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Los Angeles - THE DLSE'S GROWING ARSENAL: What Every Employer Needs to Know
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Join a representative of the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), an employment defense attorney, and an in-house employment lawyer for a panel discussion on two recent developments in California employment law: the Wage Theft Protection Act and the DLSE’s Criminal Investigation Unit...

When: Wednesday
11:30am - 1:00pm
Where: Nossaman, LLP Downtown L.A.
777 Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California 
United States
Contact: Angelina Ramos

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LOS ANGELES EVENT - September 12, 2012
What Every Employer Needs to Know
Join the experts for a panel discussion of two recent developments in California employment law: the Wage Theft Protection Act and the new Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) Criminal Investigation Unit.
Panelists will address:
Best practices for complying with Wage Theft Protection Act notice requirements
Overview of the Criminal Investigation Unit’s authority, mission and priorities
What employers can do to avoid the ire of the Criminal Investigation Unit
The Wage Theft Protection Act, took effect in 2012. It requires employers to give new specific non-exempt, non-union hires notice with information about wages and pay practices, establishes new penalties for non-compliance, and extends the statute of limitations for the DLSE to collect statutory penalties from 1 to 3 years.

The DLSE’s recently launched Criminal Investigation Unit (CIU) is responsible for investigating "wage theft and other criminal activities against workers,” making arrests for Labor Code violations, filing criminal charges, and serving subpoenas and inspection warrants. The CIU is comprised of sworn law enforcement officers.

Wednesday Sept. 12, 2012

11:30AM - 12:00PM [Registration & Lunch]
12:00PM - 1:00PM [Panel Presentation]

Nossaman LLP, Downtown L.A.
777 Figueroa Street

Parking will be validated for Ernst & Young Plaza Parking Only, below 777 Figueroa Tower. Enter garage from 7th or 8th St.

Aundrea L. Smith - Moderator
Associate, Sanchez & Amador LLP
Frank Capetillo
Senior Special Investigator, Department of Industrial Relations, DLSE
Amber Grayhorse
Senior Associate, Nossaman LLP
Tim Lykowski
Senior Vice President/Employment
Litigation, Fox Group Legal Department
CMCP Members - No charge
Non-Members: $25.00
1 hour CLE credit (materials online)
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