CCPA FAQs and Tips: What California Employers Need to Know, Part I

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2020, and enforcement actions will begin on July 1, 2020. The CCPA has broad application and includes a private right of action as well as the possibility of a class action. Attorneys from Ogletree Deakins’ Data Privacy Practice Group are presenting a series of webinars to prepare employers doing business in California for this complex law. Join these sessions for insights and practical tips applicable to data privacy programs in California, as well as multistate and global programs.

Workforce Reductions in France: Tools and Tips For Employers

The Macron Ordinances Ratification Act of March 29, 2018, changed the legal landscape in France by reforming the old measures that had governed workforce reductions and introducing new tools and options for employers. Today, employers can choose different instruments depending on the needs of their projects. In this webinar, we will present an assessment of the new measures after 17 months of use and provide practical feedback.

Made in Maine: An Update on New Laws Affecting Employers

Lawmakers in Maine closed out the 2019 legislative session with a flurry of activity, and Governor Janet Mills signed into law many significant measures affecting employers. For example, Maine became the first state to mandate that private employers provide paid leave (not just sick leave) for any reason. Join attorneys from our Portland, Maine, office for an update on the new laws and insight into other expected changes, such as the legalization of recreational marijuana and expanded employee privacy protections.