Hunter will present on California’s Private Attorneys General Act (“PAGA”) at Bridgeport’s annual wage and hour conference on December 10, 2021. Among other things, he will address the recent victory in the case of Uribe v. Crown Building Maintenance Co. See https://hunterpylelaw.com/2021/10/a-win-for-workers-in-the-fourth-district-court-of-appeal/
Hunter Pyle will be helping to teach the Civil Trial section of the Stanford Law School 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop again this fall. Mr. Pyle will be assisting with the Civil Trial portion of the Workshop, at which second and third year law students present their cases to a judge and mock jury.
Hunter Pyle will again be teaching a seven week California Wage and Hour class to second and third year law students at Berkeley Law School in the Spring of 2022. The course will cover current issues and trends in wage and hour law, with an emphasis on preparing the students
Attorneys Hunter Pyle and Natalia Ramirez Lee are proud to represent Warren LeGarie in the case of LeGarie v. Nurse.
On May 25, 2021, Jake Darin presented as part of the Alameda County Bar Association’s CLE, “COVID-19 in the Workplace: Managing in the New Normal.” The CLE covered current Cal-OSHA regulations related to COVID-19 and was facilitated by Chris Noma, of Wendel Rosen LLP. Tierra Piens, an attorney at Orrick, presented the defense perspective; and the latest science was presented by Environmental Consultant Mike Posson.
The CLE was recorded and is available for viewing on the County Bar’s online portal at: https://acbanet.prolearn.io/.
This CLE webinar will advise employment counsel on claims under California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). The panel will discuss the reach and limitations of representative claims brought under PAGA, including: violations giving rise to PAGA claims, an employee’s standing and representative capacity under PAGA, the limited effect of arbitration agreements, the relationship between PAGA and class claims, potential defenses, and civil penalty exposure. The panel will also address best practices for preventing, defending, and resolving PAGA claims.
On June 12, 2021, Hunter was elected as a Fellow by the Governors of the College of Employment and Labor Law. Election as a Fellow is limited to those attorneys who have distinguished themselves as outstanding professionals who have made a sustained contribution to the field of employment and labor law, and who meet the College’s standards of integrity, professionalism, and character.
Hunter was honored to have been nominated to the College by his friend and mentor, David Borgen, who is currently serving as President of the College.
Hunter Pyle to present at Advanced Wage and Hour Conference in May 2021
Hunter Pyle will present at the California Employment Lawyers 17th Annual Advanced Wage & Hour Series on May 19, 2021. Hunter and Jennifer Kramer of Hennig, Kramer, Ruiz & Singh will handle the annual wage and hour case update. This is Jennifer and Hunter’s second year presenting this panel.
Other speakers on the panel include Mariko Yoshihara, CELA Legislative Counsel & Policy Director and Ken Wang, CELA Legislative Policy Associate. Mariko and Ken will cover the 2021 legislative update.
Hunter Pyle will be teaching a seven week California Wage and Hour class to second and third year law students at Berkeley Law School in the Spring of 2021. The course will cover current issues and trends in wage and hour law, with an emphasis on preparing the students
On October 9, 2020, Hunter Pyle will speak at Bridgeport’s annual Wage and Hour Update Conference. Hunter will join Tim Long of Greenbreg Traurig on the panel discussing wage and hour cases in 2020: Key Updates.