Events

Kronick attorneys are frequent speakers on a variety of legal topics pertinent to our clients and their industries. If you are seeking a speaker for an upcoming event, please feel free to contact us to discuss potential topics and dates.

09.18.2018

Managing the Chronically Absent Employee

09.26.2018

Back to Basics: Public Contracting

DATE:

September 18-19

LOCATION:

McClellan Conference Center, Sacramento

ORGANIZED BY:

Sacramento Area Human Resource Association (SAHRA)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick is pleased to again sponsor SAHRA’s Annual Conference on September 18-19, 2018 in Sacramento. Senior Counsels Rex Berry and Susana Solano will discuss the employer’s rights and obligations when dealing with an employee requesting leaves or accommodation under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), the Americans with Disabilities Act, Federal Family and Medical Leave Act, California Family Rights Act, Workers’ Compensation Act and other applicable laws. Attendees will receive instruction in the requirements of these various laws, and options for working with the impacted employees.

REGISTRATION:

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DATE:

September 24-27

LOCATION:

Indian Wells, CA

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ORGANIZED BY:

California Special Districts Association (CSDA)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick is pleased to again sponsor CSDA’s Annual Conference on September 24-27, 2018 in Indian Wells. Shareholder Maggie Stern will review the legal requirements related to procurement of goods, non-professional and professional services, and public projects. Being able to properly classify a purchase and identify the applicable purchasing laws and policies can prevent delays and save staff time, and will limit your district’s legal exposure. Maggie will discuss the legal standard for each category of procurement, such as when to use a request for qualifications, request for proposals, or issue an invitation to bid; as well as common mistakes to avoid for each category, such as failing to require prevailing wages in your contracts when required; and provide special tips to improve your contracting process and protect your district, such as suggestions for how to minimize haggling over your district’s standard contract.

REGISTRATION:

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11.14.2018

Employment Law: 2018 Comprehensive Guide

12.05.2018

Labor Relations In The Wake Of Janus v. AFSCME

DATE:

November 14

LOCATION:

Redding, CA

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ORGANIZED BY:

National Business Institute (NBI)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick Shareholder Christopher Onstott will present on the following topics: 4 Monitoring Employees: Privacy Issues and Employer Risks and 5 Dealing With the Troubled/Troubling Employee.

REGISTRATION:

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DATE:

December 5 – 7

LOCATION:

Monterey, CA

ORGANIZED BY:

California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick is pleased to again sponsor CALPELRA’s Annual Conference on December 3-7, 2018 in Monterey. Shareholders David Tyra and Laura Izon will discuss the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Janus v. AFSCME. If the Court overrules Abood v. Detroit Board of Education
and holds that agency (or “fair share”) fees constitute an unconstitutional violation of First Amendment rights, the decision will portend a major change in California public labor relations. In this session you’ll learn about likely responses to the Janus decision, from further legislative responses of the type already seen (e.g., AB 119 [union access to new hires] and SB 285 [prohibiting public employers from deterring or discouraging union membership]), to the impact on collective bargaining, and to potential legal challenges to the elimination of agency fees. If you’re interested in the seismic shift in labor relations the Janus decision likely represents, you must attend this session.

REGISTRATION:

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12.05.2018

Case Studies In Employee Leaves, Reasonable Accommodation, And The Interactive Process

12.14.2018

The Rules of Evidence: A Practical Toolkit

DATE:

December 5 – 7

LOCATION:

Monterey, CA

ORGANIZED BY:

California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick is pleased to again sponsor CALPELRA’s Annual Conference on December 3-7, 2018 in Monterey. Shareholder David Tyra and Associate Jennifer Weiner will discuss how to manage leaves in light of the numerous overlapping laws, how to determine appropriate and effective reasonable accommodations (including leaves) for employees who require them to perform the essential functions of their jobs, and how to conduct effective interactive process meetings with employees and their representatives … all these situations present significant challenges for employers. If you have basic knowledge of the various laws providing employees with leave rights – FMLA, CFRA, ADA, workers’ comp, etc. – then in this session you’ll learn about some of the more difficult, complex, and advanced issues arising from employee leaves and reasonable accommodation requests, with a particular emphasis on the overlapping nature of the various applicable laws, and techniques for handling those issues.

REGISTRATION:

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DATE:

December 14

LOCATION:

Sacramento, CA

Related Practices/Industries

ORGANIZED BY:

National Business Institute (NBI)

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Kronick Shareholder Christopher Onstott will present on the following topics: The “Big Six” Admissibility Questions, Understanding Hearsay and Keeping Evidence Out (Pre And Post Trial).

REGISTRATION:

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