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Employment Law, the Battle Ground for Civil Rights (1.0 Elimination of Bias Participatory Credit)

What Employers Should Know in the Wake of Civil Unrest & the #BLM Movement

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60 minutes
Date Published

August 25, 2020

Publisher

San Diego County Bar Association

Subjects

Labor & Employment Law

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Summary

60 years after the passing of the Civil Rights Act, the nation is faced with the reality that Black Americans are still fighting for progress, equality, and social justice. How far have we come? How much farther must we go? In an age where employees are encouraged to speak up and speak out, where is the line? This discussion will explore the social unrest and civil discourse in response to protests and police brutality related to the BLM movement; recent employment laws addressing systemic racism and loop holes in implementing the Civil Rights Act of 1964; and practical advice for navigating the issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Presenters

Hali M. Anderson, Esq.
Senior Associate - Graham Hollis, APC

Hali Anderson has been litigating wage and hour class actions as well as single plaintiff employment discrimination,... Read More

Kim L. Carter, Esq.
Counsel - Klinedinst

Kim L. Carter represents California businesses in employment litigation involving claims of race/disability discrimination,... Read More

Regina Petty, Esq.
Partner - Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Regina Petty is a partner in the San Diego and Los Angeles offices. She practices in state and federal courts at the trial... Read More

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Employment Law, the Battle Ground for Civil Rights - Video
Employment Law, the Battle Ground for Civil Rights - Paper
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