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    Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

    Date: May 12, 2016, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    Location:
    Corral de Tierra Country Club
    Price:
    $45 at the door
    Event Type:
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    Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

    Presented by Christine H. Long, Partner with Berliner Cohen LLP

    When a complaint is made, the clock starts ticking on potential litigation and liability.  Therefore, it is imperative that a company handle any internal investigation timely and properly.  

    This seminar is designed to provide each professional with tools that will make the investigation process work for you – not against you.

    An internal investigation can be a daunting process if you aren’t armed with the tools you need to conduct the investigation. You will learn the latest laws relating to work place claims, and be actively involved in learning the tools necessary to conduct an investigation in compliance with the law.

    Ms. Long maintains a diverse litigation practice in employment, hospitality, business litigation and real estate. Ms. Long is the Chair of the Employment Law Practice Group and Hospitality Practice Group.

    Ms. Long’s employment and hospitality litigation practice includes handling wage and hour claims, claims of employment discrimination, ADA compliance, wrongful termination, and breach of employment contract cases.  She has experience with class action litigation, FLSA and EEOC investigations and ADA Compliance.  In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Long counsels clients on all aspects of employment, including complaints made to and investigations initiated by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Labor Commissioner, and the EEOC on matters relating to employment including compensation issues, mandatory leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, and reductions-in-force for individuals, companies and local government.  Ms. Long regularly speaks on employment and hospitality issues of interest.

    In the real estate and business litigation areas, Ms. Long has represented parties in a variety of matters, including commercial and residential sales disputes, partnership disagreements and dissolutions, partition actions, commercial landlord/tenant suits, easement and boundary claims, and CC&R.