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GCLA To Hold Labor Seminar July 8 Near LAX

Posted on June 19, 2013

LOS ANGELES -- The Greater California Livery Association will hold a Labor & Employment Law Seminar on July 8 that will cover recent changes in employment law and help limo operators better manage employee-related risks and claims.

The seminar will be held 8:45 am. to 3:30 p.m. on Monday, July 8 at the Embassy Suites LAX, 9801 Airport Blvd., Los Angeles. The seminar is open to current GCLA members only and is limited to 75 people. It includes continental breakfast and lunch. Parking costs $10 per vehicle.

Seminar schedule and details here.

The speakers include Joseph Lordan of Lewis Brisbois Bisgarrd & Smith and Jamie Laurent and Bashir Eusatche from Marron Lawyers.

Topics include:

  • Wage and Hour- Meal / Rest Breaks-Overtime
  • Class Action Lawsuits / Arbitration Agreements
  • Wrongful Termination / American Disabilities Act

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Source: GCLA

Related Topics: California operators, employee issues, employee wages, Greater California Livery Association, labor laws, lawsuits, wage lawsuits

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