Liebert Cassidy Whitmore is proud to assist California's public employers in the following areas:
Liebert Cassidy Whitmore is proud to assist private schools, colleges, and universities, in the following areas:
Attorneys from our Los Angeles office provide assistance to Firm's clients located in Southern California.
6033 W. Century Blvd. 5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Our largest Northern California office is located in San Francisco.
135 Main Street. 7th Floor.
San Francisco, СА 94105
Attorneys from our Fresno office, successfully serve our clients in the Central Valley region of California.
5250 N. Palm Avenue. Suite 310
Fresno, CA 93704
Our San Diego attorneys represent LCW's clients in a wide spectrum of Labor, Employment, and Educational law matters.
550 West C Street Suite 620
San Diego, CA 92101
Attorneys in the Sacramento office of LCW work with our clients in Northern California.
400 Capitol Mall Suite 1260
Sacramento, CA 95814
LCW attorneys conduct over 800 presentations throughout a year. Explore our calendar to find one near you.Learn more
An ERC is a number of local agencies (cities, counties and special districts), or school and community college districts, in a geographic area joining together for the purpose of securing quality employment relations training, consultation and informational services on a very economical basis. Currently, there are close to 800 cities, counties, special districts, school districts, community college districts, universities, private and independents schools, and other agencies involved with Liebert Cassidy Whitmore's 35 consortiums.
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Throughout the year, we host a number of seminars and webinars on a variety of pressing legal topics. These presentations are designed to help our clients stay informed of the constant changes in law and be better prepared for any potential impact that may come their way.Learn more
Liebert Cassidy Whitmore offers speaking services and customized seminars and workshops for conferences and symposiums. Our attorneys frequently present and facilitate workshops at major conferences and for a variety of organizations.Learn more
Our customized training programs can help improve workplace performance and reduce exposure to liability and costly litigation. Whether a half-day workshop for top-level managers and supervisors or a series of full-day workshops for all employees, our expert trainers can create effective workshops specifically for your organization.
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Our Annual Public Sector Employment Law conference is a 3-day event that provides all attendee with an opportunity to stay up-to-date with legal developments, as well as network with fellow public-sector professionals.Learn more
Throughout the year, we host a number of webinars on a variety of important legal topics. If you missed any of our live presentations, you can catch-up by viewing recordings of those trainings.Learn more
Developing positive partnerships and leadership excellence for labor relations professionals.
The LCW Labor Relations Certification program is designed to provide labor relations practitioners education combined with practical hands-on experience in a variety of core areas. Each workshop includes both traditional training and interactive simulations to develop skills helpful to labor relations professionals. The sessions provide a “deep dive” into each area and offer successful tips and strategies that we use when working with clients.
Participate in the live seminars listed below and receive a certificate of completion for each completed course.
Complete 7 out of 7 workshops (in any order) and receive the official LCW Labor Relations Certification.
We invite you to visit our News Section that hosts our extensive library of newsletters, blog posts, and Special Bulletins. All of these resources provide detailed coverage and analysis of the recent legal trends and developments.
Through our experience, we know that one of the most effective ways to reduce liability for an employer is to give managers the tools needed to understand and implement best practices. This occurs through training and practical reference material.
We use these materials to conduct hundreds of presentations throughout the year and constantly update them to make sure that they take into account all of the latest legal developments and practical applications.
At LCW, we are not solely lawyers. Rather we work with clients to help them avoid legal problems in the first instance. When legal issues do arise, our attorneys explore practical alternatives to best serve the client's goals. The success of this approach to counseling is reflected by the fact that 74% of California's cities, 90% of California counties, 90% of California's community college districts, as well as numerous special districts, public and private educational institutions, as well as non-profit turn to LCW for advice and counsel.About Us
At LCW, we pride ourselves in being a California Law firm for California’s employers. With five offices across the state, we are always close by.Our locations
At Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, we are always on the look-out for talented, motivated attorneys to join our thriving practice. If you have a high degree of interest in serving our public agency clientele, send your resume and cover letter.Careers
Liebert Cassidy Whitmore believes that the best technology is technology that delivers uncompromising service and value to our clients. The right technology responds to the needs of our practice while maintaining the security and high-availability of key information. We continually invest in the latest developments in legal technology to improve internal efficiencies and reduce client costs.Technology
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LCW attorneys conduct over 800 presentations throughout a year. Explore our calendar to find one near you.
The United States Court of Federal Claims (a court with nationwide jurisdiction hearing specialized claims against the federal government) recently held that a group of certified canine handlers were not entitled to compensation for time spent training to become certified canine instructors.