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Labor and Employment Law Nuts and Bolts Series, Part V - Recorded: 09/15/15

Labor and Employment Law Nuts and Bolts Series, Part V - Recorded: 09/15/15

Labor and Employment Law Nuts and Bolts Series, Part V - Recorded: 09/15/15

Richard H. Rahm & Richard Schramm
Richard H. Rahm & Richard Schramm
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

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Launch date: 08 May 2017

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Last updated: 26 May 2017

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Please join the ACBA Labor and Employment and Barristers Sections for the fifth program in the Labor and Employment Nuts & Bolts Series.

Over a full decade after the implementation of the Private Attorney General Act of 2004, debate continues in both the legal community and the courts over some of the most fundamental elements of this statute.

In this seminar, the panelists will provide insight from both sides of the aisle on the questions and controversies still surrounding PAGA claims, the challenges facing those now litigating them, and how the most recent court decisions will impact how these cases will be prosecuted and defended going forward.

Recorded: 09/15/15

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Understand the questions and controversies still surrounding PAGA claims, the challenges facing those now litigating them, and how the most recent court decisions will impact how these cases will be prosecuted and defended going forward.
2. Examine some of the most fundamental elements of this statute.
Richard H. Rahm & Richard Schramm

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Richard H. Rahm & Richard Schramm
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

Richard H. Rahm counsels and represents employers primarily in wage-and-hour class action litigation in the transportation, financial, and retail industries, as well as public employment litigation. Mr. Rahm has over 20 years of experience in successfully representing employers in jury trials, state and federal appeals, and arbitrations. He has written a number of articles on various aspects of the FAAAA, FAA, PAGA, and wage and hour issues arising under the California Labor Code.

Bar ID: 130728

With over 40 years handling all aspects of employment law, Mr. Schramm has extensive experience in state and federal courts, representing individual employees, executives, and small businesses. He is a seasoned trial attorney prosecuting and defending wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, breach of contract, and wage-hour cases. Mr. Schramm has achieved consistently favorable results both from trials, and in arbitrations and mediations. He has argued cases before both federal and state Appellate Courts, as well as more than 15 different federal and state agencies.

Bar ID: 151696

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • State Bar of California
  • 1.00 Hours

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