On Tuesday, October 10th, Lauren Teukolsky will appear on an MCLE webinar hosted by the California Lawyers Association (CLA). The program is titled, “PAGA Claims after Adolph v. Uber Technologies,” and will unpack how the California Supreme Court’s summer ruling in Adolph will affect claims under California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). Ms. Teukolsky will speak alongside Pascal Benyamini, a Labor and Employment partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP. Leonard H. Sansanowicz, founder of Sansanowicz Law Group, will moderate the discussion.
Ms. Teukolsky is a frequent speaker on employment law topics. In September Ms. Teukolsky was selected to moderate a session at CELA’s (California Employment Lawyer Association) 36th Annual Employment Law Conference. In the months prior to the conference, she discussed PAGA claims in a pair of webinars for the Alameda County Bar Association and Beverly Hills Bar Association. Her commentary on the effects of Adolph on PAGA claims was also recently featured in articles by Bloomberg Law and Law.com.
CLA is a nonprofit, voluntary bar association serving thousands of licensed attorneys throughout California. Its Labor and Employment Law Section serves as a networking and educational forum for California’s labor and employment lawyers and non-lawyers with an interest in the field.
The Tuesday program will begin at 12 pm PT. For information on how to attend the program, click here. To learn more about Ms. Teukolsky’s work, click here.
Lauren Teukolsky is the founder and owner of Teukolsky Law, A Professional Corporation.