Employment Law & Annual Legal Update: Year in Review & Looking Ahead
Join us for a legal update regarding significant cases decided in 2021 and legislation passed for 2022. What does this mean for your business? Join us, this informative session is free for members.
Join us for a legal update regarding significant cases decided in 2021 and legislation passed for 2022, where we’ll review the following issues and more:
- Wage & Hour, including proper time rounding practices
- Arbitration, including the status of AB 51’s ban on the mandatory arbitration of employment disputes
- Construction Subcontracting, including expanded general contractor liability for subcontractor wage/fringe benefit underpayments
- Prevailing Wage, including three recent California Supreme Court coverage decisions
- Private Attorneys General Act, including calculation of penalties for initial vs. subsequent violations
Join AGC of California with Carrie Bushman of Cook Brown, LLP for this informative workshop! This virtual session will be hosted live on Zoom, those who register will be provided the link to join. We will have time to field your questions, so please come prepared in advance!
About the Instructors
In her labor and employment law practice, she is particularly known for her work in prevailing wage and apprenticeship law, traditional labor law, labor arbitration, wage and hour law, wrongful termination, sexual harassment prevention training, and other employment discrimination matters. She also advises employers on a variety of personnel matters, including family and medical leave issues, disability accommodation, employee handbooks, background checks, drug testing, discipline, and terminations.
Prior to joining Cook Brown, Carrie worked for an employee benefits and labor law firm in San Francisco and for the United States Department of Labor. She also interned for the Employment Law Center in San Francisco. She teaches a labor relations class in the Construction Management Program at California State University, Sacramento.
Carrie graduated cum laude from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she was a staff member of the USF Law Review and received the American Jurisprudence Award for Community Property. She graduated magna cum laude from the California State University, Sacramento, as an undergraduate.
She is licensed to practice before all California state courts and the Northern, Eastern, and Central Federal district courts of California.