Section Labor and Employment Law


The Employment and Labor Law Section is comprised of a diverse group of members of the Employment Law community. The section provides a forum and offers continuing legal education (CLE) programs for neutrals and management, and labor and employee attorneys to meet and discuss current developments affecting their practices.

Section Chairs

Cara F. Barrick
415 536 3424
cara.barrick@ogletree.com

Jenny Schwartz
415 638 8800
jschwartz@outtengolden.com

Tue | Jun 14

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Labor and Employment Law
1.0 CLE | General
Pro Bono
Apr 20, 2022
By Patricia Medina, Chairperson MCBA Pro Bono Committee

The Lawyers in the Library program will be having a special session on Saturday, May 14, and we need volunteers for 2 hour shifts to assist Marin community members via Zoom.

Marin Superior Court Accepting eDelivery
Apr 13, 2022

Effective April 13, 2022, eDelivery, a service that will allow for the electronic submission of filing documents for Civil, Family, Probate, and Small Claims will be available on the Court’s website at http://www.marincourt.org/edelivery.htm. eDelivery is not mandatory, and also does not replace the Court’s future goal of implementing eFiling. The Court is in the process of updating its case management system which is a requirement for implementing eFiling. Please see Local Rule 1.51 and Emergency Local Rule 22.01 which govern the use of eDelivery.

New Administrative Orders and Local Rules Proposed
Apr 04, 2022
By Court Executive

New Administrative Orders posted

Celebration of Life for Judge Richard H. Breiner
Mar 02, 2022
By Gary T. Ragghianti

A Celebration of Life honoring the Honorable Richard H. Breiner will be held on Friday, May 27, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at the Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium at the Marin County Civic Center. We all lost a simply remarkable and iconic leader, lawyer, and judge when Richard H. Breiner died on February 26, 2022, at his home in San Rafael. He was 87 years old.

Dec 03, 2021
By Jenny Schwartz and Menaka Fernando

Labor and employment law in California has been evolving rapidly in recent years. While perhaps not quite as momentous as some recent years, 2021 saw much legislative activity. Read a summary of the most significant legislation as well as significant legislation that either did not pass or that Governor Newsom vetoed since variations of these laws could still be on the horizon for future passage.

Dec 03, 2021
By Joel Gumbiner

It is an exciting time of the year for “new law” buffs. As always, California’s new laws are a mix of added protections for workers, consumers, citizens in general and the press. Some of these new laws may start trends across the country. What’s the saying? “As California goes, so goes the nation.”