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The Realities of Re-Opening

Thursday, July 23, 2020

10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Individual Members: Free to Attend
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As nonprofits navigate the realities of re-opening after Covid-19 shutdowns, join employment lawyer Jonathan Light of LightGabler in Camarillo as he shares his California specific guidance for nonprofits in respect to the regional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Discussion will focus on re-opening pitfalls and considerations, with a special emphasis on payment restructure and legally compliant layoff decisions.

Special thanks to our promotional partners:  the Nonprofit Resource Network (NPRN), the Ventura County Community Foundation, the Santa Barbara Foundation, the Fund for Santa Barbara, Just Communities, Leading from Within Visionality.

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Jon Light

Jonathan Fraser Light, managing attorney at LightGabler,has more than 30 years of experience in the field of employment law. He is AV­ rated by Martindale Hubbell and has been named as one of Southern California's "Super Lawyers" for 15 years. Mr. Light and his team members consult with over 1,500 companies throughout California in the private and public sector on their day-to-day employment law needs. He offers employment counsel and training programs to companies of all sizes to reduce liability and protect against lawsuits.

Mr. Light frequently speaks to employer and human resources groups on topics such as avoiding sexual harassment claims, wage and hour issues, business and employment law pitfalls, diversity in the workplace, supervisor strategies, employment law updates, and preparing employee handbooks.

He is the author of the nationally acclaimed and award-winning book, The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball, Second Edition, published in 2005. Mr. Light is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review. He graduated magna cum laude in history from UCLA, and is a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. For additional background information, go to