If you work with business clients, you may be the first line of defense for employment law matters. In this course, you will learn how to help your clients prevent and handle potential employment law issues, including:
– An employer’s duty to prevent a hostile work environment.
– Types of damages in harassment and discrimination cases.
– How discrimination can be proven.
About the Instructor
Kyle Todd graduated from the University of Colorado, Denver in 2009, and earned his law degree from UCLA in 2012. He was admitted to practice in California that year, and since then has dedicated his legal career to advancing workers’ rights, whistleblowers’ rights, and the rights of victims of police misconduct.
At UCLA School of Law, Kyle received specializations in both Public Interest Law and Policy and Critical Race Studies. While studying at UCLA, he worked for a labor union, an immigrants’ rights organization, and various workers’ rights law firms. Shortly after graduating from UCLA, Kyle struck out on his own, forming the Law Offices of Kyle Todd (“LOKT”), located in downtown Los Angeles, California.