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Sonic v. Calabasas, Forced Arbitration Update, and a Game Changer for Wage Cases

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$25 for CELA Members

90 minutes
Date Published

December 12, 2013

Publisher

California Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

ADR/Forced Arbitration

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Summary

In this 90-minute webinar recording, you'll
*Hear about the implications of Sonic v. Calabasas and Chavarria v. Ralphs Grocery Co.,
*Get an important update on forced arbitration, and
*Hear how SB 462, just signed into law, changes the game in straight wage cases.


If you’re an employee-side wage-and-hour lawyer, you MUST attend this webinar!

This webinar is limited to CELA and NELA members only.

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Presenters

Scot Bernstein

Co-Chair, CELA Legislative Committee

Miles Locker
Partner - Locker Folberg LLP, San Francisco

Miles Locker is well known for his sixteen years of service as an attorney for the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement,... Read More

Claire Prestel
Staff Attorney - Public Justice, Washington, D.C.

Claire Prestel is a Staff Attorney with Public Justice in Washington, D.C., where she represents employees and consumers and... Read More

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Sonic v. Calabasas, Forced Arbitration Update, and a Game Changer for Wage Cases - Video
Sonic v. Calabasas, Forced Arbitration Update, and a Game Changer for Wage Cases - Audio
Sonic v. Calabasas, Forced Arbitration Update, and a Game Changer for Wage Cases - Paper
Miles Locker Article - Paper
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