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Working Together – The New Workplace After COVID-19
June 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Collaborative Event Organized by
the Armenian Bar Association and
the Armenian American Medical Society
Working Together –
The New Workplace After COVID-19
Please join us for these educational and dynamic exchanges of the latest information and hands-on knowledge by experts from the frontlines of the fight against this global pandemic.
Nancy P. Doumanian, Esq.
Michael W. M. Manoukian, Esq.
OPEN TO ALL
No registration required to participate in this educational activity.
Tuesday, June 16th | 7:00 PM PSD
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Questions are welcomed prior to the webinar at info@ArmenianBar.org
Nancy Doumanian has devoted her professional life to developing and applying the skills of a fierce civil trial attorney. Hard work and aggressive lawyering are elements essential to her success in representing employers and employees in workplace disputes, as well as in representing litigants in significant injury and wrongful death cases. Nancy’s law practice includes a unique blend of representing both plaintiff and defense clients. She represents plaintiff clients in significant employment law and personal injury litigated matters. Her present defense clients include municipalities, police departments, school districts, community college districts and universities. She has routinely prosecuted and defended civil cases involving labor and employment law issues, wage and hour, premises liability, dangerous conditions of public property, sexual molestation and child abuse, civil rights violations, excessive force by law enforcement, sexual harassment, race discrimination, disability discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, and general tort liability litigation. She manages her own law firm located in the heart of old town Pasadena. Nancy is licensed to practice in California, and routinely litigates matters in both State and Federal Courts throughout California. She is active in diverse legal organizations and is a passionate supporter of various community organizations.
Michael W. M. Manoukian
Michael W. M. Manoukian is an attorney at Hopkins & Carley and is on the Firm’s Employment & Labor Law team. Michael advises and represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment legal matters, including litigation, arbitration, and mediation. Michael focuses his practice on civil lawsuits and administrative proceedings involving allegations of: wrongful termination; employment discrimination; sexual harassment; retaliation; wage-and-hour issues; and breach of contract. Michael also provides day-to-day advice and counsel to clients in all areas of employment law including: employment contracts; employee handbooks and personnel policies; leaves of absence; reasonable accommodation; termination of employment and employee discipline; and wage-and-hour compliance. Prior to joining Hopkins & Carley, Michael was an Associate at Littler Mendelson P.C. Michael earned a Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2014; a Masters of Arts in Sport Management from University of San Francisco in 2009; and a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Sociology from the University of California, Davis in 2007.
Gerard Kassabian, Esq.
Vicken Sepilian, MD, FACOG
For attorneys to earn CLE credit, note the following.
- Licensed attorneys are eligible for obtaining CLE credit in states in which ArmenBar is an accredited CLE provider, including California.
- One (1) hour of participatory CLE credit is available for this program.
- Participants will have an opportunity both to view and participate in this program.
- The Record of Attendance, the Certificate of Attendance, and the evaluation forms (and information about how to return them) are available when you email us. You must sign and return the Record of Attendance in order to receive CLE credit.
- Written materials for this program are also available at the link provided immediately above (which will be available for at least 30 days after the date of the program).
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