Employment/Labor for Public Sector Employers
Treaver K. Hodson, Esq. at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP
Whether your organization is a federal, state, county, city or other municipality; a school district; a public hospital; or other governmental entity, all public sector employers should stay informed of the ever-changing Federal labor and employment laws. This program covers the basics of Federal labor and employment issues, along with pertinent updates to the law based on legislation, caselaw and agency decisions and rulemaking for:
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act
- Family and Medical Leave Act
- National Labor Relations Act and Recent NLRB developments
- Title VII issues
Treaver Hodson, Esq. is a Partner with Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP in Sacramento, California, where he represents management before federal and state courts and administrative agencies in all aspects of employment law litigation. His representation has included such areas of expertise as wrongful termination, unlawful discrimination and harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, workplace violence, leaves of absence, unfair competition and misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract and defamation. Mr. Hodson also represents management in all aspects of labor law before the NLRB and similar state agencies including representation elections, unfair labor practice charges and hearings, collective bargaining negotiations, contract arbitrations and picketing and strikes. Mr. Hodson's practice also includes management advice in all areas of employment and labor law, including employee training, discipline and termination decisions, employment policies and procedures, employment, arbitration and trade secret agreements, required leaves of absence, employee benefit issues, prevention of union organizing, wage and hour issues, and various other employment related state and federal statutes. Mr. Hodson is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Sections of the California State and Sacramento County bar associations. He has contributed articles dealing with wage and hour issues to the bi-weekly California Employment Law Monitor and has published a law review comment regarding application of federal discrimination laws to religious entities. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark Law School with honors where he received the Hugh B. Brown Barristers Award and was Note & Comment Editor for the Brigham Young University Law Review.
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