Feb 06 | Speaking Engagement
Location: Buena Park, CA
You are invited to join Payne & Fears LLP and ADP for a co-hosted seminar for employers in the area who are interested in demonstrating compliance with California state laws.
Feb 03 | Firm News
Payne & Fears LLP (P&F) has elected three of its attorneys to the partnership. The New partners include Melissa Clark, David ("Dave") Grant, and Robert ("Bobby") Matsuishi.
Awards & Recognition
Jan 15 | Awards & Recognition
Payne & Fears LLP is pleased to announce that 10 of the firm's partners have been named as 2020 Southern California "Super Lawyers".
Jan 14 | Speaking Engagement
Location: Irvine, CA
Join Eric C. Sohlgren, a partner in the firm's Irvine office, as he covers new California laws: employee vs. independent contractor, expanded accommodations for nursing mothers at work, hairstyle discrimination, and restrictions on arbitration agreements.
Jan 13 | Speaking Engagement
Location: Irvine, CA
Please join Payne & Fears and the Orange County Bar Association's Labor & Employment Law Section for their January Meeting.
Jan 11 | Speaking Engagement
Location: Orange, CA
Join Amy R. Patton and co-panelist Darren J. Campbell of Aitken Campbell Keikaus Weaver, LLP as they discuss Current Developments in Employment Law as part of the Orange County Bar Association's MCLE Last Dash Seminar: A One Day Legal Education Marathon.
Jan 09 | Speaking Engagement
Location: Anaheim, CA
Join Eric C. Sohlgren, a partner in our firm's Irvine office, and Terri Olson, Founder/HR Consultant of HR Prescriptions, as they present critical details you need to know to protect your business or employer.
2019 | Sponsorship
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Join ACC, Mountain West Chapter and Payne & Fears for a lunch presentation that will educate attendees on legislative and case law updates that will impact employment law in Utah in 2020.
2019 | Webinar
This complimentary webinar will educate business owners, in-house counsel and human resources professionals on legislative and case law updates that will impact employment in California in 2020.