February 13, 2020

Page Three

Plenary

Ethics in the Age of Technology

Bring Your Own Device: The Technical Perspective
Dr. Gavin W. Manes

Digital Forensics Use: Case Studies
Dr. Gavin W. Manes

Labor, Ethics and Technology--Expanding the Definition of What it Means to be a Labor Lawyer
Alvin A. Velazquez and Nicholas Gleichman

Supreme Court Update

Labor and Employment Decisions from the Supreme Court 2013-14 Term: Unusual Unanimity While Navigating an Ongoing Debate on Interpreting the Meaning of Words
Michael Z. Green

Workplace Trends in a Transitioning Society

Workplace Trends in a Transitioning Society (Power Point)

Workplace Developments
Lynne C. Hermle

Public Sector

Can Civil Service Discharge, Teacher Tenure and Public Employee Evaluation Procedures Co-exist?

Amendments to Civil Service Discharge, Teacher Tenure and Public Employee Evaluation Procedures: Is Something “Broken,” and If So, How Should It Be “Fixed”?
Dr. Omar Castillo

Amendments to Civil Service Discharge, Teacher Tenure and Public Employee Evaluation Procedures: Is Something “Broken,” and If So, How Should It Be “Fixed”?
Kimkea L. Harris

Recent Developments in the Law of Teacher Dismissal in California
CTA Legal Department

The Continued Battle Over “Right-to Work,” “Paycheck Fairness” and “Employee Rights”

Financial Threats to Pluralism: Challenges to the Financial Security of Public Sector Labor Unions Threaten Labor Relations Stability and the Public Welfare
Joel A. D’Alba

Harris V. Quinn and the Contradictions of Compelled Speech
Catherine L. Fisk

DUES AND DEEP POCKETS: Public-Sector Unions’ Money Machine

THE NAYS HAVE IT: When Public Sector Unions Win in California

The Trouble with Public Sector Unions

City Journal: Workers of the World, Reminisce!

City Journal: With Friends Like These

The Battle Over Collective Bargaining in Government

Electing Your Own Boss
Daniel DiSalvo

Railway & Airlines

The Railway Labor Act: You Can’t Go Anywhere without It!

Major and Minor Disputes under the Railway Labor Act; Distinguishing between Them under the Conrail Test: And How the Test Has Been Applied--Has Its Application Given Effect to the Act
Richard S. Edelman

The Scope of Railway Labor Act Coverage
Deirdre Hamilton, Aparna B. Joshi and Jillian Weinstein

Wage and Hour

The Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division--Strategic Enforcement and the Changing Workplace

Blog:The Fissured Workplace by David Weil

Blog: Strategic Enforcement to Maximize Impact by David Weil

An Update on Misclassification Litigation, including Joint Employment and Related Issues

Differentiating Between Independent Contractor & Employee: Case Law Update
Michele R. Fisher

Summary of 2014 Federal Court Rulings in FLSA Collective and Class Action Misclassification Cases
Lindbergh Porter

Best Practices for Wage and Hour Compliance

Best Practices for Wage and Hour Compliance
Kristen H. Albertson, Susan N. Eisenberg, Gregory K. McGillivary and Rachhana T. Srey

How to Measure and Prove Damages in Wage and Hour Cases

How to Measure and Prove Damages in Wage and Hour Cases
J. Derek Braziel, Beth A. Ross and G. Edward (Ted) Anderson

Litigating Hybrids under FRCP 23 and Section 216: How Do You Certify a Class and a Collective Action?

The Hybrid Action: Combining FLSA Collective Actions with State Wage and Hour Class Actions
Steven W. Moore, Molly A. Elkin and Laura L. Ho

Pay Disparity: Litigation, Enforcement and Remedies

Pay Disparity: Litigation, Enforcement and Remedies
Hon. Patricia A. Shiu

Pay Disparity: Litigation, Enforcement and Remedies
Sarah Crawford

Views from the Federal Contractor Community on OFCCP’s Focus on Compensation
David Fortney

Pay Disparity and Enforcement from the Perspective of the Plaintiff’s Bar
Jon C. Goldfarb

Wage and Hour Basics

ABA Wage & Hour Basics--FLSA Collective Actions and Rule 23 Hybrids
Christine M. Jalbert

ABA Wage & Hour Basics: Coverage, Exemptions and Independent Contractors
Hope Pordy

Tipped Employees
David A. Prather