Webinars

The 2015 schedule has been set for our popular free labor and employment law training program! The year’s eight sessions include webinars and in-person events.

If you are interested in attending, please send an email to training@meyersnave.com.

We look forward to seeing you soon!     

Please join Meyers Nave attorneys Geoff Spellberg and Kevin McLaughlin as they provide a round-up of the biggest employment verdicts of 2014, with an emphasis on verdicts involving public sector employers.  2014 saw a number of verdicts involving claims of individual plaintiffs in excess of $1 million, including employees of state, county, and local public entities.  These, along with a number of defense verdicts, provide a goldmine of information regarding the key issues that motivate juries and distinguish serious claims from the rest.

You are invited to join Meyers Nave attorney Spencer Wilson as he provides a comprehensive legislative update in the area of labor and employment law. In this webinar, Spencer will discuss the impact of recent legislative developments, with a primary focus on public sector employers.  Spencer’s discussion will cover a broad array of topics including pension reform, new sick leave requirements, and changes in harassment and nondiscrimination laws.

Meyers Nave invites you to view our previously hosted webinar, "Vested Rights - Developments In Public Employment Retirement Benefits - One Case at A Time"

Meyers Nave invites you to view our previously hosted webinar, "What's New at PERB?"

Employee medical leave requests present a host of challenges for employers, not the least of which is determining which leave laws apply.

Meyers Nave invites you to view our previously hosted webinar about the AB 646 factfinding process.  This webinar will provide you with an overview of the factfinding process and assist local public agencies in developing practice and strategy for labor negotiations in light of factfinding requirements.

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, texting, blogging, posting and chatting….OH MY! Your employees are utilizing social media in increasing numbers. Social media at work presents employers with a growing list of concerns, including whether to put up with it or ban it, how to respond to posts that complain about the employer, and the perils of accessing it in hiring and disciplinary decisions.

View a recording of our webinar, "Safely Navigating the Minefield: Handling Bidding Irregularities and Subcontractor Issues," where we provide a review of bidder relief and subcontractor substitution and listing law.

Particularly when work is scarce and bidding is aggressive—as it is in today’s market, some contractors appear to use bid protests in an attempt to take control of the award process.