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Attend this ATA Law Review webinar on the latest significant employment and labor law development for the first half of 2018. We’ll be covering U.S. Supreme Court cases and California cases that can or will impact the trucking and transportation industries in the near and far term. Hanson Bridgett Partner, Paul Mello, will update cover states’ efforts to ban “salary history: in the hiring process” and their responses to the #MeToo movement. Whether you are a union or non-union employer, the legal decisions made in the last six months related to terms of employment, dues, class action law suits, rate calculations, timekeeping, worker classification, FLSA, and sexual harassment, are anticipated to impact your operations – if not now, possibly in the future.
About the Presenter:
Paul B. Mello, Partner, Hanson Bridgett LLP
Paul B. Mello is a Partner at the firm of Hanson Bridgett LLP in its Walnut Creek office. His practice focuses on complex employment litigation, and he has significant experience in all aspects of the transportation industry. Paul’s practice also includes providing compliance advice and counseling on employment law and transportation law issues. He represents public and private sector clients in administrative actions and/or investigations before or by the Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board (DOSH actions), the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), the Office of the Labor Commissioner, and the United States Department of Labor (DOL). Paul frequently counsels employers and management in litigation prevention and compliance issues including leave of absence, accommodation of disabilities, wage and hour, employee discipline and termination, internal investigations, personnel policy issues, and reductions in force. His full bio can be found here.
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