General Law

Immigration/Employment Crossover Issues

Discussion Will Include:
~ Changes in the nature of immigration enforcement against employers and employees in the Trump era.
~ Changes in the application of I9 rules and regulations.
~ Effect of changes in Deportation policy on employers and their employees.
~ A discussion of changes and trends in the application of immigration law under the Trump Administration that may affect employers and employees.
~ How to apply for a law enforcement certificate form to obtain a U visa for an employee victim of crime in the workplace.

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Christopher A. Kerosky
Kerosky, Purves & Bogue, LLP

Mr. Kerosky is the founder and principal of the law firm, Kerosky Purves & Bogue, with offices located in San Francisco, Napa, Santa Rosa, Ukiah, Sacramento, Walnut Creek and San Jose. Mr. Kerosky is a graduate of UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law and a former trial lawyer for the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C. He writes a legal column for the bilingual newspaper La Voz, as well as other ethnic newspapers. Mr. Kerosky is also a member of the Sonoma County Human Rights Commission. He serves as Honorary Consul for the Republic of Poland and his office operates as the Consulate of Poland in San Francisco.

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Judy McCann
Law Office of Judy McCann

Ms. McCann works in a solo law practice in Santa Rosa. She has over 30 years of experience providing legal representation to employees in discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour lawsuits. Ms. McCann’s practice includes the processing of U Visa certifications with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and other government agencies for her immigrant clients who are victims of crimes, including sexual assault or other violent crimes suffered while at work.

Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018

Time: Check-In: 11:45 am; Presentation: 12:00—1:00 pm

Presenter(s):
Christopher A. Kerosky, Kerosky, Purves & Bogue, LLP
Judy McCann, Law Office of Judy McCann

MCLE: 1.0 Unit Participatory Credit in General Law.

Place: SCBA Office, 111 Santa Rosa Ave., Ste. 222, Santa Rosa, CA 95404.
Parking for this seminar is ONLY available in the Public Parking Garage at 555 First Street. Do not park in the parking lot at 111 Santa Rosa Avenue.

Registration Fee: $60–SCBA Members; $75–Public;

Student: $20 (The student discount is now available online for SCBA Student Members. Students who are not members of SCBA may utilize the student discount by downloading the registration form and submitting it with proof of current enrollment to the SCBA Offices. For more information on becoming a member of SCBA, please contact Susan Demers at (707) 542-1190 ext. 18.)

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