2018/2019 Year End Legal Update

Date:  Friday, November 30, 2018
Time:  7:30am-9:30pm
Location:  TBD
Address:   

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Cost for Event:  Member $35
                              Guest $45


Presented by:  Joe Ortiz

The California Labor Code is an ever-expanding set of rules governing you and the operation of your organization. It is important to keep up to date on recent changes, as well as potential legislation that you may want to stay ahead of. Know what is affecting your organization, and ask the questions specific to your operation, by attending our 2018/2019 Legal Update!!

Topics include legislation that was recently signed, legislation going into effect January 1, 2019 as well as through the year, and pending legislation that you want to keep your eyes and ears open for.


​This program has been submitted for 1.5 SHRM and HRCI recertification credits.


Speaker Bio:

Joseph T. Ortiz is an experienced trial lawyer and human resources attorney and Partner at Best Best & Krieger LLP. He has successfully tried employment matters before state and federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitration tribunals on claims of all types.  Joseph is also the Chair of the Riverside Chambers of Commerce and he sits on the California Fair Employment and Housing Council.

Joseph maintains a close working relationship with the human resource departments of the agencies and organizations he serves. By keeping in contact, he is able to seamlessly step in when called upon to address personnel issues. He also continually consults and provides employers with a variety of human resources services.

While employers hope that personnel issues don’t result in lawsuits, it inevitably happens. Because Joseph is usually involved in issues once they arise, he advises clients on the best ways to handle lawsuits. He has handled arbitrations, mediations, state court hearings and trials and appeals on behalf of employers. His experience working as mediator as a panelist for Riverside County Dispute Resolution Services gives him valuable insight when reviewing and analyzing a matter for a client.

Joseph taught employment law as an adjunct professor at the University of California, Riverside extension program. Joseph is a first generation immigrant in a Guatemalan family that loves music. His sister is a professional musician, he plays the blues and even the oldest of his three young children is already in on the act with piano lessons. He is admitted to practice law in the State of California.

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