Laura A. Izon, Shareholder

Laura serves as labor counsel for the State of California, the Department of Personnel Administration, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, cities, special districts and the Sacramento Kings. She has experience negotiating complex contracts where labor relations are fractured, as well as working collaboratively with unions to arrive at mutually acceptable terms, conditions and/or settlements. Additionally, Laura represents public and private sector clients, providing advice and counsel on a wide range of employment and labor law issues including workplace investigations and training. She focuses on preventative counseling in order to save her clients from expending valuable time and resources on litigation.

Legal Experience

Her legal experience in personnel and employment issues is diverse and far-reaching and includes representation and counsel on matters such as:

  • Personnel policy and procedure
  • Employee handbooks
  • Wage and hour issues
  • Leaves of absence
  • Employee complaints and grievances
  • Employee discipline & terminations
  • Discrimination claims, including age, gender and disability claims
  • Harassment claims, including sexual harassment, hostile work environment and retaliation claims
  • Responses to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) complaints
  • Workforce layoffs
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Unemployment insurance issues

Laura has extensive experience with the following state and federal laws pertaining to employment issues:

  • Fair Labor and Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
  • Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL)
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)

For both public and private sector clients, Laura serves as an independent fact-finder and investigator of claims involving alleged harassment, discrimination, threats of violence, violations of company rules or regulations, and other misconduct or inappropriate behavior.

Laura regularly trains on a variety of topics including, but not limited to, sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, hiring, employee evaluation and discipline, the interactive process, and how to conduct internal investigations.

Professional Activities, Affiliations & Awards

  • Northern California Super Lawyer (2010-2017)
  • Top Lawyer, Sacramento Magazine, 2017
  • Northern California Rising Star (2009)
  • Member, California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
  • Member, Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI)
  • Member, Sacramento County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section (Past Chair, Executive Committee, 2008/2009)
  • Member, California State Bar Association

In addition, Laura was named in 2007 as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the U.S. by the Filipina Women’s Network (FWN). The FWN is the non-profit association for women of Philippine ancestry in the U.S. Laura was nominated in the “Builders & Emerging Leaders” category, recognizing Filipina women who are making their mark in a workplace environment, and displaying high energy and skill in a leadership role.

Academic Background

J.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1996

B.S. Mount Holyoke College, 1993

    Speaking Engagements

    10.21.2015

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CALPELRA 2015 Annual Conference | Peeling Back the Onion: Three Case Studies Addressing Overlapping Employee Leave Issues

    Date:


    Wednesday, October 21, 2015


    Time:


    10:20 - 11:50 AM


    Location:


    Portola Hotel & Spa

    Monterey, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    2015 Annual Training Conference (October 19-23, 2015)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    With the enactment of the Healthy Workplaces Healthy Family Act (HWHFA) in 2014, the Legislature has added yet another layer of leave benefits public employers must be prepared to administer.  While most public employees already have paid sick leave benefits available to them, the HWHFA extends such benefits to part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees who might not previously have had such benefits.  Moreover, the enactment of paid sick leave merely adds to the already existing plethora of statutory leave benefits available to public employees: FMLA, CFRA, PDLL, worker’s compensation, etc.  This session will provide three case studies addressing issues at the intersection of the many leave laws employers must administer.  In addition to addressing the above-mentioned statutory leaves, this session also will examine a case study involving leave as a disability accommodation.

    11.20.2014

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CALPELRA 2014 Annual Conference | The Retaliation Tsunami: Staying Afloat In The Midst Of A Tidal-Wave Of Potential Liability

    Date:


    Thursday, November 20, 2014


    Time:


    3:05 - 4:35 p.m.


    Location:


    Portola Hotel & Spa

    Monterey, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    2014 Annual Training Conference (November 17-21, 2014)

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Overview:

    In fiscal year 2013, retaliation claims constituted 41.1% of all claims filed with the EEOC, twice as many as were filed in 1997. In addition, in 2013 the California Legislature passed new retaliation-related legislation (AB 263, SB 496, and SB 666) dramatically increasing the liabilities and penalties that can be imposed in state law retaliation claims. In enacting these new bills, the Legislature specifically found that, ‘[f]ar too often, when workers come forward to expose unfair, unsafe, or illegal conditions, they face retaliation from the employer.’ Retaliation liability is now embedded in more than two dozen sections of the Labor Code. As a consequence of these developments, retaliation has become perhaps the single largest source of liability for employers.

    11.20.2013

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CalPELRA 2013 Annual Conference | The Family-Friendly Workplace: New Laws and Regulations Protecting Pregnant Women and Working Mothers

    Date:


    Wednesday, November 20, 2013


    Time:


    3:05 - 4:35 p.m.


    Location:


    Portola Hotel & Spa

    Monterey, CA


     


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    38th Annual Conference (November 18-22, 2013)

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Presentation Overview:

    On December 30, 2012, California adopted new regulations governing pregnancy disability leave.  These new regulations follow several other recent changes to the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, federal Fair Labor Standards Act, California Fair Employment and Housing Act, and California Family Rights Act all designed to provide protections in the workplace for pregnant women and new mothers.  Ensuring compliance with these changes in law not only will avoid potential significant liability for public employers, but also will serve to promote a “family-friendly” working environment, an issue of increasing importance for working women.

    This interactive session will address the recent changes in the law and provide the following learning objectives:

    • The new method for calculating pregnancy leave entitlement;
    • An expanded definition of “disabled due to pregnancy;”
    • Use of job transfers or other methods to accommodate a woman disabled due to pregnancy;
    • Lactation accommodation under the FLSA; and
    • The expansion of sexual harassment protections to include breast feeding and related medical conditions.

    For additional information, please visit CALPELRA's website.
     

    12.06.2012

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CalPELRA 2012 Annual Conference: The Wage and Hour Survival Guide – Three Case Studies

    Date:


    Thursday, December 6, 2012


    Time:


    1:45 - 3:15 p.m.


    Location:


    Portola Hotel & Spa

    Monterey, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    37th Annual Conference (December 3 – December 7, 2012)

    Presentation Overview:

    Federal and state wage and hour laws and regulations pose serious challenges even for seasoned HR professionals.  From misclassification of employees to miscalculation of compensable hours worked, wage and hour issues present difficult traps for the unwary.

    This program will present three case studies involving many common, and some not so common, issues encountered in handling wage and hour matters, e.g., (1) calculating employees’ “regular rate,” (2) classifying employees as exempt or non-exempt; (3) determining the compensability of pre-liminary and post-liminary activities, travel time, stand-by time, etc.; (4) use of CTO; (5) 7k and other alternative scheduling arrangements, as well as many others. 

    The program will be interactive and the audience will be invited to participate in discussing the issues presented by the case studies.  The program will highlight new developments under both the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and applicable California wage and hour laws.

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    07.12.2012

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Advanced Public Sector Labor Relations: From Collective Bargaining to Arbitration – What Public Sector Employers Need to Know

    Date:


    Thursday, July 12, 2012


    Registration:


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.

    (light breakfast provided)


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch provided)


    Location:


    Courtyard Sacramento Cal Expo

    Golden Gate Room

    1782 Tribute Road

    Sacramento, CA 95815

    Complimentary on-site parking


    MCLE Credit:


    4 hours


    HRCI Credit:


    4 hours


    Seminar Overview:

    Join KMTG labor & employment and education law attorneys for a half-day seminar focusing on topics pertinent to all public employers, including the latest legal developments and court decisions governing public sector labor relations in California.

    Timely topics include:

    • Overview of Public Employment Labor Relations Laws
    • Union Recognition: How to Avoid Liability for Employer Restraint, Interference or Coercion
    • Collective Bargaining: The Duty to Bargain – How to Avoid Liability for Bad Faith Bargaining and Negotiate Defensible Labor Agreements
    • Contract Arbitration: Unilateral Change – Understanding Per se Violations vs. Totality of the Circumstance
    • Discipline and Termination: Investigating and Addressing Misconduct
    • Special Issues Involving Police and Firefighters: Navigating Peace Officers’ Bill of Rights and Firefighters’ Bill of Rights
    • Litigating Public Employment Labor Relations Cases

    Who Should Attend:

    Public Sector Human Resources Professionals, State and Local Public Agency Managers, In-house Legal Staff

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $35 per person (includes breakfast, lunch and all printed materials)
    You may pay online using PayPal or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Lindsey Ono

    Registration:

    Please register using our online registration form.  Deadline to register is Friday, July 6, 2012.

    Questions:

    If you have any questions please contact Lindsey Ono at 916.321.4547 or lono@kmtg.com

    11.30.2011

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    Speaking Engagement

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    CalPELRA 2011 Annual Conference: Navigating the Alphabet Soup of Employee Leave Laws – A Presentation of Three Case Studies

    Date:


    Wednesday, November 30, 2011


    Time:


    3:05 - 4:35 p.m.


    Location:


    Ferrante Room, Monterey Conference Center

    One Portola Plaza

    Monterey, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    36th Annual Conference (November 28 – December 2, 2011)

    Presentation Overview:

    The ADA, ADAAA, HIPAA, FMLA, GINA, FEHA, CFRA, PDL … The “alphabet soup” of federal and state laws governing employee medical conditions and leave issues can be daunting. Often, these laws intersect in unforeseen ways and create unanticipated pitfalls for the unwary.

    This program will present three separate case studies that raise complex medical/leave issues under the aforementioned federal and state laws. The program aims to be interactive and invite audience participation in addressing the myriad potential issues presented by the case studies. The goal of the discussion will be to identify best practices for avoiding liability for failing to protect employee rights with respect to health, disability, and leave-related issues. The program will highlight new regulations under the ADAAA, GINA, and the FMLA recently adopted by federal regulatory agencies. The program also will highlight recent case law developments in this complex and ever-changing area of workplace management.

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    06.01.2011

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Advanced EEO: New Developments and Court Decisions You Can’t Afford to Miss

    Date:


    Wednesday, June 1, 2011


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch provided)


    Location:


    ACWA JPIA

    2100 Professional Drive

    Roseville, CA 95661


    MCLE Credit:


    4 hours


    HRCI Credit:


    4 hours


    Seminar Overview:

    Join KMTG labor and employment law attorneys for a half-day seminar focusing on the latest legal developments and court decisions involving advanced topics in EEO laws and tips and strategies for preventing and correcting discrimination in the workplace.

    Timely topics include:

    • Disability Discrimination (…new ADAAA regulations)
    • Genetic Information (…new GINA regulations)
    • Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment (…developments in the Wal-Mart class action)
    • Religious Discrimination (…developments in religious accommodations and grooming/dress standards)
    • Race and National Origin Discrimination (…recent changes to the I-9 Form and SSN verification)
    • Age Discrimination (…“mixed motive” cases after Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc.)
    • Retaliation (…Supreme Court’s pending decision re third-party cases in Thompson v. North American Stainless)
    • The Impact of E-Workplace on EEO Issues

    Who Should Attend:

    Senior Management, Human Resources Professionals, and In-house Legal Staff

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $30 per person (includes lunch and all printed materials)
    You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Kristy Garza

    Registration:

    Please register on or before May 27, 2011
    Use our online registration form or notify Kristy Garza at 916.321.4547 or KGarza@kmtg.com

    11.18.2010

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Furloughs, Layoffs and Other Downsizings in An Era of Declining Budgets

    Date:


    Thursday, November 18, 2010


    Time:


    8:30 - 10:00 a.m.


    Location:


    Colton Room

    Monterey Conference Center

    Two Portola Plaza

    Monterey, CA


    Sponsored By:

    California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)
    35th Annual Conference (November 16-19, 2010)

    Presentation Overview:

    This session will explore the difficult personnel choices – such as furloughs, layoffs, and wage and benefit reductions – public employers face in today’s era of declining budgets. The session will focus on:

    Collective bargaining provisions that can aid in, or inhibit management from, achieving personnel cost reductions, e.g., management rights clauses and provisions regarding work schedules, layoffs, wages, and benefits.

    Anticipating and defending claims arising from furloughs, layoffs, and other personnel cost-saving steps, including:

    • Fair Labor Standards Act claims;
    • Claims under public labor relations laws (MMBA, Dills Act, EERA, etc.);
    • Impairment of contract claims;
    • Due process claims; and
    • Disparate impact claims.

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    10.21.2010

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    Speaking Engagement

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    Employment Law Issues For Collection Law Firms

    Date:


    Thursday, October 21, 2010


    Time:


    TBD


    Location:


    Caesar's Palace

    Las Vegas, NV


    Organizers:

    Sponsored By:

    National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA)
    2010 Fall Collections Conference (Oct. 21-23, 2010)

    Defense Bar Forum:

    NARCA members collectively employ thousands of people in virtually every state in the country. How can collection law firms avoid liability for employment law claims? This panel of defense attorneys will provide an overview of important employment law issues that all collection law firms should consider. Panelists include:

    Wendy Badger, Morrison Fenske & Sund, P.A.
    Laura Izon Powell, Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
    David Jendrzejek, Moss & Barnett, P.S.

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Registration:

    For more information and to register: http://www.narca.org/?2010/2/conference.html

    07.21.2010

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Managing Employment Issues in a Down Economy and Preparing for Better Times

    Date:


    Wednesday, July 21, 2010


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch provided)


    Location:


    Embassy Suites Walnut Creek

    1345 Treat Blvd.

    Walnut Creek, CA 94597


    MCLE Credit:


    4 hours


    HRCI Credit:


    4 hours


    Seminar Overview:

    Join KMTG Labor & Employment Law attorneys for discussion and analysis of best strategies and legal requirements for reducing your workforce during the down economy and best practices for expanding your workforce when the economic outlook improves.

    Timely topics include:

    • Terminations of Individual Employees:
      At-Will Terminations | Establishing "For Cause" Terminations
    • Layoffs and Rehires:
      RIF Criteria | Severance Agreements | WARN and Cal-WARN Compliance | Rehire Rights and Duties
    • Preparing for the Economic Turnaround-Recruiting and Hiring Practices:
      Recruitment and E-Recruitment | Candidate Screening | Hiring Practices

    Who Should Attend:

    Senior Management, Human Resources Professionals, and In-house Legal Staff

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $30 per person (includes lunch and all printed materials)
    Please pay in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Kristy Garza

    Registration:

    Please register on or before July 14, 2010
    Use our online registration form or notify Kristy Garza at 916.321.4547 or KGarza@kmtg.com

    09.16.2009

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Privacy and the E-Workplace: Practical advice for every employer on how to properly prepare for and respond to employee privacy issues

    Date:


    Wed., September 16, 2009


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch included)


    Location:


    The Radisson Hotel

    500 Leisure Lane

    Sacramento, CA 95815


    MCLE Credit:


    3 hours


    Co-Sponsored By:

    California Employers Assocation (CEA)

    CEA helps member companies maximize the performance of their employees and organizations through talent, tools and training. Founded in 1937, CEA is a not-for–profit employers association that today serves over 700 employers throughout the state of California. CEA’s HR and business professionals provide expertise in the areas of compliance, recruitment, retention, surveys, safety and training and organizational development.

    Seminar Overview:

    Timely topics include:

    • Federal and state laws governing employee background checks
    • Employee drug testing
    • Workplace searches
    • Safeguarding employee medical, personal and personnel information
    • Monitoring employee use of e-mail, internet and other electronic media
    • Document retention policies and preserving electronic communications

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $25 per person (includes lunch and all printed materials)
    You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Kristy Garza

    Registration:

    Please register on or before September 4, 2009
    Use our online registration form or notify Kristy Garza at 916.321.4547 or KGarza@kmtg.com

    04.29.2009

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    Kronick Workshop

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    2009 Wage and Hour Compliance Seminar

    Date:


    Wed., April 29, 2009


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch included)


    Location:


    The Radisson Hotel

    500 Leisure Lane

    Sacramento, CA 95815


    MCLE Credit:


    3 hours


    Seminar Overview:

    What every employer needs to know about federal and state wage and hour laws, including:

    • Calculation of regular pay
    • Overtime liability
    • Compensable activities
    • Compensatory time-off
    • Alternative workweeks & other overtime avoidance mechanisms
    • Exempt vs. non-exempt classifications
    • Wage & hour litigation, including class action update

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $25 per person (includes lunch and all printed materials)
    You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Elizabeth Hardin

    Registration:

    Please register on or before April 15, 2009
    Use our online registration form or notify Elizabeth Hardin at 916.321.4547 or EHardin@kmtg.com to reserve your spot.

    09.17.2008

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Managing Employee Leaves of Absence

    Date:


    Wed., Sept. 17, 2008


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Presentation:


    9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch included)


    Location:


    The Vizcaya Pavilion

    2019 21st Street

    Sacramento, CA



    Complimentary valet parking is available for your convenience. Please pull up in front of the Vizcaya on 21st Street and an attendant will assist you.


    MCLE Credit:


    3 hours


    Seminar Overview:

    Learn how the U.S. Department of Labor’s new FMLA regulations affect you as an employer. This seminar will highlight the impact of the new DOL regulations and its significant changes, including:

    • New definition of "serious health condition"
    • New notification requirements for employers
    • New notification requirements for employees
    • Revised criteria for employee eligibility
    • Clarification of requirements for medical certification

    This seminar will also provide you with tips on how to navigate the complicated maze of FMLA, CFRA, PDL, ADA, PFl and workers’ compensation leave. You will also learn more about your legal rights and obligations regarding other kinds of leaves provided by state and federal law.

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Cost:

    $20 per person (includes lunch and all printed materials)
    You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz, et al
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Attn: Melissa Strand

    Registration:

    Deadline to register is Sept. 3, 2008
    Use our online registration form or notify Melissa Strand at 916.321.4222 or mstrand@kmtg.com to reserve your spot.

    09.12.2007

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    Kronick Workshop

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    Workplace Investigation Seminar

    Date:


    Wednesday

    September 12, 2007


    Registration & Coffee


    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.


    Program:


    9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

    (lunch included)


    Location:


    The Sterling Hotel

    1300 H Street

    Sacramento, CA



    Public parking garages are

    located near the hotel at

    13th & I St. and 14th & H St.


    Cost:


    $20 per person

    You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:



    Kronick Moskovitz, et al

    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor

    Sacramento, CA 95814

    Attn: Accounts Receivable


    MCLE Credit:


    3 hours


    Agenda Overview:

    Keep workplace wrinkles from becoming complex legal problems. Learn the proper way to conduct a workplace investigation.

    • Legal Bases and Concepts Regarding Workplace Investigations
    • Planning the Investigation
    • Principles of Effective Witness Interviews / Mock Witness Interviews
    • Documenting the Investigation / Preparation of Final Report
    • Taking Effective and Appropriate Disciplinary Action
    • Keynote Address by Greg Fisher / DFEH Enforcement Policies and Actions

    KMTG Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Keynote Speaker:

    Greg Fisher, Senior Staff Counsel
    Department of Fair Employment and Housing

    Registration:

    Deadline to register is Aug. 30, 2007
    Use our online registration form or notify Melissa Strand at 916.321.4525 or mstrand@kmtg.com to reserve your spot.

    12.07.2006

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    Kronick Breakfast Seminar

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    What’s New for 2007: Recent Developments in Employment and Labor Law

    Date:


    Thursday, December 7, 2006


    Registration & Breakfast:


    7:30 - 8:30 a.m.


    Program:


    8:30 - 10:30 a.m.


    Location:


    Embassy Suites

    100 Capitol Mall

    Sacramento, CA


    Cost:


    $60 per person

    Includes breakfast and printed materials


    Parking:


    Parking is available in the city lot directly across from the Embassy Suites. Four hours of complimentary parking available to all attendees. Parking coupons will be distributed at the seminar


    Seminar Agenda:

    • New Court Decisions Affecting Your Workplace
    • New Laws for Employers

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Who Should Attend:

    Private and public sector employers, including human resources managers, senior executives and other administrative personnel responsible for making personnel-related decisions should attend this seminar.

    Registration:

    Use our online registration form or call our KBK registration line at 916.321.4216. You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    ATTN: Alma Ablog

    10.27.2005

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    Kronick Breakfast Seminar

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    2005 Employment Labor Law Year in Review: Preparing Your Workplace for 2006 and Beyond

    Date:

    Thursday, October 27, 2005

    Registration & Breakfast:

    7:30 – 8:30 a.m.

    Program:

    8:30 – 10:30 a.m.

    Location:

    Embassy Suites
    100 Capitol Mall
    Sacramento, CA

    Cost:

    $60 per person
    Includes breakfast and printed materials

    Parking:

    Parking is available in the city lot directly across from the Embassy Suites. Four hours of complimentary parking available to all attendees. Parking coupons will be distributed at the seminar

    Seminar Agenda:

    • 2005 Decisions Affecting Your Workplace
    • 2005 Legislation Affecting Your Workplace
    • Practical Implementation of Changes to Your Workplace

    Presenters:

    [SPEAKERS]

    Who Should Attend:

    Private and public sector employers, including human resources managers, senior executives and other administrative personnel responsible for making personnel-related decisions should attend this seminar.

    Registration:

    Use our online registration form or call Teresa Patterson at (916) 321-4216. You may pay at the door or in advance by mailing a check payable to:

    Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
    400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor
    Sacramento CA 95814