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Anne Shaver to Speak at 35th Annual National Continuing Legal Education Conference

Anne Shaver to Speak at 35th Annual National Continuing Legal Education Conference

Lieff Cabraser partner Anne B. Shaver will be speaking at the 35th Annual National CLE Labor and Employment Conference from January 3-7, 2018 at the Vail Mountain Marriott Resort in Colorado. Ms. Shaver will be featured as a distinguished panelist, presenting on “Telecommuting as a Reasonable Accommodation” from 7:30-8:00am on Saturday, January 6.

Other topics of discussion at the conference will include: Sexual Orientation and Gender Discrimination: The Evolving Landscape, The Trump Administration’s Impact on Benefits: The Statutory and Regulatory Landscape, The Opioid Epidemic: The Interactive Process and Accommodations in the Workplace, Navigating Landmines During Workplace Investigations, and The Latest on Social Media Impact on Labor and Employment Issues.

View the full National CLE & Ski Conference agenda here.

Upholding Employee Rights

Lieff Cabraser has a strong tradition of fighting for employee rights across America. Our employment law class action cases challenge (a) discrimination based on employees’ race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability; (b) wage violations, including failure to pay overtime, break time, or vacation time; and (c) misuse of employees’ retirement benefits. We also represent employees who “blow the whistle” on wrongdoing by their employers as well as in other cases alleging violations of the law.

About Anne Shaver

Anne Shaver is a partner in Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office with a practice focusing on employment law cases. Anne has taken a leading role in gender class action lawsuits that challenge business practices and work cultures at some of the largest and most powerful companies in the world, including Google, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, and KPMG. Ms. Shaver’s passion for upholding worker rights has most recently been focused on gender discrimination “impact litigation,” where she represents clients seeking to alter core business practices in ways that transform not just individual companies, but entire industries.