Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Steven G. Pearl and Leonard H. Sansanowicz to Speak at Advanced Wage and Hour Seminar

Pearl Law Firm principal Steven G. Pearl and associate Leonard H. Sansanowicz will speak at the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA) Seventh Annual Advanced Wage and Hour Seminar: Navigating a Successful Class and Collective Action in a Changing Landscape.

Mr. Pearl will present "30 Cases in 30 Minutes: A Round-Up of the Last Year's Most Important Developments." Mr. Sansanowicz will moderate the panel discussion and will emcee the day-long seminar.

This full-day, advanced-level seminar will address numerous issues, including how to litigate multiple plaintiff actions economically, attorneys' fees issues, negotiating class action settlement agreements, evidence on class certification and at trial, plus a legislative update and review of the top 30 wage and hour cases of the last year.

Steven G. Pearl is a SuperLawyer™ mediator and attorney in Los Angeles, California. He focuses on wage and hour litigation, class actions, and unfair competition litigation.

Mr. Pearl is a co-author of California Wage and Hour Law and Litigation, published by Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) and has been selected to co-author Employee Rights Litigation: Pleading and Practice, published by the National Employment Lawyers Association and Matthew Bender. He authors the “California Wage and Hour Law Blog” (, the “Mediation and Negotiation Blog” (, and the “Wage and Hour and Class Action Update,” a monthly email newsletter with more than 800 subscribers.

Leonard H. Sansanowicz focuses his practice on wage and hour litigation, class actions, and unfair competition. Mr. Sansanowicz earned his law degree at Loyola Law School, where he served as a Senior Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review of Los Angeles, was a member of the nationally ranked Byrne Trial Advocacy competition team, and served as a board member of the Jewish Students Law Association, La Raza, and the Public Interest Law Foundation.

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