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Ring in the New Year Lawsuit Free — A Review of California Employment Laws That Affect the Fitness Industry

Pair of Sporting Equipment Shoes with Webinar InformationCDF Partners Tim Freudenberger and John Giovannone will be conducting the webinar "Ringing in the New Year Lawsuit Free — A Review of California Employment Laws That Affect the Fitness Industry" for members of the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) on January 16, 2019.

Presenters: Tim Freudenberger & John Giovannone

Partners from Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP (CDF), a California-based employment defense law firm, will be joining us to address and discuss important new California-related legislation, key judicial decisions from 2019, and other developments those in the fitness and sports industry should know as we head into 2020. Topics will include AB5 and all the surrounding issues regarding independent contractor classification, along with other important changes for arbitration agreements, post-litigation settlement agreements, and many more. This presentation will not only address these developments, but it will also offer valuable suggestions to help sporting and fitness industry members comply with them to avoid costly litigation in the first place. If your sports or fitness company has locations in California, this is a must-attend education event! 

Key insights include the following industry specific review of:

  • Independent contractor designations in CA and how the industry can comply
  • How should the industry be using arbitration agreements and what the law says
  • What type of employers in the fitness and sports industry are required to have AEDs (defibrillators) and provide training
  • Transgender laws and how they apply to this industry
  • Many other critical legislative topics in the fitness and sports industry

For more information about SFIA and this webinar, click HERE.


Event Details

January 16, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific

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