On October 15, 2022, Natalia Ramirez Lee and Hunter Pyle presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA) in San Diego, California.
Natalia spoke on the panel entitled NAVIGATING DANGER POINTS IN YOUR CASE: When Not to Worry, and How to Embrace Difficult Facts. She focused her remarks on the importance of representing undocumented workers and the challenges raised in such cases.
Hunter was one of two attorneys who presented THE YEAR IN REVIEW (Wage and Hour). (His partner on the panel was the incomparable Jennifer Kramer.)
Both Natalia and Hunter are proud CELA members and were honored to be part of this year’s conference.
CELA exists to protect and expand the legal rights and opportunities of all California workers and to strengthen the community of lawyers who represent them. It accomplishes this through education and advocacy for worker justice. CELA is a statewide organization of over 1,200 California attorneys who devote the major portion of their practices to representing employees in individual employment cases and class actions, including cases involving unpaid wages, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblowing. For decades, CELA has filed briefs and argued as amicus curiae before the California Supreme Court in many landmark employment law cases. CELA’s members have represented hundreds of thousands of workers in state and federal courts throughout California.