2 Part CLE Webinar:
The Post-2020 Employment Law Landscape
Part 2: Local mandates, wage and hour claims, ADA/FEHA considerations.
Understanding how the Covid-19 pandemic will affect employment law both in the present and future is essential knowledge to any practicing California Employment Lawyer. Make sure you are prepared to handle these evolving legal issues. CLE credits are pending in California for this course
Lisa Hird Chung practices in the area of employment law and litigation. Ms. Chung has defended employers in single plaintiff, representative and class action lawsuits involving wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, harassment, trade secrets, breach of contract, fraud, and wage and hour claims, among others.
Valerie was previously a litigator at Jones Day where she represented clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including products liability and intellectual property cases. She then joined an intellectual property litigation boutique, where she represented clients in patent, copyright, and trademark cases. She received her J.D. from Stanford Law School and a B.A. from Princeton University.
Efaon is devoted to representing working people in a wide range of employment and labor law matters. Efaon’s practice includes vigorously representing employees in all forms of harassment and discrimination (i.e. sexual, gender based, racial, disability, sexual orientation, as well as others), and wrongful termination and retaliation. Efaon is experienced in handling wage and hour matters, including meal and rest break violations, and actions for overtime pay.