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On Burt's Breakfast Briefings

"When I worked for a major corporation, I took its large HR and Legal departments for granted.  Now, as a small business owner, I depend on Burt Boltuch’s January Breakfast Briefings  to keep me up to date on employment law developments and practical tips on how to keep my business in legal compliance.  The workshops are informal and Burt addresses questions as they arise.  I take liberal notes in his Briefing Binder and take that back to the office as an on-going reference."

Dan Walters
Copper Harbor Company, Inc.
ArtChemicals.com

The Firm provides off-site seminars and on-site training on keeping in compliance with California employment law and out of court.  Are you interested in attending a labor law presentation covering your rights under California state law as an employee or as an employer?  Issues that can be covered include wrongful termination, discrimination, wage and hour, and leaves of absence (Family Medical Leave Act and California Family Rights Act)

For more information on these or any other WorkPlace Law Seminars,
please contact bboltuch@workplacelaw.biz.
 

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2009 Selected Training and Presentations

“San Leandro Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Briefing: Annual State of Employment Law in California: 2009 Employment Law Update "
January 21, 2009
San Leandro California

"Breakfast Briefing: Annual State of Employment Law in California: 2009 Employment Law Update"
January 14, 2009
Oakland, California

2008 Selected Training and Presentations

“State of Employment Law in California : 2008 Update"
Asian Business Council
March 19, 2008
San Leandro, California

“Business Sucess Series: Annual State of Employment Law in California -
2008 Employment Law Update”

January 23, 2008
San Leandro, California

“Breakfast Briefing: Annual State of Employment Law in California -
2008 Employment Law Update”

January 11, 2008
Oakland, California

Past 2007 Selected Training and Presentations

"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation, Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face"
July 30, 2007
Oakland, California

"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation, Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face"
Council on Education in Management
June 6, 2007
Oakland, California

"Personnel Law Update - 2007"
Council on Education in Management
May 30 - 31, 2007
Pleasanton, California

"The Respectful Workplace: A Common Sense Approach to Prevent
Harassment in the Workplace"

March 13, 2007
San Leandro, California

“Business Success Series: Annual State of Employment Law in California - 2007”
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce
January 24, 2007
San Leandro, California

“Keep In Compliance and Out of Court in 2007”
Alameda County Employer Advisory Council
January 23, 2007
Hayward, California

“Breakfast Briefing: Annual State of Employment Law in California -
2007 Employment Law Update”

January 18, 2007
Oakland, California

2006 Selected Training and Presentations

"CA Update on the FMLA/CFRA/PDL/PFLA/WC and Other Related Leave Statutes"
November 28, 2006
Oakland, California

"Common Employment Minefields for the Franchisee"
Molly Maid, Inc., 2006 Regional Meeting
November 10, 2006
Las Vegas, Nevada

"Supervisor's Gude:
Maintaining a Respectful Workplace Free of Harassment,
Discrimination and Retaliation"

October 18, 2006
Oakland, California

"Employment Law Update 2006 -
New and Emerging Employment Challenges in 2006”

September 20-21, 2006
San Jose, California

"CA Update on the FMLA/CFRA/PDL/PFLA/WC and Other Related
Leave Statutes"

September 7, 2006
Walnut Creek, California

"WEBINAR -- Debunking Common FMLA Myths that
Get Employers in Hot Water"

August 3, 2006

"Employee, Tenant, or Independent Contractor -
How to Deal with Your On-Site Property Manager"

Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County
June 15, 2006
Oakland, California

"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation, Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face"
Council on Education in Management
May 3, 2006
Oakland, California

"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation,
Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face"

Council on Education in Management
April 11, 2006
Santa Clara, California

“Annual State of Employment Law in California: 2006 Employment Law Update”
Business Success Series
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce
January 25, 2006
San Leandro, California

"Employment Law Update. Learn the Most Effective Strategies to Stay in Compliance
and Out of Court in 2006”

January 18, 2006
Oakland, California

2005 Selected Training and Presentations

"Myths and Musts - Survival Skills for Managing Your Employees:
Ten of the Most Common Mine Fields"

Astra Women's Business Alliance
November 3, 2005
Oakland, California

"The Respectful WorkPlace - A Common Sense Approach to Prevent Harassment"
October 27, 2005
Oakland, California
   
"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation,
Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face"

Council on Education in Management
October 5-6, 2005
San Jose, California

"Critical Legal Issues in Conducting Workplace Investigations and
How to Minimize Your Liability Risks"

Council on Education in Management
August 3, 2005
Pleasanton, California

"Guard Your Wallet! – How to Safeguard Your Company from Liability for
Today's Wage and Hour Violations
"

Oakland Convention Center - Calvin Simmons Room
May 18, 2005 

“Certificate Program For HR Generalists,”
Council on Education in Management,
April 20, 2005
Sacramento, California

“Workshop on the FMLA/CFRA and Related Leave Laws,”
Council on Education in Management
April 14 and January 19, 2005
Oakland and Walnut Creek, California

"Stay In Compliance and Out of Court in 2005"
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce
January 26, 2005

San Leandro, California

“Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers’ Compensation, Kin Care and PFLA: Solutions for the Most Challenging Scenarios You Are Likely to Face,”
Council on Education in Management
April 13 and January 18, 2005
Oakland and Walnut Creek, California

“Annual State of Employment Law in California: 2005 Employment Law Update,”

Breakfast Briefing
January 12, 2005
Oakland, California

2004 Selected Training and Presentations

"Employee Handbooks - What You Should (and Shouldn't) Include"
East Bay Employer Advisory Council
November 18, 2004
Emeryville, California
  

"Untangling the Overlap of the FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDLA, Workers' Compensation,
Kin Care and PFLA"

Council on Education in Management
September 10 and March 30-31, 2004
Walnut Creek, California

"Paid Family Leave - Are You Ready?"
NHRA-Northern California Program
Tuesday, June 29, 2004

“Off the Record…” Employment Law Q & A
NHRA-Northern California Program
Tuesday, April 27, 2004

"You're Still Doing Business In California?"
Breakfast Briefing
February 4, 2004
Oakland, California

"Personnel Law Update 2004"
Council on Education in Management
January 28-29, 2004
Pleasanton, California

"Keep in Compliance and Out of Court in 2004 - The Laws They Have Changed Again"
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce
January 14, 2004
San Leandro, California

2003-02 Selected Lectures

2003 “Managing Employee Discipline, Discharge and Documentation in California”
Pleasanton, California
July 30, 2003

2003 “HR & The Law Conference”
Palm Springs, California,
March 27-28, 2003

2003 “The Laws They Are A-Changin’ (Again): Stay In Compliance in 2003”
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Briefing
January 29, 2003
San Leandro, California

2003 “California Legislation Affecting Employers in 2001”
Breakfast Briefing
January 15, 2003
Oakland, California

2002 “Advanced Employment Law Certification Forum, Council on Education Management", (Moderator and Speaker)
November 6, 2002

2002 “California Best Practices In FMLA/CFRA, ADA/FEHA, PDL and
Workers’ Compensation Administration”

Council on Education in Management
March 22, 2002

2002 “The Nuts and Bolts of the ADA/FEHA, FMLA/CFRA, PDL and Workers’ Compensation: Defining Employer Rights and Responsibilities Under State and Federal Disability
and Leave Laws”

Council on Education Management
March, 2002

2002 “Keeping in Compliance: Employment Laws - 2002 and Beyond!”
San Leandro Chamber of Commerce
January 30, 2002

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Selected Publications

Burts talking points

"Labor and Employment Law Update: Stay Out of Court and In
  Compliance In 2007"
 Rental Housing of Northern California, January 2007

Burts talking points “The Laws Are Changing Again, Part 2"
  San Leandro Business Journal, June 4, 2001
Burts talking points “Keeping In Compliance and Out of Court,”
  San Leandro Business Journal, April, 2001
Burts talking points “Are You Paying Your Employees to Work or to Surf?”
  San Leandro Business Journal, October, 2000
Burts talking points “New Wage Order Requirements,”
  San Leandro Business Journal, April-June, 2000
Burts talking points Co-author, “Age Discrimination: ADEA Plaintiff Need Not Show
  that Replacement Employee Was Outside Age Group Protected
  by ADEA for this Prima Facie Case,” Z
  California Business Law Reporter, July, 1996
Burts talking points “Workplace Closures and Company Reorganizations,”
  7 The Labor Lawyer 53, 1991
Burts talking points “Enforcement Procedures for Union Elections,”
  28 Alabama Law Review 243, Spring, 1977