MCLE Training: Navigating Work in the “Gig” Economy

November 20, 2017
5:30pm - 7:00pm
San Francisco Bar Association Board Room

Navigating Work in the “Gig” Economy and its Impact on People Living with HIV


Sponsored by the State Bar’s Labor & Employment Law Section

  • Monday, November 20, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
  • Presented by Lakeisha Poole, Esq. – LKP Legal Services
  • Bar Association of San Francisco – 301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor, Board Room, San Francisco, CA 94111
  • 1.5 General CLE Credits
  • Overview: Learn how to navigate the ins and outs of employment law in response to the modern “Gig” economy. The “Gig” economy encompasses the current wave of short-term work and independent contractors, such as Uber and Lyft drivers. It also addresses the needs of part-time workers, specifically those living with a disability like HIV, who cannot work full time or are struggling to return to work. This training will discuss the current landscape of employment law in this independent, tech era.

 

This is a free training open to all attorneys, paralegals, law students, and those interested in the legal field. We hope to see you there!

To sign up e-mail MCLE@ALRP.ORG

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