is focused on employment litigation with an emphasis on defending employers in wage-and-hour class, representative, and collective action litigation under the California Labor Code, including the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).