• Free LightGabler Seminar: How Companies Can Survive the Brave New World of Privacy Laws

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    March 05, 2020
    Employment law firm LightGabler is presenting "Keeping Secrets: How Companies Can Survive the Brave New World of Privacy Laws." The seminar will be held twice: Tuesday, March 10, in Oxnard and Tuesday, March 24, in Simi Valley.
    New legal trends often start in California. In 2020, the state is an experimental laboratory for the next generation of privacy laws, and California companies are the white rats. California recently enacted the most stringent privacy protection laws in the United States. These laws require that companies preserve the secrecy of information about individuals – something just about everyone already knows. However, these laws add numerous new obligations.
    In this informative seminar for employers, supervisors and human resource professionals, employment law attorney Glenn J. Dickinson will discuss the likeliest sources of legal liability and how to avoid them.
    The Oxnard seminar will be held at the Oxnard Courtyard Marriott (600 East Esplanade Dr., Oxnard) and the Simi Valley seminar will take place at the Best Western Posada Royale Hotel (1775 Madera Rd., Simi Valley). Both seminars are from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
    A continental breakfast will be served. Attendance is limited to no more than three people per company. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance and can be made by going to http://www.lightgablerlaw.com and clicking on “Seminars.” For questions, call 805-248-7089.

    LightGabler is an employment law firm representing employers and their management. With attorneys in Camarillo and San Luis Obispo, the firm provides legal services throughout Central and Southern California in employment counsel, employment litigation on behalf of management, intellectual property and unfair competition. The firm is focused on keeping businesses working, growing and prospering. 805-248-7208, www.LightGablerLaw.com.

    Jody Toerner, Executive Director
    (805) 248-7208