On September 1st Seattle's Sick Leave and Safe Time Ordinance (the "Ordinance") went into effect. Join us for a webinar as we walk through real-life scenarios analyzing the new sick leave law and how it interacts and overlaps with other laws. Questions regarding the new Ordinance can be sent ahead of time for inclusion in the presentation.
Stephanie Beers, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP. Stephanie Beers is an attorney in the Labor & Employment Group. She concentrates her practice on employment related issues arising under federal, Washington, Oregon, California, and Alaska law. Ms. Beers represents employers facing litigation on all employment related issues, including claims for wage and hour violations, retaliation, wrongful termination, and discrimination. She counsels employers on investigating and responding to equal employment opportunity charges. She also assists companies in litigation of non-compete violations and misappropriation of trade secrets.
John Peterson, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP. John Peterson is an associate in the Labor & Employment Group. He concentrates his practice on employment litigation and advice, including litigation of non-compete violations, discrimination claims and misappropriation of trade secrets.
Michael Chin, Enforcement Manager, The Seattle Office For Civil Rights. Michael Chin is the Enforcement Manager for the Seattle Office for Civil Rights. His expertise is in the area of investigating employment and housing discrimination and has previously worked for the Washington State Human Rights Commission. Since 2006, Mr. Chin has successfully mediated employment, housing and family cases for government agencies and nonprofit organizations including the Washington State Human Rights Commission, Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, Seattle Federal Executive Board, Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution, and the City of Seattle.
To register for the webinar, click here.