The ADA, Age Discrimination, And Worker Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic
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Human Trafficking: A Primer for Employment Law Practitioners
Published by California Employment Lawyers Association and National Employment Lawyers Association

Human trafficking is a very serious issue that has received a lot of media attention in recent years. Did you know that it could affect your employment law practice, too? Join Professor Ruth Silver Taube as she discusses how to incorporate human trafficking causes of action into the employment cases you already file. Many workers who are trafficked to California solely to fill positions in the workforce wind up suffering further workplace indignities and violations once they arrive, including discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour violations. Please make time for this important and informative webinar so you can learn how to champion the rights of the most disenfranchised in our society.

Ruth Silver Taube
Ruth Silver Taube is a partner in the law firm of Silver & Taube specializing in ERISA and in mediation of employment disputes. Ms. Silver Taube has practiced before the Superior Court and District Court and the California Courts of Appeal and the...More
Leonard Sansanowicz
Leonard H. Sansanowicz is an associate at Feldman Browne Olivares, APC. Mr. Sansanowicz has devoted his entire practice to protecting the rights of California employees, having successfully represented employees in employment disputes, including...More
Originally Published
January 28, 2016

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Human Trafficking: A Primer for Employment Law Practitioners - Video
  2. Human Trafficking: A Primer for Employment Law Practitioners - Audio
  3. Human Trafficking: A Primer for Employment Law Practitioners - Slide Handout
  4. Human Trafficking Intake Form - Paper
  5. Human Trafficking Examples - Paper
  6. Order Pena Canal - Paper
  7. State Court Complaint - Paper
  8. Doe v. Ding Complaint - Paper

How To Attend
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Technical Requirements
You may access this course on a computer or mobile device with high speed internet (iPhones require iOS 10 or higher). Recommended browsers are Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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