--- employment law
--- course production date: 3/18/2018
--- presented by KRISTINE EDNA KWONG

Title IX was passed to address gender discrimination in educational programs in schools and colleges. Since its passage, Title IX has evolved to include not just gender discrimination but sexual harassment, rape, and assaults. The law mandates educational institutions to respond promptly and appropriately.

In this presentation, learn when and how to respond to such complaints, who are "responsible employees" and how to respond. Learn remedial and proactive measures to prevent liability.

--- presented by KRISTINE EDNA KWONG

Kristine E. Kwong is partner in the Los Angeles office of Musick Peeler and Garrett, LLP. Her practice focuses on all aspects of business, employment and labor law, counseling, litigation, transactions, executive compensation and executive mobility matters.

Ms. Kwong represents both public and private sector entities in arbitration, hearings, EEOC, DFEH, NLRB, PERB, federal and state courts throughout the State of California.

Ms. Kwong's practice also includes the drafting and updating of policy manuals, codes of conduct, restrictive covenants, trade secret agreements and severance packages. She is also a contributing author to the CEB publication, Drafting Employment Documents for California Employers.

University of California, Riverside, B.A., 1989
McGeorge School of Law (University of the Pacific), J.D., 1992