Your Next Headache Could Be...Pay Equity, Class Actions, or Biometric Privacy?
Recorded On: 05/06/2022
This is the recording of the 2022 ASA Staffing Law Conference session: Your Next Headache Could Be...Pay Equity, Class Actions, or Biometric Privacy?
The answer is all three—and likely a few more legal topics that are just around the corner from disrupting your business operations. Join these employment law experts as they discuss the next big things to keep your eye on, including class action trends, updates to your arbitration agreements, biometric privacy and litigation trends, and other legal risks in a postpandemic world. Don’t miss this session with some of the nation’s top employment law experts who can help your firm anticipate and troubleshoot your next big legal challenge.
Geri L. Haight, Esq.
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC
Haight is a member in Mintz’s employment, labor, and benefits practice focusing on employment litigation, counseling, and compliance, as well as intellectual property and trade secret matters. She leverages extensive experience as an in-house attorney and trial lawyer and with a broad range of business and employment issues to advise clients across a variety of industries, including food and beverage, consumer products, retail, and technology. Haight’s work primarily involves both litigation and counseling on a broad spectrum of employment issues, including trade secret and intellectual property protection, the enforcement of noncompetition and nondisclosure agreements, independent contractor and employee classification, internal investigations, and compliance matters. In addition to her practice, Haight chairs the steering committee of the Mintz Women’s Initiative, an affinity group dedicated to supporting and enriching the lives and careers of the firm’s female attorneys.
Sarah Kroll-Rosenbaum, Esq.
Kroll-Rosenbaum is a trusted strategic advisor to her clients, with whom she collaborates closely to design and execute litigation strategies through the lens of their business priorities. Her team also assists clients in navigating various areas of intersecting legal compliance. In recent years, Kroll-Rosenbaum has led the defense of more than a dozen temporary health care staffing companies in class, collective, and representative actions attacking the industry’s business model. In these cases and others, she has argued extensively in California state and federal courts, including the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in federal courts across the country, and in arbitration.