KohSweeney to Speak at ACI Wage & Hour Claims & Class ActionsJanuary 26, 2017
O’Melveny partner Adam KohSweeney will speak at American Conference Institute’s 29th National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims & Class Actions in Miami on January 26, 2017.
KohSweeney will present “The Latest Developments in Equal Pay/Fair Wage Matters: Staying Ahead of the Curve on This Hot Button Issue and Mitigating Your Litigations Risks.” The discussion will cover:
- Examining the recently ramped up pay equity laws enacted across the various states
- An overview of the most notable recent pay equity litigation
- New pay equity rules issued for federal contractors
- Evaluating exposure to claims of compensation discrimination and tips for equal pay compliance
- Strategies for mitigating risk of compensation discrimination
Based in the firm’s San Francisco office, KohSweeney works on matters involving an array of labor and employment-related issues under federal and state law. He represents and counsels a variety of employers, including companies in the financial services, hospitality, airline, and construction industries.
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