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Annual Labor And Employment Law Symposium
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Los Angeles County Bar Association – LACBA This Week

Presented by the Labor & Employment Law Section

Labor and Employment Law Section

2011 Annual Labor and Employment Law Symposium

Wilshire Grand Hotel930 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90017

7.5 hrs. CLE credits including 1 hr Ethics Credit

Program Description:

The 2011 Labor & Employment Law Symposium provides practical advice and cutting-edge panel discussions about labor and employment law issues of critical importance to attorneys, judges, neutrals, government practitioners, union representatives, in-house counsel, and human resource professionals. The symposium provides a unique intellectual experience allowing the panelists, all of whom are recognized experts in their fields, to share new perspectives, ideas, and information. Each panel discussion covers opposing viewpoints, interpretations and strategies, and will encourage audience participation.

“Help Yourself, But Watch Out For The Ethical Dilemmas!”

Panelists:

Honorable Judge Judith C. Chirlin

Toni J. Jaramilla of The Law Offices of Toni J. Jaramilla

Laura W. Shelby

This panel will deal with the ramifications employees may be faced with when they

engage in actions that they believe are necessary to “protect” their rights in the work

place. Examples include employees who take records from an employer believing it

will prove their employer’s wrongdoing; and employees who use electronic media,

while not at work, to “blow the whistle” or to criticize their employer. We will hear

opinions about these and other ethical dilemmas from an experienced judicial officer

as well as seasoned plaintiff and defense counsel. One hour of CLE credit for ethics.

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