Thursday, September 28, 2023
Via Zoom ONLY at 12:00pm

WhatThe Current State of PAGA in California

Our speaker, Brett Greving will provide insight on the current state of PAGA in California. He will discuss the impact of the California Supreme Court’s Decision in Adolph v.  Uber Technologies, Inc.  and how this decision impacts the PAGA landscape moving forward.  

Who: Brett has more than 10 years of employment law experience, providing practical legal solutions for businesses in a heavily regulated employment environment and provides stout defense to employment lawsuits. Brett represents employers of all sizes in state and federal court litigation, handling class actions and individual matters with a particular focus on wage and hour class actions, Private Attorney General Act and Fair Labor Standards Act Collective actions, and trade secret lawsuits. He has experience handling hearings and proceedings before administrative agencies, including the California Labor Commissioner, FINRA, the EEOC, and the DFEH.

When: Canceled until further notice.

**Please start to log in to Zoom about five minutes before the start time **

If you want to pay by check, still, please register online first and send your check payable to SMCBA and note your name and this event. Please note that if you RSVP but do not “show up,” or cancel 48 hours in advance, you will still be charged the full amount for attending the event.  Note: MCLE certificates will be emailed to you once your presence is verified at the event.

Where: Your Computer via Zoom! All registrants will be provided with the link and meeting code one day prior to the event date.

Cost: $20 for Labor & Employment Section Members and $35 for non-section members. Cost includes 1.0-hour General Law MCLE credit.

Contact Info for this Event: For questions about this event, please email

Cancellations must be received at least 48 hours prior to the event for a full refund of the registration fee. If you do not cancel within 48 hours or do not show up to the event, you will be charged the full amount.