Wage & Hour Class Actions: What Companies Doing Business in California Need to Know

September 7, 2012 - 8:19 AM
Topics: CDF News & Events

Employing people in California means dealing with California’s unique and complex wage and hour regulations.  California employers are increasingly finding themselves having to defend against costly wage and hour class actions and PAGA lawsuits.  These lawsuits frequently cost large sums of money to resolve, either through litigation or settlement.  To aid companies in navigating past California’s wage and hour class action minefields, CDF partners Tim Freudenberger and Alison Tsao are hosting a complimentary webinar on September 19, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. PDT.  We will be discussing the most common types of California wage and hour violations that provoke class action litigation and will offer ways to avoid, manage and resolve these issues to help minimize the risk of a costly wage and hour class action lawsuit.  

In this webinar, we will review:

The most common types of California wage and hour claims that result in class action litigation
What you should know about the class action process if you are facing a putative wage and hour class action
How to avoid potential class action claims, including reviewing key policies and procedures to ensure compliance with California law

We hope you will join us for this engaging and informative webinar!  MCLE and HRCI credit is available.  To register, click here.

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Cal Labor Law

Robin E. Largent is a Partner in CDF’s Sacramento office and may be reached at 916.361.0991 or rlargent@cdflaborlaw.com BIO »

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