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Forum: New Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
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11/8/2019
When: 11/8/2019
7:30 - 9:00 AM
Where: M3
161 Pasadena Ave., Suite A
So. Pasadena, California  91030
United States
Contact: 626.796.7601


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EMPLOYMENT UPDATE: NEW SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

                                                                                       Approved for 1 LU      

 

Attend this forum led by Ryan Kohler of Collins Collins Muir + Stewart who will provide an update on the new sexual harassment training requirements for architects. Attend, learn and earn LU(s)!

Summary:
Employment Law Update for Architects: New sexual harassment training requirements, independent contractor classification, and other critical employment developments. Training requirements exists for the purposes of compliance and social awareness. This course defines the importance and role of ethical practices in business.

Learning Objectives:

1. Fundamentals of business planning
2. Business Metrics, Business Development metrics
3. Utilizing Metrics to inform strategy and decisions

WHEN
Friday, November 8
7:30-9:00am
7:30-8:00am breakfast
8:00-9:00am program

WHERE
M3
161 Pasadena Ave., Suite A
So. Pasadena, 91030


COST (includes breakfast)
$5 AIA Member pre-registered
$10 Non-AIA Member pre-registered
$5 Student
$15 at the door

SPEAKER


Ryan J. Kohler is a trial attorney in the firm’s South Pasadena office, with a practice focus on professional liability, employment matters, construction, and business litigation. In the construction field, he has helped clients on a wide range of issues including contract formation, risk management, unpaid fee resolution, and liability defense. He also helps a broad range of clients with employment and HR issues, including wage and hour claims,
discrimination, retaliation, and the defense of employment lawsuits in courts and administrative state agencies. Mr. Kohler also helps clients respond to employment issues as they arise and assists employers in structuring effective and practical personnel policies, handbooks, and protocols to help minimize employment-related litigation.

In addition, Mr. Kohler is active on committees for the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), and involved with the American Institute of Architects – Los Angeles Chapter (AIA-LA), and Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA). He is also a trustee of the Pasadena Bar Association.

Mr. Kohler received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University and his law degree from the University of Southern California Law School. His recent publications and seminars include The Limits of Reasonable Accommodation, Zen and the Art of Contractual Indemnity, and Inquiring Minds and the FMLA.

 


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